Council has adopted a strategy framework to guide the City of Albany's involvement in economic development over the period 2010-2015. The emphasis of the strategy is on the City's area of influence, recognising that the economic development challenge is shared by all levels of government and business.
The Key Focus Areas for the City of Albany are listed below
Key Focus Area 1 - Strategic Infrastructure Projects:
Council will advocate, facilitate and co-ordinate the development of selected strategic infrastructure projects that may have a major impact on the economic and social development of Albany.
Key Focus Area 2 - Investment Attraction:
Council will facilitate the positioning of Albany as Western Australia’s most highly sought after place to live, work and invest.
Key Focus Area 3 - Community-based Economic and Enterprise Development:
Council will partner with community, business and industry groups to identify economic and enterprise growth opportunities
Key Focus Area 4 - Tourism Development:
Council will aid in positioning and maintaining Albany within the top two fastest growing visitor destinations in the Australia’s South West Tourism region by 2015
Key Focus Area 5 - Regional Leadership: Council will manage and develop stakeholder relationships and deliver services that will maximise the City’s economic development potential.
Download the City's Economic Development Strategy at the link below.