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Development Site Prospectus

Development Site Prospectus

The City of Whyalla is calling on potential developers and investors to capitalise on the exciting opportunities available in the Spencer Gulf regional city, which is on the verge of a green-industry revolution.

With the State Government’s Hydrogen Jobs Plan due to commence construction this year – plus other major industrial projects following close behind – it’s critical that significant housing and social infrastructure development occurs simultaneously to cater for the construction demand, while creating a destination city where people want to live and work.

To this end, Whyalla City Council has released its Potential Development Sites prospectus, outlining the numerous strategically-located parcels of land that are ideal to spark the urban renewal of the city.

Mayor Phill Stone said this was a rare opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a development boom.

“With so much housing and social infrastructure required to support these once-in-a-generation projects – not to mention our growing tourism industry – Whyalla is set to become the State’s hot spot for investment and development within the next 12 months,” Mayor Stone said.

“From hydrogen to rare earths; and green industry to copper mining; there are so many projects coming online that the city is crying out for urgent development. This is needed to not only support the project workers and their families, but also the additional doctors, nurses, teachers and other professionals needed to service the expected growth in population.”

Mayor Stone encouraged all potential developers to check out the interactive prospectus and to contact Council to discuss their ideas.

“If you’re in a position to invest in our city, we want to hear from you!” he said.

The prospectus can be viewed online through Council’s interactive portal below

Development Site Prospectus

To discuss development opportunities with Council, please call Manager City Development Jodie Perone on 8640 3444.

Physical copies available here.