MEDIA RELEASE - Great Future for Development in South West
The business community of Macarthur are invited to attend the final MACROC CEO Breakfast for 2012 being held at the Campbelltown Catholic Club on the morning of Tuesday 27 November.
“For our final MACROC CEO Breakfast we will be joined by Brendan O’Brien. Brendan is the State Planning and Design Manager of Stockland. As many of you will know Stockland is one of the largest retail property owners, developers and managers in Australia as well as a leading residential developer. Brendan is going to talk about Stocklands’ role in urban development in Greater Western Sydney with a focus on development in the South West,” says MACROC President Cr Benn Banasik.
“By 2031 Greater Sydney, which includes the South West, is predicted to account for nearly half of NSW’s population. It is important that the new communities that will be created over the next years are designed with residents in mind and that development focuses on creating an environment that people will enjoy living in. Stockland does recognise that it has a significant role to play in the development of liveable sustainable communities. Find out more and join MACROC for breakfast on 27 November”.
Councillor Banasik encourages local business owners to attend the morning. “The MACROC Breakfast Forums are designed as networking events for business enterprises of all sizes. I would encourage you to join us for the final CEO Breakfast for the year at the Campbelltown Catholic Club on the morning of 27 November to meet with other business owners, enjoy breakfast and hear more about Stocklands’ perspective on urban development in the South West.”
Book Early for this Breakfast
Admission is $45 including gst per person and registration can be made by calling MACROC on 4645 4937 or by completing the registration form that can be downloaded from www.macroc.nsw.gov.au.
Cr Benn Banasik
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