Mining the Pilbara Presentation
‘Developments in the Pilbara and
Plans for the Future’
10 July 2014
Kelly Howlett
Mayor
To...
Port Hedland - Today
Population 20,000
Residential growth: 5.5% p.a. (WA 2.8% p.a., Australian 1.6% p.a.)
Approximately 5,...
Port Hedland – Growth of the Town
Council Growth:
Building approvals – $143 million in the past 6 months, since January th...
Pilbara’s Port City Growth Plan Vision
• A sustainable population of 50,000 by 2035
• Development of 15,000-17,000 new dwe...
Achieving the Port Hedland Vision
Sustained and Diversified Economic Growth
• Increased Small and Medium Enterprises
• Funding of Small Business Incubators
...
Project status update 1:
Port Hedland Waterfront and Marina
The waterfront will be a place which is
vibrant, day and night...
Project status update 2:
Kingsford Smith Business Park
• The Kingsford Smith Business Park is the
latest light industrial,...
Strengthening Local Communities and Culture
Improving Quality of Life for Residents
• Facilitate a Sustainable Permanent P...
Strengthening Local Communities and Culture
Indigenous Matters
• Encourage Indigenous Art and Cultural Awareness
• Increas...
Building and Infrastructure Capacity
• Funding of Pilbara Fabrication & Services Common User Facility
• Funding of Port He...
Project status update 3:
Renewable Energy
• New Energy Proposal
Waste to Energy Plant – Investment Opportunity
• Solar Far...
Project status update 4:
Port Hedland International Airport Redevelopment
• Freight Logistics
• Airside Operations
• Apron...
Summary
Port Hedland is growing – and growing fast!
Town of Port Hedland is a proud project partner
with industry
Port Hed...
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Kelly Howlett - Town of Port Hedland - Mayor’s Address – Developments in the Pilbara and Plans for the Future

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Kelly Howlett delivered the presentation at the 2014 Mining the Pilbara Conference.

The 2014 Mining the Pilbara Conference explored current projects and regulatory updates in the Pilbara region.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.informa.com.au/pilbaramining14

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Kelly Howlett - Town of Port Hedland - Mayor’s Address – Developments in the Pilbara and Plans for the Future

