Investment prospectus launched for Muchea Industrial Park in Shire of Chittering

Shire of Chittering Deputy President Peter Osborn, Councillor George Tilbury, President Gordon Houston, Pearce MHR Christian Porter, Cr Carmel Ross, acting chief executive Neil Hartley and special projects manager Lisa Edwards at the Muchea Industrial Park investment prospectus launch.
Shire of Chittering Deputy President Peter Osborn, Councillor George Tilbury, President Gordon Houston, Pearce MHR Christian Porter, Cr Carmel Ross, acting chief executive Neil Hartley and special projects manager Lisa Edwards at the Muchea Industrial Park investment prospectus launch.

MUCHEA Industrial Park’s investment prospectus was launched in Lower Chittering this month.

Pearce MHR Christian Porter launched the prospectus, which received Federal funding through the Building Better Regions Fund, at Nesci Winery Estate on February 8.

It aims to strengthen strategic planning for the industrial area in the Shire of Chittering, which is expected to become one of WA’s largest and key industrial sites.

Once completed, the Muchea Industrial Park is expected to create major investment opportunities for the surrounding region, attracting freight and logistic operators, importers, exporters and manufacturers.

“This key industrial development will drive economic growth in the area, encourage job creation, increase connectivity and make the region a more attractive place to work and live,” Mr Porter said.