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Macarthur Regional Organisation of Councils

Camden, Campbelltown, Wollondilly

 

MEDIA RELEASE - South West Looking to the Future

 

24 July 2009

Planning has begun for the South West Development Forum to be hosted in Campbelltown on 21 October. The Macarthur Regional Organisation of Councils (MACROC) is coordinating the forum, designed to encourage regional economic growth.

With a South West region focus, representatives from Liverpool City Council will join the participants from the councils of Camden, Campbelltown and Wollondilly, along with representatives from government agencies and the finance and development industries, to look at current trends and the future outlook for property and land development in the region to promote economic growth.

MACROC President, Cr Anoulack Chanthivong, said that the forum aimed to promote awareness of the many development opportunities available in the South West to promote employment and economic activity.

“Bringing the key stakeholders together will allow all of us to work together to better understand the factors that influence new investments in our region,” Cr Chanthivong said.

“MACROC is committed to strengthening regional coordination among South West Sydney councils and industry to enable us to collaboratively promote the region to prospective investors and collectively plan for major regional projects.

“Our region will be experiencing  rapid population growth and that, as a region, we must work together with all levels of Government to ensure that our region’s population growth is accompanied by an increase in investment in infrastructure and employment,” Cr Chanthivong said.


Media Contact:

Cr Anoulack Chanthivong
President
Mobile: 0412 413 377

 

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