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first_imgCon motivo del fallecimiento del Comandante en Jefe de la Revolución Cubana, Fidel Castro Ruz, el Consejo de Estado de la República de Cuba declara nueve días de Duelo Nacional, a partir de las 06:00 horas del 26 de noviembre hasta las 12:00 horas del 4 de diciembre de 2016.Durante la vigencia del Duelo Nacional cesarán las actividades y espectáculos públicos, ondeará la enseña nacional a media asta en los edificios públicos y establecimientos militares. La radio y la televisión mantendrán una programación informativa, patriótica e histórica.Consejo de Estado de la República de CubaNota de Prensa de la Comisión OrganizadoraLa Comisión Organizadora del Comité Central del Partido, el Estado y el Gobierno para las honras fúnebres del Comandante en Jefe Fidel Castro Ruz, informa a la población que a partir del 28 de noviembre, desde las 09:00 hasta las 22:00 horas, en el Memorial “José Martí”, la población de la capital podrá acudir a rendirle merecido homenaje a su líder, el cual se extenderá hasta el 29 de noviembre en el horario comprendido entre las 09:00 y las 12:00 horas.Los días 28 y el 29 de noviembre, entre las 09:00 y las 22:00 horas, en los lugares que se informarán oportunamente en cada localidad, incluida la capital, todos los cubanos tendremos la posibilidad de rendir homenaje y firmar el solemne juramento de cumplir el concepto de Revolución, expresado por nuestro líder histórico el primero de mayo del 2000, como expresión de la voluntad de dar continuidad a sus ideas y a nuestro socialismo.El día 29 de noviembre, a las 19:00 horas, se realizará un acto de masas en la Plaza de la Revolución “José Martí” de la capital.Al día siguiente se iniciará el traslado de sus cenizas por el itinerario que rememora La Caravana de la Libertad en enero de 1959, hasta la provincia de Santiago de Cuba, concluyendo el día 3 de diciembre.Este propio día, a las 19:00 horas, se realizará un acto de masas en la Plaza “Antonio Maceo”.La ceremonia de inhumación se efectuará a las 07:00 horas del día 4 de diciembre en el cementerio de “Santa Ifigenia”.Igualmente se informa a nuestro pueblo que la Revista Militar y marcha del pueblo combatiente por el 60 aniversario del desembarco de los expedicionarios del yate Granma, día de las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias, se pospone para el 2 de enero de 2017.Comisión OrganizadoraFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Cost of Brisbane land lots fall 14pc as blocks shrink across the capital

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first_img6 & 8 Nabeel Place, Calamvale, was part of a 1,400sq m site that was split and re-split to see the development land gross profit of $500,000.THE cost of residential land in Brisbane fell a massive 14 per cent last year with lots on the Gold Coast now more expensive than the Queensland capital. But the devil’s in the detail.New data by Oliver Hume found buying a block in Brisbane set buyers back $358,500 at the end of last year – a median price drop of 14 per cent in just 12 months.Land on the Gold Coast was $25,700 more expensive than Brisbane, according to the latest Oliver Hume Quarterly Market Insights, with the glitter strip pulling off an 8 per cent rise in median lot price to $384,200.But Oliver Hume senior research analyst Amanda Bittenbinder said Brisbane’s massive median price decrease was not because of a struggling market but the type of blocks that were coming to market.“The Brisbane market is shifting towards smaller lot sizes, due to land availability and affordability,” she told The Courier-Mail.“Our data shows that 48 per cent of project land sales in Brisbane over Q4 2017 were between 301-400sq m whereas the Gold Coast recorded 52 per cent of sales over 500sq m.”She said the Gold Coast had a higher median lot size than Brisbane.Broken down, the data showed “the rate per sqm in Brisbane was $899/sq m in Q4, whereas the Gold Coast recorded $513/sq m – that’s a difference of $386 per sq m”.In the December quarter alone, 1,956 lots were sold in South East Queensland, a fall of 5.5 per cent that had more to do with stock availability than demand.Agent Tom Zhang of Yong Real Estate said demand was outstripping supply in Brisbane.One of his recent sales included 6 and 8 Nabeel Place, Calamvale, which was part of a larger 1,400sq m block that a developer had bought for $1.1m.“A developer bought it, they subdivided the rear 800sq m out and further subdivided that into two 400sq m blocks. For 400sq m that was selling for over $400,000 each. Those two blocks at the back sold for $800,000 and he still has the front house that will sell for more than $800,000. So his total income of over $1.6m minus development costs still ends up a fantastic return in a short period of time.” 122 Roscommon Road, Boondall, was split in two with each block on the market for over $350,000.He said “small to medium developers are so hungry for this type of product”.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours ago“It’s easy to sell the land. The normal homebuyer can’t afford big blocks but a 400sq m block they might be able to. The worry now is the low supply of empty blocks of land in Brisbane and in the southern suburbs like Sunnybank and Calamvale.”Redland – which includes mainland suburbs like Capalaba and Alexandra Hills as well as island suburbs like North Stradbroke and Coochiemudlo Island – had SEQ’s third highest block cost. Its median land lot was $312,000, a figure that had dropped 3 per cent last year.Popular Moreton Bay – which covers a large area including Caboolture and Redcliffe – saw a 4 per cent fall to $238,000, while the second cheapest land lots in SEQ came out of Logan where the median was holding steady at $230,475.The cheapest place to buy land in the region was Ipswich ($199,500), though that’s changing rapidly with the area posting the second highest cost increase last year (4 per cent).Despite low retail land supply and strengthening demand, the median land lot price in Queensland was fell slightly to $260,500, the Oliver Hume report said – mostly because of shrinking block sizes. Median Retail Lot Price: Moreton Bay $238,000 (-4%)Redland $312,000 (-3%)Logan $230,475 (0%)Brisbane $358,500 (-14%)Ipswich $199,500 (4%)Gold Coast $384,200 (8%) (Source: Oliver Hume) FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOKlast_img read more

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