Wanneroo Business Assocation announce partnership with Bright Estate developer Satterley Group


Brighton developer Nigel Satterley with WBA president Vesna Sampson.
Brighton developer Nigel Satterley with WBA president Vesna Sampson.

THE Wanneroo Business Association has announced a formal partnership with Brighton estate developer Satterley Property Group to support businesses in the northern corridor.

The three-year agreement is part of the Brighton community development and sponsorship program geared towards community capacity building and will strengthen a long-standing relationship between the development company and WBA.

The program started in 2002, coordinating a myriad of community events, oversaw the establishment of the Brighton Community Garden and supported the start-up of various clubs and sporting groups.

“One of Brighton’s main community development objectives has been the promotion of local economic growth and sustainability,” Satterley community development manager Amy Blundell said.

“This ties in with the objectives of the WBA, so the partnership makes sense.”

As land sales at Brighton Estate finish, this partnership aims to leave a strong and sustainable community to thrive once the estate is complete.

The financial support will support the WBA extending up into the northern growth corridor in terms of both membership and advocacy.

This will mean that home-based and local businesses can reach into the WBA community to connect and create further opportunities.

An official sponsorship presentation will take place at the WBA business breakfast on June 15, which will also launch a two-day business expo in Wanneroo.