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  • In raw numbers Busselton showed the largest population growth with approximately 5000 new residents. Capel was next with 4,400 residents and then Harvey with 3,700 and Dardanup with approximately 2,000
  • Broadly the SW Region is: The largest regional employer in WA 2 nd largest region by growth after the Pilbara 4 th largest by growth rate – but starting from a large base Largest region of employment by number outside of the peel-metro area? _ largest by growth with x%.
  • 9% growth in population in Perth over this time Peel – over double the commuters that must leave the sub-region for work
  • Largest growth is in producer services with 2687 net new jobs created 334 total new export jobs 1570 total new consumer services

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  • The South-West EconomyLiving and Working in the South-West Planning Institute of Australia
  • Hi! Census 2011  Household profiles  Employment profiles  Economy profiles Change over time Spatial Data  LGAs  Activity centres still to come Observations
  • Affordable living?
  • Employment capacity - Perth
  • Job Profiles Number of future jobs baseline Type of job defines economic resilience and prosperity
  • Employment EmploymentTop 10 Industries Change 2006 2011School Education 3,217 4,041 824Cafes, Restaurants and Takeaway Food Services 2,098 2,501 403Supermarket and Grocery Stores 1,679 1,753 74Basic Non-Ferrous Metal Manufacturing 1,172 1,737 565Accommodation 1,560 1,637 77Hospitals 1,286 1,631 345Building Installation Services 850 1,429 579Sheep, Beef Cattle and Grain Farming 1,497 1,352 -145Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction 429 1,182 753Local Government Administration 979 1,162 183
  • Employment EmploymentTop Ten Strategic Industries Change 2006 2011Basic Non-Ferrous Metal Manufacturing 1,172 1,737 565Sheep, Beef Cattle and Grain Farming 1,497 1,352 -145School Education 3,217 4,041 824Architectural, Engineering and Technical Services 623 948 325Coal Mining 519 626 107Metal Ore Mining 714 496 -218Legal and Accounting Services 602 731 129State Government Administration 911 920 9Dairy Cattle Farming 596 503 -93Beverage Manufacturing 1,049 1,046 -3
  • Employment EmploymentTop Ten Industries by ECF Change 2006 2011Dairy Cattle Farming 12.72 12.76 0.04Coal Mining 10.81 11.78 0.97Log Sawmilling and Timber Dressing 10.94 9.71 -1.23Basic Polymer Manufacturing 10.35 9.42 -0.93Fruit and Tree Nut Growing 6.71 6.59 -0.12Beverage Manufacturing 6.05 6.28 0.23Forestry and Logging 5.51 5.85 0.34Electricity Generation 5.07 5.09 0.01Hunting and Trapping - 4.46 4.46Other Crop Growing 1.26 4.09 2.83
  • Observations FIFO is the icing on the cake Local competitive advantage is key to employment growth SW is becoming more ‘normal’  Knowledge intensive consumer services  Agglomerations around infrastructure and areas of natural advantage  Commuting becoming the norm
  • Regional economicdevelopment Capacity to develop  Urban economies  Diversity of activity  ‘Natural’ population growth  Skilled labour force Drivers to develop  Natural competitive advantages  Major project attraction  Supply chain augmentation  Available sources of capital  Local entrepreneurship
  • Continue the conversationJason McFarlanejmcfarlane@pracsys.com.au0412 836147www.pracsys.com.au/blog