LLT Accountants Serving Glebe

It is not often that one seeks professional accounting or tax service. But if you do, you may be pleased to know that LLT Accountants, your friendly accountant, serves Glebe. Whether you are a working adult or you run a business, you may need professional services some time. We provide competent, prompt and friendly service. All our people have the in-depth technical knowledge and experience. We offer tax planning/advice, accounting/bookkeeping, auditing, financial statement preparation, budgeting, GST advice & BAS preparation, business advisory, SMSF setup, company incorporation and any other related service. Typically, our clientele comprise individuals, businesses, companies, SMSFs (self-managed super funds) and trusts. Make an appointment with our CPA (certified practising accountant) or CA (chartered accountant) partners for an obligation-free chat to find out more. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Glebe History

Surrounded by Blackwattle Bay and Rozelle Bay in the north, Ultimo in the east, Annandale and Forest Lodge in the west and Parramatta Road and Broadway in the south, Glebe is located about 3 kilometres from Sydney central business district. The name Glebe was derived from the words “glebe land” which was owned by the Anglican Church. Historically, the land on which Glebe stands was mainly the land of about 400 acres granted by Governor Arthur Philip to Reverend Richard Johnson.

Demographics

Residents of Glebe are mainly of English, New Zealander, Vietnamese, Chinese and American descent with about 57% of them borned in Australian. The suburb’s population is about 11,123 of whom the median age is 35 years.
The main occupations of the residents are professionals (42%) and managers (15%). Administrative, service, sales and trades workers make up the rest.

Transport

Glebe is well served by buses and trains. A light railway line that runs across has two stations within the suburb, namely, the Glebe and the Jubilee Park light rail stations. Frequent bus services run within and beyond the suburb to neighbouring areas and the University of NSW. Besides public transport, cars are popular with residents for getting around.

Centre of Commerce

A shopping strip that runs along Glebe Point Road, the suburb’s main road, features cafes, specialty shops, different types of restaurants (such as Thai, Indian, Nepalese, Dutch-Indonesian restaurants, etc) and retail and service outlets. The closest supermarket to Glebe is the Broadway Shopping Centre where a variety of shops, food court, cinema complex, large supermarkets such as Woolworth and Coles and departmental stores such as K-Mart can be found.

Housing Profile

About 46% of the suburb’s houses are semi-detached, terrace and town houses, 44% are flats, units and apartments and 9% are detatched houses.

                                                                              Houses                                Units
                    Median house price                       $1.22m                                $665,000
                    Median weekly rent                        $760                                    $480
                    Rental yield                                      3.2%                                    3.8%