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Kyogle LGA new residents and investors guide
This publication was produced to encourage new investors, business, industry and residents to invest in the Kyogle Council Local Government Area and details the benefits and issues of living, working and investing in a rural area.
This publication was produced to encourage new investors, business, industry and residents to invest in the Kyogle Council Local Government Area.
The booklet informs investors of what the Kyogle LGA has to offer and the benefits and issues of ‘living and working in a rural area’.
It includes economic profiles and information to walk potential investors through the Development Application process.
This booklet is designed to improve Kyogle Council's customer service, reduce the confusion and angst surrounding the Development Application process and promote questions and pre-DA lodgement meetings to guarantee best results.
It is also an introduction for new investors to explore the benefits and issues of living and working in a rural area and to help them make their decision with their head and not their heart.
The booklet shows that Kyogle Council is welcoming and well and truly open for business.
This booklet aligns with industry priorities and economic development strategies and is the bi-product of workshops conducted through a partnership of Trade & Investment NSW, Kyogle Council, Growing Kyogle and extensive community and industry consultation.
To download the booklet, click here.