The overarching strategic policy A Metropolis of Three Cities by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment guides development in Greater Sydney over the next 20 years. Liverpool is identified as a strategic centre in the plan with a role to provide a hub for jobs and services in South West Sydney.
The development of the health and education precinct in the Liverpool City Centre will play a critical role in underpinning growth. The Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek will also be a catalyst in this expansion.
The City Economy Unit is committed to working with businesses and other stakeholders to provide an environment that supports sustainable economic growth and business opportunities.
The team is responsible for facilitating the process of developing and implementing strategic policies, projects and actions to guide the future economic prosperity of the city through the attraction, growth and support of businesses in the city. Council's decision-making is informed by the latest economic and demographic information.
The City Economy Unit implements the Economic Development Strategy to guide the economic development of the city.
The City Economy Unit members are:
Julie Scott, Manager, City Economy
Chris Guthrie, Co-ordinator Business Development (on secondment)
Emily Tinson, Senior Officer, City Innovation
Daniel Watson Hayes, Acting International Engagement and Trade Advisor
Lance Chia, Manager, Liverpool Innovation Precinct
Kerrie Elliott, Acting Co-ordinator Business Development
Tracy Lee, Business Programs Officer
Alicia Draper, Business Programs Officer
Liz Young, Employment Officer
Susana Freitas, Tourism Development Officer
Beau Reid, Senior Officer City Placemaking
Nicole Voorhout, Project Support Officer
Robin Dean, Project Support Officer
|Elizabeth Pirolo, Economic Development Assistant |
Tel: 02 8711 7867
Jessica Bono, Business Events Officer