Archive for the ‘Maitland Commercial Property’ Category

The Hunter Region Needs Change !

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Over the past few months some of Newcastle and the Hunters’ high profile individuals have been copping a pizzling by the media. A lot of this is just cyber bullying in the name of freedom of the press. Why then are we surprised to hear of kids being cyber bullied in the playground when from the time the News starts through to the current affairs programs they … Read the full post »

Retail Shop – Turns Commercial Office

Fruit and veg (Small)After 50 years of sales the Tenambit Fruit and Vege Shop recently sold under the hammer at auction.

This marked the end of an era for fruit and vege sales, in this strip shopping centre that serviced the local community of Tenambit near Maitland.  This was the only use the building had known since it was built by … Read the full post »

Maitland's City Centre Revitalisation Gaining Momentum

Housing development in Central Maitland has been given a boost with the signing off on the funding agreement detailing the terms of its $11.3 million grant from the Federal Governments ‘Building better Regional Cities’ (BBRC) program.

Part of the funding will be used to upgrade Athel D’Ombrain Drive to help stimulate housing development in Central Maitland.  The upgrade will provide … Read the full post »

Protecting You IP

This month sees a slight down turn in the commercial property enquiry with enquiry rates dropping marginally.  And yes – everyone is looking west, up the Hunter Valley to find the reason.

The reaction of the major coal companies is interesting to say the least – jettisoning staff and bringing in house commercial and industrial services they have been out sourcing, until now!

Considering (2014) will see a … Read the full post »

Maitland’s Demand for Commercial and Retail Space is on the Rise!

Commercial Space enquiry is on the increase following Maitland Council move to open the Heritage Mall to vehicle traffic. These are positive signs for businesses occupying Retail Space as they will capitalise on the increased exposure opening the mall will have on their businesses.

Good progress is being made with the council appointing an urban designer who, after many workshops … Read the full post »