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Land in demand at North Shore

first_imgAndrew Astorquia, Stockland North Shore Project Director, pictured inside the sales office. Picture: Shae Beplate.NORTH Shore has released new land to the market as demand for homes in the masterplanned community continues.Following the recent Pasco release selling out they have now offered more land to buyers in their Tilbrook release.There is land from 560sq m to 684sq m with wide frontages starting at $165,000.Stockland is also trying to make it more affordable to build a home rather than buy by offering $10,000 off all residential lots across their Queensland communities until March 3.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020At North Shore there is also help available with the construction process, with up to $5000 available in bonuses from a selection of Stockland’s building partners including kitchen upgrades, solar packages, automation systems and landscaping.The builders at North Shore have also teamed up with Stockland to offer up to $15,000 in building bonuses and discounts on land to help sweeten the deal for new homebuyers. Stockland North Shore project director Andrew Astorquia said the savings would make buying a new home even more affordable for a full spectrum of customers, from first home buyers to families and downsizers.“Our communities are known for their value for money, focus on health and wellbeing and access to amenities including shops, schools, medical services, playgrounds and parks and transport and employment hubs,” he said.“We are pleased to offer homebuyers even more value with our Home Sweeter Home campaign including a saving of $10,000 off all North Shore lots plus a range of bonuses from participating builders.“The builder bonuses offer fantastic savings across a range of areas including kitchen upgrades, appliance discounts and fencing.”Eligible buyers can also gain the State Government’s first homeowners $15,000 grant.last_img read more

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New natural gas plants will have to pay carbon tax on all emissions

first_imgThe federal government is increasing the carbon tax on new natural-gas plants to discourage power companies from building them.The change is part of final regulations for the government’s carbon-tax system for big industrial greenhouse-gas emitters, which are being released this week.The system affects businesses that produce more than 50,000 tonnes of greenhouse gases a year.- Advertisement -It is designed to limit impacts on competitiveness for major industrial emitters, who will pay the carbon tax on a portion of what they emit rather than on all the fuels that they use.The emission standard set for natural-gas power plants originally meant that new ones would likely never pay any carbon tax, which was a disincentive for power companies to turn to renewable-energy sources instead of gas.The change made this week means new natural-gas plants will have their emissions standard toughened each year after 2021, until in 2030 they will pay the carbon price on every ounce of their emissions.Advertisementlast_img read more

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