The end of the financial year is upon us and what an exciting year it’s been for Bennett + Bennett. I take this moment to thank all the people we have had the opportunity to work and connect with and our fantastic team for their contributions made this financial year.
Announcing Our New Business Partners
We have the pleasure of announcing four new Partners who join the Bennett + Bennett management team commencing on 1st July. The new Partners are;
- Robert McCabe – Partner/Cadastral Manager (Brisbane Office)
- Liam Thierens – Partner/Spatial Capability Manager (Sunshine Coast office)
- Rod Cox – Partner/Project Manager (Gold Coast office)
- Matt Strahley – Partner/Infrastructure Capability Manager (Brisbane Office)
We congratulate our new partners for their wonderful achievement and for the dedication they’ve show to our company.
I, along with the current business owners, look forward to working with them to continue the Bennett + Bennett legacy.
(Pictured L-R: Robert McCabe, Liam Thierens, Rod Cox, Matt Strahley)
This financial year brought about many opportunities across all our regions; some highlight projects being:
There are a number of fantastic projects commencing in the near future in SEQ, particularly in Brisbane. Over the next 6 months, we’ll see the early signs of structures being built at Queen’s Wharf and tunnel boring machines making their way towards the city from Wolloongabba on the Cross River Rail project. The Brisbane Metro will also be very close to commencing and these projects will be the catalyst for further development in and around Brisbane city. Opportunities will present for developers to be involved in emerging areas around these projects, particularly in the Wolloongabba and Roma Street areas.
We also see a number of substantial infrastructure projects planned for the Gold and Sunshine Coasts including the light rail systems in both these regions, the Gold Coast Ocean Terminal project and the Beerburrum to Landsborough Rail Duplication project. These projects are essential to the continued growth of the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast regions and we encourage all levels of government to commit to these in SEQ City Deal considerations.
With the recent Federal election out of the way, we’re starting to see a renewed confidence emerge in the property development sector in SEQ and we’ve very busy fielding enquiries for our Development Site Study and Town Planning Services.
If you’re looking for your next development site, then please talk to us about these services.
— Mark Billsborough, Managing Director —
If you require any assistance on your development or infrastructure projects, please don’t hesitate to call (07) 5631 8000 or send an online enquiry.