20/08/2014 - 15:49

Industrial land released at Rockingham

20/08/2014 - 15:49


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Industrial land released at Rockingham

Fresh land at the Rockingham Industry Zone has hit the market, with the industrial estate officially opened by Lands Minister Terry Redman today.

The first stage of the 400-hectare estate comprises 24ha, with lots ranging from 3ha to 3.8ha.

Buyers seeking larger parcels of land will be given the opportunity to amalgamate lots.

Mr Redman said the Rockingham Industry Zone was an established industrial area that supported the continued development of Rockingham as a strategic centre.

The zone caters for a wide variety of industries, including chemical, gas, petroleum, raw material, advanced ceramics, transport and logistics, fabrication and heavy engineering.

“By being so close to so many large-scale nationally significant industries, as well as hundreds of support businesses within the greater  Western Trade Coast, this prime land will offer significant opportunities to business,” Mr Redman said.

“The Western Trade Coast is one of Australia’s largest and most valuable stretches of integrated industrial land.

“It generates more than $15 billion in annual sales and employs more than 11,000 people, providing an important source of sustainable jobs and business opportunities for Perth’s growing southern corridor.”

Mr Redman said the Rockingham Industry Zone, fully developed, would create up to 2,000 jobs and be home to more than 60 businesses. 


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