Logically, smartly and I can say finally because this is a win-win for everyone. Both for the Zagreb Tourist Board and the Tourist Board, and mostly for tourists and visitors, both domestic and foreign. So far, the Zagreb Green Ring has by no means managed to position itself towards the Zagreb market, which is a logical link, and so Zagreb has not realized the potential of a quality offer in its surroundings, only 30 minutes from the center of Zagreb. Apart from a better quality of life for the citizens of Zagreb, in the domain of daily or weekend visitors, all tourists who come to Zagreb would also have an excellent, more diverse and high-quality offer. Tourism knows no borders, and with this, I sincerely hope for the first joint cooperation and complementarity, absolutely everyone benefits. “The friendship between Zagreb and Zagreb County is also expressed in these extraordinary circumstances, mutually confirming mutual trust and partnership, which resulted in the destination campaign “Close to the city, close to the heart”. In preparation, we followed the trends in the travel market, listening to the security situation, and now we are launching a joint campaign in three foreign languages: English, German, Slovenian and, of course, Croatian. At TZGZ, we have recognized the ideal partner and we are sure that our joint campaigns will be implemented in the future as Zagreb County embraces Zagreb.. “Said the director of TZZŽ, Mrs. Ivana Alilović. “Staying outdoors, in greenery and nature with a focus on health, safety, sustainability and compatibility of the offer of Zagreb and its surroundings, are the main features of the partnership campaign TZZŽ and TZGZ. Unlike our previous activities in which TZGZ purposefully promotes a certain tourist product (Zagreb Light Festival, health tourism, summer events in Zagreb, etc.), the campaign “Near the city, close to the heart” / “Around Zagreb” is special and important because a word about a specific destination promotion. The idea of joint promotion, which we have been negotiating with colleagues from TZZŽ, we have successfully realized with the arrival of Ms. Alilović and I am glad that we are now partnering in target markets: Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and, of course, in other parts of Croatia”Said the director of TZGZ, Ph.D. Martina Bienenfeld. The Tourist Board of the City of Zagreb and the Tourist Board of the Zagreb County together created a special promotional campaign dedicated to Zagreb and its surroundings under the slogan “Near the city, close to the heart” / “Around Zagreb”. This is the first time that these two tourist boards have cooperated in partnership, promoting the capital and the Zagreb Green Ring through a unique destination campaign. It was made for the needs of the campaign new destination website www.aroundzagreb.hr, which provides specific information about the offer, content and attractions, a list of restaurants, a calendar of events and suggestions on how to spend three days in Zagreb and the surrounding area. In the end, I hope that this is just the beginning of joint cooperation between TZGZ and TZZZ, because I emphasize again, this is a win win situation for everyone. The campaign TZGZ and TZZŽ “Near the city, close to the heart” was created with the aim of creating a unique platform to promote the rich offer of Zagreb and its surroundings. In that sense, as a destination campaign, it will address emitting markets throughout the year, reminding travel lovers how diverse, high-quality and attractive the tourist offer of Zagreb and the Zagreb surroundings is. I must certainly emphasize the proactivity of the Tourist Board, which in a new direction and energy began to proactively penetrate the market and in this extraordinary time for tourism, despite all the shortcomings and challenges, stood out the most of all tourist boards in Croatia.
“Through their long-term partnership with the LGPS and extensive expertise in [authorised contractual scheme] structures, Northern Trust’s understanding of our needs and the culture we want to build make them a natural partner for Border to Coast.”Northern Trust already provides depositary services to Northern Ireland’s LGPS fund and the London CIV, the pooling vehicle for the capital’s 32 borough pension funds.James Wright, head of the company’s institutional investor group for the UK and Middle East, added: “We are committed and excited to support Border to Coast through its establishment and ongoing growth.“Our tax transparent fund experience, alongside our dedicated UK pension team and proven technology ensures we are well placed to support Border to Coast’s unique requirements.”Chris Hitchen, chair of Border to Coast’s board, said the pool was building “an excellent team” and “a highly capable investing institution”.All eight LGPS pools are expected to be ready to manage assets from the start of April this year, in line with central government’s plans.Brunel publishes first report and accountsThe Brunel Pension Partnership drew down more than £5m from its 10 LGPS shareholders in December to help it meet the April deadline, according to its first full annual report and accounts.In the 12 months to the end of September 2017, the pension funds contributed £3m to operating costs “to set up the office, hire the staff and submit the FCA application”.Coupled with December’s payment of a combined £5.4m, each of the founding funds has paid roughly £840,000 towards Brunel’s establishment.The pool said it aimed to make fee savings of £27.8m by 2025 through the pooling of assets and management of costs. Northern Trust will be the administrator and depositary for the £43bn (€48.3bn) Border to Coast Pensions Partnership, one of eight Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) asset pools.Border to Coast annouced the contract today following a “robust and in-depth public procurement process”.It added that the two companies would work to establish an operating model for the pool. Border to Coast was set up to facilitate the pooling of pension scheme assets for the counties of Bedfordshire, Cumbria, Durham, East Riding, Lincolnshire, Northumberland, North Yorkshire, Surrey, South Yorkshire, Teesside, Tyne and Wear and Warwickshire.Fiona Miller, chief operating officer of Border to Coast, said: “I am excited to start the next stage of the journey for Border to Coast, working alongside Northern Trust as we build out the infrastructure which will support our organisation both now and into the future.
