Western Aus­tralia’s new home of in­dus­try and agri-in­no­va­tion

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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 agri­in­no­va­tion and in­dus­try in Western Aus­tralia. Stage 1 of the 1,000-hectare Peel 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. With a fo­cus on re­search and de­vel­op­ment, Peel Busi­ness Park’s Agri­in­no­va­tion Precinct will de­velop high­qual­ity, value-added food pro­duc­tion and pro­cess­ing, which isn’t cli­mate de­pen­dent. De­signed to cre­ate stronger con­nec­tions be­tween agri­cul­tural and lo­gis­tics chains, it will help build crit­i­cal ca­pac­ity, busi­ness ca­pa­bil­ity and ex­port readi­ness. Gen­eral and light in­dus­trial, and com­mer­cial busi­nesses will ben­e­fit from the busi­ness park’s lo­ca­tion. It has room to ex­pand un­like other de­vel­op­ments that are con­strained by sur­round­ing land uses. The Re­new­able En­ergy Precinct will of­fer a unique power so­lu­tion which de­liv­ers low-cost, re­new­able en­ergy, in con­junc­tion with a ro­bust grid con­nec­tion. In­no­va­tive tar­iffs are ex­pected to of­fer the flex­i­bil­ity re­quired to meet the power needs of di­verse cus­tomers.

Lots have been de­signed to ac­com­mo­date the var­ied needs of busi­ness, with flex­i­ble lot de­sign, and 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 busi­nesses.

Peel Busi­ness Park pro­vides un­lim­ited po­ten­tial for for­ward-think­ing in­vestors and de­vel­op­ers who want to get in on the ground floor.

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