Success in Australia, Crown Group celebrates potential for Bali property business

The current real estate project design is related to environmental protection

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA – Success in building an empire real estate business in Australia, don’t do it Krone Group not interested in continuing his real estate business plan in the country. However, that dream has had to be postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which has forced a number of plans to be re-evaluated.

“Covid-19 has done everything delayWe are still looking for land in other suitable locations,” Crown Group CEO Iwan Sunito said in an online discussion on Tuesday. area but this had to be delayed, however his party remains enthusiastic about developing a real estate business in the country in the future.

“We did some research Balinese as the first project,” Iwan said. Without going into detail about the location, Iwan said his team worked with an Australian developer who understands the conditions in Bali to set up a real estate business on the Island of the Gods,” he said.

Iwan also said that current real estate project design should address environmental concerns. applicator green concept and sustainability is consistent with environmental Protection Achieve net zero in all areas by 2050.

The plan was implemented in Australia based on existing guidelines. It is guided by five principles that will ensure Australia’s transition to a net-zero economy that does not jeopardize existing industries, territories or jobs, and it is a trending new residence in the world,” said Iwan.

This can be seen in Arc by Crown Group, Infinity by Crown Group, Waterfall by Crown Group, The Grand Residences and now Mastery by Crown Group. The concept that blends in with nature, the use of wood-based and recyclable materials, a spacious living room with maximum air circulation and the presence of a large glass door that allows sunlight to shine naturally, thereby reducing electricity consumption.

Before the end of 2022, it will launch ONE Global Capital, a new holding that will focus on retail, residential, hotels and conventions. “We are currently in the closing stages before presenting it to the public.” Business expansion in sectors currently are untouched,” explained Ivan.

Speaking of migration, Iwan agreed with the Australian Business Council’s stance and urged the Albanian government to increase the number of migrants entering Australia, which could help Australia’s economic recovery. Migration fell during the pandemic and is currently capped at 160,000. The Business Council of Australia wants to increase the limit to 220,000 in 2022-23 and then back to 190,000 in 2024.

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 88,740 Indonesian-born people were living in Australia at the end of June 2019, up 29.4 percent from June 30, 2009 (68,570). This is one of the largest migrant communities in Australia. That equates to 1.2 percent of Australia’s migrant community and 0.3 percent of Australia’s total population.

The number of Indonesian students in Australia recorded as of June 28, 2021 was 12,645 students. “This ranks Indonesia as the 6th-highest number of foreign students studying in Australia, after China, India, Nepal, Vietnam and Malaysia,” he said.

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