Wagga Wagga Special Activation Precinct funding announcement, Wes Fang MLC, Dr Joe McGirr MP

$137 million to build Wagga Wagga Special Activation Precinct

The NSW Government today committed a further $137 million to drive economic growth and prosperity through the Wagga Wagga Special Activation Precinct. This is in addition to the $20.6 million announced in November last year and represents a total commitment to Wagga of almost $158 million to dat...
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Parkes freight & logistics, containers, freight train

Parkes Special Activation Precinct gearing up for construction

The Parkes Special Activation Precinct is gearing up for construction with the $126 million contract to design and build the precinct announced today. The contract for initial works – awarded to Fulton Hogan – comprises upgrades to local roads and supporting utilities including sewer...
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Workers meeting on Riverina Oils refinery

More reasons to do business in Special Activation Precincts

There are now even more reasons to do business in a Special Activation Precinct, with the NSW Government's $250 million Jobs Plus Program and the $100 million Regional Job Creation Fund both open now. The programs aim to support existing businesses in regional NSW and attract local and internati...
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