‘Visionary’ Nambeelup investment to secure Peel’s future

‘Visionary’ Nambeelup investment to secure Peel’s future Premier Colin Barnett in Mandurah announcing the government’s investment in the new Peel Business Park in Nambeelup. Photo: Richard Polden.
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Premier Colin Barnett, Peel Development Commission chairman Paul Fitzpatrick and regional development minister Terry Redman. Photo: Richard Polden.

Premier Colin Barnett and regional development minister Terry Redman. Photo: Richard Polden.

Regional development minister Terry Redman. Photo: Richard Polden.

Premier Colin Barnett and regional development minister Terry Redman. Photo: Richard Polden.

TweetFacebookPeel Development Commission chairman Paul Fitzpatrick said the project was “visionary” and would be a “game changer for the Peel region”.

“As we researched and developed the business case for Transform Peel, we grew confident that the state government would share our vision for this hub for employment and innovation,” he said.

“We are looking forward to working with Landcorp and other agencies to enable phase one.”

The Peel Development Commission estimates that the Nambeelup project will generate an additional $16.2 billion in economic output every year.

Mr Barnett said the benefits of the project would be important for the state as well as the regions.

“It is a major investment decision by the state government, not only for Mandurah and the Peel area but for the state.”

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