RDA Perth has initiated, and is involved in, multiple projects with a variety of stakeholders across the Perth region. These projects have been well planned to include as many stakeholders as possible, and to benefit as many people across the Perth region as we can.
Security And Defence
Click here for a copy of the report SECURITY AND DEFENCE 2017 See our video HERE MEDIA STATEMENT COMPREHENSIVE REPORT ON DEFENCE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA RELEASED Regional Development Australia (RDA) Perth and RDA Kimberley have released a landmark report outlining the most comprehensive overview of the defence sector in Western Australia (WA) to date. Security and
Collaborative Regional Marketing
Thank you to everyone who attended the Collaborative Regional Marketing Event. RDA Perth and Experience Perth will continue the discussion on how to move forward with a Collaborative Branding and Marketing project for the Perth Region and will keep you informed of progress, which will most likely be in early 2016. Please find copies of the presentations on the right fo
Driving Change: Perth And Peel Economic Development Strategy And Infrastructure Priority Plan
Click here for a copy of the report DRIVING CHANGE See our video HERE MEDIA STATEMENT LONG TERM VIEW NEEDED FOR PERTH’S INFRASTRUCTURE TO DRIVE EMPLOYMENT Political, civic and business leaders are being urged to reject “short termism” in discussing Perth’s long-term infrastructure needs. Chairman of Regional Development Australia (RDA) Perth, K
Rural Diversification Planning Project
Peri-urban Perth is the outer fringe of the metropolitian area where urban development and rural activity meet. Peri-urban Perth contains agricultural activity, natural resources, remnant biodiversity and significant landscapes. This area is under increasing threat from development and overuse. RDA Perth and Curtin University are hosting a 1/2 day workshop event to disc
Urban Economics: Designing for Prosperity On 25 March 2015, Larry Beasley provided a fantastic presentation on the importance of integrating economic development within urban planning. While the actual presentation cannot be provided due to its size (it had over 300 images), we are happy to provide the text version of his talk for your reference.