Stan Zaslavsky

And just like that, we are in the last 90 days in the lead up to finish off 2020. We are finally starting to see a bit of a resurgence in activity from Victorian developers as property inspections are finally allowed, whilst other states are seemingly working their way back to normality.

From what I can see, developers are gearing up to work through the holiday period ahead to ensure 2021 is a year to rebuild what’s been lost during the hiatus of this year so far.

It was interesting to visit the Adelaide central market on the weekend and see plenty of activity, yet stall holders who are not allowed to provide samples are struggling to create the same level of buzz as what was possible before. It’s just another sign that to change the ways of a business is quite tricky. Innovation in everything we do – has to be the key going forward into 2021.

And to ensure that we’re here for the long haul – in the second episode in the video series on Wealth Transfer in the Times of Crisis – we talk about exactly this – personal wellbeing and longevity. Check it out here: Part 2: Longevity.

We completed a number of large projects last month most significant of which is a planned rezoning of a 70,000 sqm automotive factory to a commercial estate development. The others were a set of images for a proposed winery and wellness centre on the Mornington Peninsula and a proposed medium-rise apartment application in Portarlington. Work is well underway to completing the interactive masterplan for a large land estate in NSW and hopefully, we’ll be able to feature it shortly.

As always I look forward to your thoughts and questions and all the best for the month ahead,

To your development success,


Stan Zaslavsky.

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