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LandCorp chief executive Frank Marra (left), Lands Minister Terry Redman and Peel Development Commission chairman Paul Fitzpatrick at the Nambeelup site.

LandCorp launches Nambeelup estate

LandCorp is seeking businesses to populate a new industrial estate in Nambeelup, a key plank of the state government’s plan to create more than 33,000 jobs in the Peel region by 2050.

The estate, known as the Peel Business Park, will cover 1,000 hectares and is the first stage in the government’s Transform Peel initiative.

As well as the industrial estate, the state government is seeking to develop a 28,000ha food growing zone and install an integrated water management system.

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Lots expected to be completed for sale, current financial year

4th-LWP Property Group600
5th↑Golden Group500
6th↓LandCorp400
7th↑PRM Property GroupNFP
8th↑Cedar Woods PropertiesNFP
35 property - land developers ranked by number of WA lots expected to be completed for sale, current financial year?

Total revenue

8th↓Insurance Commission of WA$672.6m
9th↑Horizon Power$490.4m
10th↓LandCorp$481.0m
11th-Pilbara Ports Authority$406.9m
12th↓Racing and Wagering Western Australia$408.8m
31 state government businesses ranked by total revenue - this year

Number of Employees

Property - (Built-form) Developers

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