Industry Capability Audit
The Central Highlands Industry Capability Audit is based on a comprehensive study looking at the complexities of local procurement in the Central Highlands region. One of the aims of this study is to identify value chain gaps and opportunities to assist business development and growth. See the Central Highlands Development Corporation website for the full document.
Industrial and Commercial Land Audit
Recently an audit was undertaken on the industrial and commercial activity in the local government area of the Central Highlands. These findings can be found in the Industrial and Commercial Land Audit Brochure Summary. For further questions on regional and economic profiles for the area, contact the team at Central Highlands Development Corporation.
There is unrelenting growth in our diverse local industries and this is shown in the compiled list of developments. Get up to date with what are the latest infrastructure developments, expansions and mining projects by downloading your copy of CHDC’s Development Register.
The Planning Schemes are statutory documents that set out Council’s intention for each area’s future development. They contain information about the zoning of land, identify specific criteria for development in constrained areas and detail the provisions that relate to the development of land uses. The Central Highlands Regional Council currently has four current Integrated Planning Act (IPA) Planning Schemes that are in force over the former local government land areas of Bauhinia, Duaringa, Emerald and Peak Downs.
Whether you are chasing legal advice, valuations or building certifiers you will find all these services and many more in the Central Highlands. Visit our local directory to search for specific contact areas.