GAPDL releases key data

THE latest data and economic business findings of GAPDL's Gladstone Regional Project Status Report (PSR) found a total project value of nearly $92bn.

The Gladstone Region PSR is a key research tool for regional business, industry, tourism and prospective investors as it provides an accurate snapshot of the Region's current and future development status imperative for planning and future investment.

Regional business development and tourism organisation GAPDL Chief Executive, Glenn Churchill said the Report shows the state of play of current, planned and anticipated growth development within the Region.

"The PSR incorporates all types of projects in the Gladstone Region including Major Industry, Infrastructure, Residential and Community. GAPDL then tracks each of these projects by their status: Blue Sky, under Business decision, Feasibility/Under Study, Committed, Under Construction and Completed," Mr Churchill said.

"There has been a significant increase in the total number of projects and updates featured in the Report meaning development and business growth for the Region is progressing. A major priority for GAPDL is to remain abreast of all residential and accommodation developments occurring in our own backyard.

"With Gladstone's reputation as Australia's 21st Century industrial city of global significance and the apparent diversity across all sectors of the Region, it is important to be at the forefront of understanding what is happening and what is proposed for the future. This report is a vital tool for investors, business owners, industrial developers, the Community and Councils.

"GAPDL's important role is to market and develop the Gladstone Region as a preferred investment, tourism and lifestyle destination. This research tool encourages and fosters renewed and new sustainable business and Industry investment for the Region and beyond.

"The GAPDL Project Status Report is a working document that is updated bi-monthly with the latest status, additions and opportunities of regional development projects," he said.

If you have a project you would like included in the Report please contact gapdl@gapdl.com.au or 4972 4000.

Further information on this matter or any of GAPDL's other projects, programs and services can be found at gladstoneregion.info, by emailing gapdl@gapdl.com.au or visiting GAPDL on Facebook.
 



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