MACROC welcomes the opportunity to comment on The Draft Future Transport Strategy 2056 released in November 2017 by Transport for NSW.
MACROC commissioned IRIS Research Business Survey reveals business expectations in the Macarthur region are positive across all sectors.
MACROC commissioned IRIS Research Business Survey 2017 reveals business expectations in the Macarthur region are positive across all sectors.
The MACROC Board is in support of the listing on the State Heritage Register of St John’s Anglican Church Precinct, Camden.
MACROC welcomes the opportunity to comment on The Draft South West District Plan developed by the Greater Sydney Commission.
The Macarthur Regional Organisation of Councils (MACROC), in conjunction with its member Councils, Camden, Campbelltown and Wollondilly, has commissioned respected market research company Iris Research to conduct a survey of business in Macarthur. The survey is being undertaken to complement the economic development activities of each Council in a bid to better monitor and understand
MACROC on behalf of Camden, Campbelltown and Wollondilly Councils is undertaking a confidential survey to better understand business confidence and relevant issues for businesses across the Macarthur region. IRIS Research has been engaged to collect and analyse the survey information. The survey will take around 10 minutes to complete. The information will be presented in a way where no individual business can be identified.
MACROC welcomes the opportunity to provide a submission on the Western Sydney Rail Needs Scoping Study Discussion Paper prepared by Transport for NSW and the Federal Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development. MACROC is the regional organisation of councils for the Macarthur area of South West Sydney. Formed in 1985, it represents the local government
Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the NSW Container Deposit Scheme: Regulatory Framework Discussion Paper prepared by the NSW Environment Protection Authority. MACROC is the regional organisation of councils for the Macarthur area of South West Sydney. Formed in 1985, it represents the local government areas of Camden, Campbelltown and Wollondilly.
The report identifies some of the key challenges and opportunities for regional economic development, one of which is maintaining economic growth to provide local jobs with the expected large increase in residential population in the region. The main focus of this report is a summary of the key points of the Macarthur region economy, main