OUR TEAM

Christian Payne

Christian Payne

Director - General Manager  

Phone: 95440000

Nerrida Payne

Nerrida Payne

Director - Financial Controller 

Phone: 9544 0000

Sid Payne

Sid Payne

Director 

Phone: 9544 0000

Judy Payne

Judy Payne

Director 

Phone: 9544 0000

Ryan Clark

Ryan Clark

Operations Manager  

Phone: 9544 0000

Helena  Pipic

Helena Pipic

Residential Sales & Marketing - 0499 480 444  

Phone: 9544 0000

Lexene David

Lexene David

Commercial Sales & Leasing Manager  

Phone: 9544 0000

Bret Ransley

Bret Ransley

Residential Property Manager  

Phone: 9544 0000

Kirsten Saxby

Kirsten Saxby

Front of House & Sales Administration  

Phone: 9544 0000

Lesley  Mckevett

Lesley Mckevett

Company Accounts  

Phone: 9544 0000

Matilda Garling

Matilda Garling

Residential Property Officer  

Phone: 9544 0000

Jack Molloy

Jack Molloy

Residential Sales Co-ordinator 

Phone: 9544 0000

LONG AWAITED GROWTH WITHIN THE AUSTRALIAN RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY.

Monday 20 Jan 2014 - by AAP

The long-hoped-for recovery in Australia's residential construction sector may finally be underway, with low interest rates driving the fastest rate of expansion in new home building since 2005.

Strong growth in house building has helped drive the broader construction sector to its third consecutive month of expansion in December, after several years of decline.

According to Australian Industry Group (Ai) figures, there were also solid gains from the commercial construction and apartment building sub-sectors during the month.

Growth across the entire sector was a little slower than in the previous two months but Ai Group public policy director Dr Peter Burn said the figures were good news after a long period of weakness.

He said low interest rates were finally having a positive impact on residential and commercial construction.

"Low interest rates are clearly having their long-awaited impact," he said.

Dr Burn said the figures suggested 2014 would be a better year for the construction industry.

"The continued growth of new orders means that builders and the manufacturing and service industries that are linked to the commercial and residential construction sectors - can look forward to 2014 with a greater degree of confidence than prevailed only a few months ago," he said.

The Ai Group's Performance of Construction Index fell 4.4 points to 50.8 in December, putting it in mildly positive territory, while the house building sub-sector rose 1.5 points to 63.5.

A reading of above 50 indicates the sector is expanding and the greater the reading above that level the faster the rate of expansion.

« BACK