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John Swinney has announced the proposed rates and bands for the land and buildings transaction tax as part of the Scottish Draft Budget for 2015–16.
This guide provides sound, practical advice on the relevant laws and regulations for foreign companies looking to invest in Australia.
Australia offers a platform that allows new foreign investors to embrace the globalisation of real-estate capital with confidence.
In this edition, DLA Piper focuses on infrastructure and its importance to the real-estate industry and real-estate development around the world.
In the past three years, Myanmar has been enjoying a hotel boom, driven by surging tourist arrivals as the country opens up to economic and political reforms.
DLA Piper has released Issue 15 of its Real Estate Gazette, which focuses on the topic of sustainability.
Real estate has a lifecycle from site identification, through planning, development funding and construction, to occupation, use and eventual sale.
We asked people across the European real-estate industry a series of questions about trends in sustainability, green certification and documentation.
Summer is finally here and with it comes the latest edition of Minerals Matters. In this edition, DLA Piper has covered a wider range of topics than ever before.
DLA Piper recently provided an update on the decision of Rainbow Shores P/L v Gympie Regional Council & Ors. This latest update considers the implications for organisations if they make the same mistake.
After 35 days of hearing, the Queensland Planning and Environment Court has delivered its most significant climate change adaptation decision yet.
From 30 May, owners of under-utilised properties will have more opportunity to secure tenants, while those looking to dispose of their interests may have access to a wider market of prospective purchasers.