Tagged: Lend Lease

Sri Lanka raises tax stakes on Packer

James Packer‘s Crown group faces a new set of hurdles in his quest to open a $US400 ($457) million casino in Sri Lanka after threats by the country’s president that new gaming levies will...

Lend Lease upbeat about growth

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Lend Lease upbeat about growth

By Mitchell Neems Chief executive Steve McCann told shareholders at the group’s annual general meeting the group remains very confident of its outlook, with a development pipeline of around $38 billion, a $16bn construction revenue backlog and more...

Costello defends Future Fund tax bill

But Mr Costello said the fund was "typically entitled to sovereign immunity when it invests overseas". "In the vast bulk of its investments offshore, the Future Fund‘s sovereign immunity is recognised, just as Australia recognises...

Packer casino delayed in Sydney

By Staff Reporter A payment disagreement between James Packer’s Sydney casino partner Lend Lease and the New South Wales government has delayed the controversial Barangaroo development, The Australian Financial Review reports. According to the...

Lend Lease confirms US expansion

By Michael Roddan The Sydney-based property development group told investors today it will increase the volume of US development projects, with a focus on residential, office and mixed used sectors in major cities, anticipating...

Lend Lease plans US expansion

By Sarah Danckert - The Australian Read more here: Business Spectator     

Lend Lease top local builder: survey

By Kylar Loussikian - The Australian But the survey found that work in the year increased by just 0. 2 per cent, and made a “negligible contribution: to GDP growth, “in sharp contrast to...

Lend Lease top local builder: survey

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