9 Borva Street, Dutton Park, hit the market yesterday and is set to go to auction 11am on Sunday Oct. 27.Joseph Lordi of McGrath Bayside, who’s just brought 9 Borva St, Dutton Park to market agreed there was an increase in enquiry levels.“Brisbane has exceptional value — and these buyers see that and want to invest in the market before it’s too late,” he said.“For our last two sales above $3m, the properties sold in record time and both with cash contracts and multiple offers. Meaning, we have multiple buyers left over wanting to purchase a luxury property. We’re finding great urgency in the luxury market since the election and the drop of interest rates and don’t see it slowing down anytime soon.” MORE: Wallabies stars keep foot in QLD 39 Griffith St, New Farm, sold to local developer family the Seymours for $7.75m.“By 2026, it is expected we will see large population increases for Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast by 8.3 per cent, 24.6 per cent and 23.4 per cent respectively. Further, by 2041, it is expected that Brisbane will grow by 25.9 per cent, Gold Coast by 62.5 per cent, and Sunshine Coast by 61.9 per cent.” 86 Herron Road, Pullenvale, sold for $2.51m on September 16 by NGU. Picture: Realestate.com.auSouth East Queensland is now a millionaire magnet, figures out today (Thursday) show, led by growth in Brisbane where luxury units purchases have doubled in market share and $1m-plus houses make up 16.6 per cent of sales.Data from Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast Regional councils showed buyers were flocking to SEQ’s premium market, amid increased prices in Sydney and Melbourne. 95-99 McConnell Street Bulimba $8.4m 18/09/2019 39 Griffith Street New Farm $7.75m 11/02/201967 Longman Terrace Chelmer $6.6m 28/05/2019197 King Arthur Terrace Tennyson $6.1m 01/04/2019More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours ago30 Wendell Street Norman Park $6m 20/03/201926 Leura Terrace Hawthorne $5.7m 17/04/201981 Moray Street New Farm $5.52m 04/03201942 Quay Street Bulimba $5.4m 09/05/2019141 Laurel Ave Chelmer $5m 29/05/2019630 Jesmond Road Fig Tree Pocket $4.65m 08/01/201969 Towers Street Ascot $4.15m 03/04/2019 (Source: PRDnationwide) 22 White Street Southport $18.9m 08/05/2019130 Bundall Road Bundall $11m 02/01/20193533 Main Beach Parade Main Beach $8.25m 27/02/201922 Admiralty Drive Surfers Paradise $7.975m 31/01/20191 Yacht Street Southport $7m 23/06/201945 Knightsbridge Parade Paradise Point $6.98m 23/04/2019125 Hedges Ave Mermaid Beach $6.95m 30/01/201999 William Street Mermaid Beach $6.395m 29/06/201920 Parklane Terrace Paradise Point $6.3m 04/03/20193 Rowes Court Bundall $6.2m 19/02/2019 (Source: PRDnationwide) Gold Coast top premium house sales 2019: PRDnationwide’s South East Queensland Premium Property Report, out today, said the Brisbane premium unit market almost doubled from 4.5 per cent of sales in 2014, to 8 per cent in 2019, while the Gold Coast grew from 5.5 to 7.3 per cent in that period and the Sunshine Coast went from 2.8 per cent to 5.1 per cent. Brisbane Lion buys first home for $1m 187-189 West Mount Cotton Road, Cornubia, sold for $2.8m on Tuesday. Picture: Realestate.com.auNGU agent Emil Juresic said there were a pick-up in activity from offshore buyers, especially out of Asia, Australian expatriates and interstate buyers.He said recent sales including187-189 West Mount Cotton Road, Cornubia($2.8m) on Tuesday and 86 Herron Road, Pullenvale ($2.5m) on Tuesday drew strong interest from outside Brisbane. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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(Picture: Liam Kidston).“The major increase of property price in Sydney and Melbourne in 2014-2017 shifted buyers toward the SEQ market, capitalising on comparatively lower prices,” according to PRDnationwide chief economist Dr Diaswati Mardiasmo. “During this time, sales transactions in the premium market increased.” FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:27Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:27 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWhy Spring 2019 is a good time to sell01:27 Brisbane top premium house sales 2019: 65-67 Longman Terrace, Chelmer, sold for $6.6m on June 28. Picture: Realestate.com.au.Add to that SEQ had also seen “healthy decreasing vacancy rates with Brisbane (2.5 per cent), Gold Coast (2.7 per cent) and Sunshine Coast (1.7 per cent) all recording below the Real Estate Institute of Australia’s healthy rental demand benchmark of 3 per cent”. Sunshine Coast top premium house sale 2019:1 Bennett Street Moffat Beach $4.8m 26/04/20197 Mooloolah Island Minyama $4.8m 01/02/201955 Trail Road Maleny $3.368m 18/05/201939 First Ave Mooloolaba $3.197m 23/01/2019351 Duke Road Doonan $2.853m 23/04/201937 Venning Road Verrierdale $2.65m 01/04/201939 Shurvell Road Hunchy $2.55m 02/01/201924 Mindi Road Doonan $2.3m 18/03/20198 Myoora Court Minyama $2.225m 10/03/201957 Dales Road Chevallum $2.2m 13/05/2019 (Source: PRDnationwide) Malouf makes motza on property
Walter Mazzarri’s side have recorded back-to-back victories since the September international break, beating Manchester United and West Ham.Burnley will be aiming to bounce back from their 3-0 defeat at Leicester last time out. This will be the first top-flight fixture between the sides.