Investors show interest in Exmouth

THE interest shown by developers in the Exmouth Marina Village has demonstrated an ever-growing commitment to investing in regional WA, according to CB Richard Ellis’ David Kennedy.

“Projects such as the Exmouth Marina Village will bring benefits on several fronts, providing economic growth for the people of Exmouth through tourism and adding value to WA as a whole,” he said.

An Exmouth working group has been set up in order to liaise with local stakeholders.

In line with its policy of encouraging maximum local input, LandCorp has appointed Exmouth Shire President Mike Purslow to the working group.

“It is acknowledged from our local perspective that this project is a vital link for economic growth and the survivial of tourism in the Exmouth region,” Mr Purslow said.

“My appointment to the working group offers the people of Exmouth hands on, direct involvement in the Exmouth Marina Village project.”

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