Northern Growth Alliance

The Northern Growth Alliance comprises of the local government areas of Chittering, Dandaragan and Gingin and is a peri-urban, coastal and agricultural region of investment, business and economic potential.

The region has experienced a period of significant growth in jobs and industry and is poised to capitalise on its existing natural assets, which include mineral resources, groundwater availability and extensive tourism opportunities.

To better guide investment and drive collective development solutions, the Wheatbelt Development Commission has led the formation of the Northern Growth Alliance, comprising representation from the shires of Chittering, Dandaragan and Gingin. 

Part of this process is ensuring growth is sustainable and well-planned, with short, medium and long-term projects and initiatives that maximise the opportunities and identify triggers for future development. 

Perth’s Northern Growth Corridor Jobs and Economic Outlook 2050 is intended to guide the long term planning of the region, setting out the vision for sustained growth to the year 2050. 

To read more about the Perth’s Northern Growth Corridor Jobs and Economic Outlook 2050 view the PDF below:

Perths Northern Growth Outlook 2050 Executive Summary

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In collaboration with the Northern Growth Alliance, the WDC procured the development of a strategic discussion paper for the Northern Growth Corridor.

The paper explores emerging planning and infrastructure issues and examines the case for a State-led, coordinated land use and infrastructure planning exercise. Since finalising the discussion paper, WDC have continued to work with InfrastructureWA and the WA Planning Commission

to advocate for a sub-regional approach to land use planning and infrastructure delivery.


Click the link to read the discussion paper.

Northern Growth Corridor Strategic Discussion Paper

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