  1. 1. Mining the Pilbara Presentation ‘Developments in the Pilbara and Plans for the Future’ 10 July 2014 Kelly Howlett Mayor Town of Port Hedland, Western Australia
  2. 2. Port Hedland - Today Population 20,000 Residential growth: 5.5% p.a. (WA 2.8% p.a., Australian 1.6% p.a.) Approximately 5,000 FIFO  10,000 Median personal income $1,400pw (more than double WA median) Owner-occupied dwellings: 26.6% (WA: 67.4%) Rented dwellings: 67.6% (WA: 29.2%) Median population age: 31 (WA: 36) Median weekly rental: $2,000+ Mining/Port Operations account for 80% of the Town’s economy
  3. 3. Port Hedland – Growth of the Town Council Growth: Building approvals – $143 million in the past 6 months, since January this year Compared to ... ($10 million in 2005) Staff – 100 in 2005 compared to 200+ 2014 (doubled in a decade) Budget – $123 million compared to $30 million in 2005 Rateable income – $23.7 million Rateable Properties – 6,981 ... (5,200 in 2005) Airport Passenger Numbers – 450,000 p.a. ... (110,000 in 2005).
  4. 4. Pilbara’s Port City Growth Plan Vision • A sustainable population of 50,000 by 2035 • Development of 15,000-17,000 new dwellings in Port Hedland • Development of 125,000m2 of additional retail/commercial floor space • A cultural/entertainment hub in the West End • Approximately 4,300Ha of Industrial Land • Facilitating Social, Community, Cultural and Economic Diversity • Creating an attractive liveable City
  5. 5. Achieving the Port Hedland Vision
  6. 6. Sustained and Diversified Economic Growth • Increased Small and Medium Enterprises • Funding of Small Business Incubators • Development of Kingsford Smith Business Park • Facilitate Development of a Local Construction Industry/Workforce • Investigation of Agricultural and Aquaculture Opportunities (Food Bowl) • Expansion of Tourism and Marketing Opportunities • Establishment of a University, Vocational, Training and Research Facilities • Establishment of a Defence Presence in Port Hedland • Facilitate Development of a Marina
  7. 7. Project status update 1: Port Hedland Waterfront and Marina The waterfront will be a place which is vibrant, day and night, and allows formal and informal experiences with public, community, commercial/office and retail uses, as well as short stay facilities. Mr Todd Wood Senior Development Manager LandCorp Telephone: (08) 9482 7893 Facsimile: (08) 9481 0861 Mobile: 0417 788 666 Email: Todd.Wood@landcorp.com.au Web: www.landcorp.com.au
  8. 8. Project status update 2: Kingsford Smith Business Park • The Kingsford Smith Business Park is the latest light industrial, bulky goods, showroom and commercial land release within Port Hedland. • It will provide a range of lot types and sizes and thereby encourage a diverse mix of light and service industrial, warehousing and bulky goods commercial business opportunities. Mr David Westbury Town of Port Hedland Manager Economic Development & Strategy Telephone: (08) 9158 9309 Facsimile: (08) 9158 9399 Email: mgreld@porthedland.wa.gov.au Web: www.porthedland.wa.gov.au
  9. 9. Strengthening Local Communities and Culture Improving Quality of Life for Residents • Facilitate a Sustainable Permanent Population with normalised Demographics • Reduce Cost of Living • Improve and Expand Social & Community Infrastructure • Funding of Improved and Expanded Health Care (Hospitals, Medical Centres, Specialist Services, Allied Health) • Improve Child Care – Facilities, Access and Affordability • Improved Access to Education (Tertiary, Vocational and Research Facilities) • Mobility - Reduce Cost of Air Travel • Greater Choice of Commercial and Retail Services • Affordable Housing
  10. 10. Strengthening Local Communities and Culture Indigenous Matters • Encourage Indigenous Art and Cultural Awareness • Increased Indigenous Participation in Growth and Prosperity • Increased Indigenous Workforce Participation and Elevation • Address Remote Community and Infrastructure Issues • Increased Child Protection • Addressing Parenting Education • Funding of Temporary Town Accommodation for Remote Aboriginal Communities/Visitors
  11. 11. Building and Infrastructure Capacity • Funding of Pilbara Fabrication & Services Common User Facility • Funding of Port Hedland International Airport Redevelopment • Funding of Transport Infrastructure/Local Road Network • Funding of the WA Regional Freight Network Plan • Funding of Utilities Infrastructure (Water, Sewer, Electricity, NWIS) • Facilitate Renewable Energy Infrastructure Projects such as Solar Power and Waste Recovery • Investment in Research Facility for Renewable Energy in Town • Delivery of National Broadband Network
  12. 12. Project status update 3: Renewable Energy • New Energy Proposal Waste to Energy Plant – Investment Opportunity • Solar Farm Proposal • 20 hectares • Council is negotiating the development of the first 3.5 hectares to facilitate the provision of power to the Port Hedland International Airport. • Project status: pending grant funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency ($14M) for a hybrid battery . New Energy Solar Farm Mr Jason Pugh Mr Nigel Allfrey General Manager Managing Director New Energy Corporation Pty Ltd BeauSol Telephone: (08) 9226 0722 Telephone: 02 8006 0408 Facsimile: (08) 9481 8023 Mobile: 0448 777 733 Mobile: 0411 308 080 Email: iinfo@newenergycorp.com.au Email: nigelallfrey@beausol.com.au Web: www.newenergycorp.com.au Web: www.beausol.com.au
  13. 13. Project status update 4: Port Hedland International Airport Redevelopment • Freight Logistics • Airside Operations • Apron Extension • Terminal • Ground Transport • Investment Opportunity via Long Term Lease
  14. 14. Summary Port Hedland is growing – and growing fast! Town of Port Hedland is a proud project partner with industry Port Hedland has a bright future LOTS IS PLANNED – TEAM WORK IS ESSENTIAL Website for updates: http://www.porthedland.wa.gov.au Together “community & industry” can create history
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