Prepared as part of the Urban Development Program, the Regional HotSpots series sets out to assess land for future residential, industrial and commercial uses and identifies the planning and infrastructure requirements needed to meet demand across selected regional centres in Western Australia.
The Bunbury and Newman & Tom Price reports include information on:
- Demand drivers specific to each regional centre including the major economic factors that influence employment and population growth and therefore the demand for land and housing;
- Actions to assist in delivering timely and appropriate urban growth;
- Assessment of zoned land supply for residential, commercial, industrial and tourism uses;
- Recent and future land development activity; and
- Existing physical and social infrastructure and future requirements.
The report for Newman and Tom Price – the two largest inland towns of the Pilbara region of Western Australia – rounds out the suite of Pilbara HotSpots reports that focus on areas of the state most impacted by changing economic and social conditions.
Title: Regional HotSpots Land Supply Update 2015 – Bunbury and Newman & Tom Price
Published by: Western Australian Planning Commission
Date: January 2015
The Bunbury report is available directly from <http://www.planning.wa.gov.au/publications/7538.asp> (PDF: 4.02 MB).
The Newman & Tom Price report is available directly from <http://www.planning.wa.gov.au/publications/7539.asp> (PDF: 5.04 MB).
Note from Urbanalyst: The above summary is sourced directly from the document and/or accompanying documentation. Aside from minor editorial modifications, the information is presented as-is.