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Peel Business Park, Western Australia’s new home of agri-innovation and industry

The future of land development is squarely focused on innovation and sustainability. Peel Business Park in Nambeelup is a leading example, providing unlimited potential to savvy investors and developers of agri-innovation and ancillary industries.

Rich in natural resources, the Peel region has a proud history. It is now on the brink of its next exciting phase, with Peel Business Park, Nambeelup set to be the new home of agri-innovation and industry in Western Australia.

 Stage 1 of the 1,000-hectare business park will be delivered by LandCorp, forming a critical component of the Transform Peel initiative, which also includes the 42,000-hectare Peel Food Zone and Peel Integrated Water Initiative. Funded and backed by State Government, Transform Peel will help future-proof food and water supplies and drive economic growth.

 Within Peel Business Park will be five distinct precincts:

  • The Agri-innovation Precinct focuses on development of innovative, high-quality food production and processing, which is not climate dependent. Designed to allow for stronger connections between agricultural and logistics chains, it will help to build critical capacity, business capability and export readiness.
  • The General Industrial Precinct will be home to a wide-range of industrial, transport and logistics, and warehouse uses. 
  • The Light Industrial Precinct will feature a network of well-connected, flexible lots to meet differing business needs. 
  • Highly accessible, well positioned lots will suit the demands of businesses in the Commercial Precinct.
  • The Renewable Energy Precinct offers unique power requirements, with both mains and renewable energy options at negotiable rates, feeding back into one of the largest industrial micro-grids in the State

Lots at Peel Business Park have been designed to accommodate the diverse needs of a range of businesses, with power, water and waste water all available. High-speed internet with international submarine cable network linkage, and the Bunbury to Dampier gas pipeline will service the varied demands of businesses.

 The business park also includes plans for a campus style technology park for research, development and training organisations. The Peel workforce initiative, delivered by Peel Development Commission, will tap into the large, local workforce of skilled employees that is readily available.

When it comes to finding a new location for your business, there are always questions that need answering. With a focus on innovation and the future, Peel Business Park has all the answers.

Why can’t land come with more incentives?

LandCorp promotes, offers and assists on a range of local, State and Federal Government incentives for business and investment attraction for Peel Business Park. Incentives will be offered on a qualification basis and range from deferred land payments and case management support services, to cash incentives and rebates.

Why can’t a carpark power your business?

To reinforce the precinct’s focus on sustainability, there will be a range of power generation and conservation technologies, which leads to opportunities like solar powered carparks and rebated rooftop solar that feed surplus energy into one of the largest industrial micro-grids in the State.

Why does more room mean less central?

When it comes to location, Peel Business Park is second to none. It’s only 70 kilometres south of Perth and 10 kilometres east of Mandurah, Western Australia’s largest regional city. The Peel region is home to diverse natural resources and a wealth of business and surrounding agricultural industry.

Located in one of the fastest growing regions in Australia, Peel Business Park is ideally positioned to support the region’s predicted population growth from 130,000 people to more than 400,000 by 2050.

Why can’t your location reduce export times?

Peel Business Park offers easy access to extensive State road networks, regionally and within the metropolitan area. It’s globally connected with ports and airports nearby, primed to service growing national and international export markets.

Why can’t businesses share one time zone? 

When it comes to being connected, Western Australia shares the same time zone as 60 per cent of the world’s population. It’s also the gateway to Asia, with a number of airlines having direct international flights to Perth including London.

Peel Business Park provides unlimited potential to forward-thinking investors and developers who want to get in on the ground floor. For more information on agribusiness opportunities contact Phil Melville from CBRE on +61488 203 088, or for industrial enquiries contact Warick Irving from CBRE on +61413 863 335.

 See the vision come to life by viewing the flythrough at landcorp.com.au/peelbusinesspark

 

 

 

 

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