Why would commercial property owners be advocates for a long-term lease of the State’s electricity transmission network?

At its core, the property industry comprises patient investors in assets that provide a stable income stream for millions of Australians with superannuation.

It means we invest in cities for the long-haul – through the commercial office towers, shopping centres and industrial portfolios that anchor economic activity.

But our exposure also gives us an inherent interest in seeing cities thrive and prosper, as well as understanding what makes them dynamic places to invest, work and live.

For Sydney, there are few bigger challenges than overcoming the lag on infrastructure spending that has bedevilled us for a decade or more.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/business/property/hot-property-leasing-assets-releases-sydneys-potential-20141023-119vhf.html#ixzz3H4ERWEFp


DISCLAIMER: This disclaimer is a requirement of the Securities Industry Legislation Act. The writer of this article is not a practicing lawyer or financier. The information, statements and opinions expressed are intended only as a guide as to some of the important considerations to be taken into account relating to property investment. I strongly suggest that you consult with licensed professionals such as accountants, Lawyers, Valuers, Development Consultants, Quantity Surveyors and others, BEFORE signing any contracts or other binding documents.

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