Entries now open for Wyndham Business Awards 2017

Wyndham Business Awards

Launched on 24th May at the Luncheon in the presence of local business community and RMIT professor Bruce Wilson. Any Wyndham Business which is making contribution to the local community and Wyndhams economy is welcomed by the organisers to enter the awards. Wyndham Business Awards is supported by Wyndham City and other business sponsors. There are various Awards Categories: AWARD CATEGORIES Logistics Manufacture Personal Services Professional Services Retail Tourism and Hospitality Trade and Other Services Home Based New and Emerging EXCELLENCE AWARDS Innovation Award Sustainability Award Business Person of the…

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The City of Wyndham population forecast for 2017 is 225,077

The City of Wyndham population forecast for 2017 is 225,077, and is forecast to grow to 424,476 by 2036. The City of Wyndham population and household forecasts present what is driving population change in the community and how the population, age structure and household types will change each year between 2011 and 2036. The forecasts are designed to provide community groups, Council, investors, business, students and the general public with knowledge to make confident decisions about the future.             more information in the post very…

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Game Changing Chirnside Park Redevelopment On The Way

Chirnside Park Werribee

The $11.75 million redevelopment of Chirnside Park is progressing quickly, with the old pavilion and toilet block being demolished to make way for a new double story pavilion. Due to be completed by December 2017, Wyndham City CEO, Kelly Grigsby, welcomed the milestone in the valuable community project. “The redevelopment of the Chirnside Park Hub, the home of the Werribee Tigers and other sporting clubs, has been on the cards for many years. The demolition of the old pavilion and toilet block is an important step in this project,” Ms…

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Let’s shape our future together

wyndhamcity.com - email

Community input is increasingly important as we move towards improving service delivery and how we connect with each other using digital technology. We want to know what’s important to the community to help shape Council services, now and into the future. Council is trialing a new initiative and some residents will be receiving a brochure or email with some more information. Find out more about the initiative or check the FAQs page Wyndham City now offers ratepayers the opportunity to receive payment notices via email with an incentive for those…

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