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Category: Organisation
Binomial Name: West Australian Government
Sub Category:Statutory Body
State/Country:Western Australia, Australia
Summary Information:
'LandCorp is the Western Australian Government's land and property development agency.

Focusing on sustainable development across the state, LandCorp's work is aimed at securing economic and social prosperity for all Western Australians.

As the State's specialist land development agency, LandCorp implements major Government land and infrastructure projects to meet the economic and social needs of Western Australia.

LandCorp's services include:

Providing sufficient industrial land to meet the State's economic needs
Providing major regional infrastructure developments
Disposing of surplus government land assets
Urban infill and renewal projects
Townsite development throughout the state

LandCorp has experience in each stage of a project's process from initial identification of land needs, through to planning, construction and marketing.

And because of its breadth of experience and project team approach, LandCorp has the flexibility to fulfil a range of roles and tailor its resources to meet individual needs.

These roles range from consultancy to project management, full equity involvement and joint venture.

LandCorp is responsible to the Minister for Planning and Infrastructure.' (LandCorp -Western Australian Government, 'About LandCorp':,35643&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL (at 21 June 2005)).

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