Plan for Peel region unveiled as part of WA Recovery Plan

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The WA Government has unveiled a multi-million dollar Peel Recovery Plan as part of the $5.5 billion WA Recovery Plan.
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The Peel Recovery Plan is focused on getting locals back to work and includes a significant investment in sectors including construction, manufacturing, tourism and hospitality, renewable energy, education and training, and agriculture.

It will deliver a pipeline of short and long term jobs supporting and strengthening our existing industries, as well as laying the foundation for jobs of the future.

As part of the $229.2 Rebuilding our TAFEs package, the Peel Recovery Plan includes upgrades to TAFE infrastructure in the region.

It also includes $10.38 million for the Pinjarra Senior High School for a new permanent performing arts centre and sports hall, as part of the Major School Upgrade package.

Under the WA Government’s revamped Buy Local policy, local businesses will be better positioned and supported to carry out this work.

The Peel region will also benefit from a range of State-wide programs included in the WA Recovery Plan.

The full list of projects can be viewed at the In this together website.

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Page reviewed 8 August 2020