Project Status Report (January to December 2022)
This newly constructed report covers scheduled projects and activities that are planned for commencement or design during 2022.
It also highlights key developments in the Local Government Areas of Ipswich, Lockyer Valley, Scenic Rim, and Somerset regions.
Strategic Plan (2021 - 2025)
This RDA Ipswich & West Moreton Strategic Plan 2021-2025 delivers on the commitment to develop and publish such a document as outlined in RDAIWM’s Annual Business Plan for 2021-2022. As noted, it “…is a critical document designed to reflect the aspirations and the context of the communities it serves”.
Ipswich West Moreton Update
The “Ipswich West Moreton Update” report presents a comprehensive analysis of various economic and demographic indicators for the region during the 2020-2021 fiscal year.
The report covers important topics such as population growth, industrial and employment statistics, housing and construction trends, local government operations, and assessment of local rates, among others.
RDA Ipswich & West Moreton Business Plan (2022 - 2023)
This newly constructed business plan relates to scheduled projects
and activities being planned for delivery this financial year. Also highlighted are the key developments occurring in the Local Government Areas of Ipswich, Lockyer Valley, Scenic Rim and Somerset regions.
RDAIWM has linked each Annual Business Plan to our Strategic Plan 2021-2025 in-line with the Funding Agreement January 2021 – June 2025 between RDAIWM and The Commonwealth Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications. Each Annual Business Plan is an extension of our five year plan of economic development for our region.
Project Status Report (January to December 2021)
This newly constructed Project Status Report relates to scheduled
projects and activities being planned for delivery this financial year. Also
highlighted are the key developments occurring in the Local Government
Areas of Ipswich, Lockyer Valley, Scenic Rim and Somerset regions.
The Ipswich & West Moreton region has seen significant challenges and
accomplishments in the 2021 calendar year during the ongoing effects of
the COVID-19 pandemic.
The issues compiled by COVID-19 have placed an immediate and lasting economic impact on our joined communities which includes, supply shortages, employment anxiety, a strain on small and family businesses and both the education and health industries.
Lockyer Valley Equine Precinct Business Case
The Lockyer Valley Racing and Equine Collaborative (the Collaborative) has been established to plan, develop and execute the redevelopment of the Lockyer Valley Turf Club, a 53.7 ha freehold land site located at Spencer Street, Gatton, into a multi-use, world class precinct for the equine industry in South East Queensland.
The precinct is named the Lockyer Valley Equine Precinct (LVEP). Its long-term strategic objective is to facilitate the growth of the equine industry while considering the ‘lifecycle’ journey of a horse, from thoroughbred racing to equestrian to more sedate activities off the track where there is a growing awareness for the need to rehabilitate and facilitate safe transition of horses into their later years.
Educate to Employ Report
The following text provides a snapshot of the education-to-employment pathways in the Greater Springfield region. This region encompasses the suburbs of Augustine Heights, Brookwater, Springfield, Springfield Central, Springfield Lakes, and Spring Mountain.
The focus in this document is on data analysis of high school completers and school-leavers from the following institutions: Springfield Central State High School, St Peters Lutheran College, The Springfield Anglican College, Woodcrest State College, St Augustine’s College, and Hymba Yumba Independent School.
Project Status Report (July to December 2020)
This current report highlights the projects leading up to December 2020. Also, emphasised are the demographics and developments occurring in Ipswich, Scenic Rim, Somerset and Lockyer Valley.
During 2019 – 2020, the Regional Development Australia Ipswich & West Moreton (RDAIWM) Committee focused on promoting and advocating the areas of Ipswich, Lockyer Valley, Scenic Rim and Somerset as a joint region of equal significance.
Springfield Skills Alliance Report
A Springfield Skills Alliance Board has been formed to provide strategic and operational leadership, as well as insight into a place-based approach to skills investment.
The Springfield Skills Alliance Board was established early 2018 to ensure that stakeholders are kept informed of the progress at regular intervals, with the Chief Executive Officer of Regional Development Australia Ipswich & West Moreton Inc being nominated as Chair.
Regional Growth and Investment Brochure
The Regional Growth and Investment brochure provides insight on RDA Ipswich & West Moreton’s services.
Our focus is on growing a strong and dynamic Ipswich & West Moreton
economy that harnesses competitive advantages, seizes on economic
opportunities and attracts international investment and trade.
We help connect Ipswich, Lockyer Valley, Scenic Rim and Somerset businesses to Australia and the world.
Project Status Report (January to June 2019)
This report pertains to projects leading up to June 30 2019. Also highlighted are the demographics and developments occuring in Ipswich, Scenic Rim, Somerset and Lockyer Valley.
Noticing that our region has a combined Gross Regional Product of $12.9 billion, the prospect of investment to further increase and growth via population and infrastructure continues to gather traction. In 2018 alone our region collectively established $8bn worth of private and government construction with ongoing developments.