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