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Thursday, 15 August 2013

Clients in the Media using REMPLAN

Frankston City Council - St Kilda Football Club

St Kilda’s move to Frankston will give the Saints brand new state of the art facilities, but the benefits for the local community will be immense.

Frankston City Council’s own REMPLAN economic impact study has forecast over $42.5m p.a. of on-flow benefits to the local community once the Saints settle in Frankston.

While the oval will be predominantly used by the Saints it will also be available as a training venue for the Dandenong Stingrays and a game day venue for local junior competitions and local community groups.

Cheap Imports Hurting Aussie Producers
 

Weekly Times Now, July 30 2013

NATIONALS Senator Bridget McKenzie says Australia needs safeguards against the dumping of cheap imported fruit.

''Tomato and fruit processing plays a vital role in the Goulburn Valley economy and not just through direct employment.''

Economic analysis by REMPLAN shows that for every 100 jobs lost in the fruit manufacturing sector, up to a further 221 jobs could be lost in the Shepparton economy as a flow-on effect.
 
Skilled migration ‘too good to lose’ in south-west

 

The Standard, July 17, 2013
“The reality of the skilled migration program is that for a small investment it has brought about significant economic and flow-on benefits,” Mr Hoggan (Great South Coast Skilled Migration project manager) said.

“Looking at Moyne Shire alone, REMPLAN economic modelling data estimates that 30 skilled candidates generate annually $14.6 million in direct (productivity) output, and industry and consumption flow-on effects.

“While some skilled migration might occur without the program, it has been widely stated that many employers would endure a skill shortage within their business rather than attempt to fill a vacancy through skilled migration unassisted.” 

Mr Hoggan said the region’s total skilled migrant recruitment for the five years to June 30 was 78 in Warrnambool, 44 in Glenelg, 34 in Corangamite/Colac Otway, 33 in Southern Grampians and 30 in Moyne. 

Sutherland Shire - Tourism Awards


 
Tourism awards toast the best operators in Sutherland Shire. June 26, 2013

The best and brightest of Sutherland Shire’s $367 million tourism industry were feted tonight in the fifth annual Shire Tourism Awards.

 Sutherland Shire mayor Kent Johns said the awards highlighted the passion, enthusiasm and efforts of local businesses and individuals in growing tourism in the shire.

Recent data on the value of tourism obtained from independent research group REMPLAN for June 2013 paints a diverse, strong and vibrant industry.

‘‘According to the latest figures, the total value of tourism output for the shire is estimated at more than $367 million, an increase of $31 million since December 2012,’’ Cr Johns said.

Surf Coast Shire - Construction industry flexes muscles

 

Surf Coast Times, May 11 2013
The local construction industry is going from strength to strength with all the sales in stage two of the West Coast Business Park so far sold to construction related businesses.

According to economic modelling consultants REMPLAN, employment in the construction industry on the Surf Coast is now on par with the retail industry, with construction at 13.4 per cent and retail at 13.5 per cent of employment in the Surf Coast Shire. This accounts for 954 and 959 jobs respectively.
 
Northern Grampians Shire Council – Impacts of Floods

 
The Sawtell Times- News “Flood bill rises to $22 million”, May 4, 2012.
 
“REGION - The estimated cost of repairs to damage caused by the flood events between September (2011) and January (2012) has continued to increase.

Northern Grampians Shire Council's latest estimate is that overall, the known impact on the Northern Grampians Shire economy from the direct and indirect losses directly attributed to all of the flood and storm events in 2011, is calculated at $22.17 million.

 Municipal Recovery Manager for the shire, Greg Little, said the direct loss estimates from the floods for local businesses were considered to be around $260,000 and a further $11 million for primary producers.

 "Economic modelling tool 'REMPLAN' calculates that the economic impact to our shire of this is a total cost of $16.4 million. This is further compounded by the December event in which 19 businesses with losses of at least $161,500 has been identified and primary producer losses of $3.71 million - a 'REMPLAN' total cost calculation of $5,673,000." Mr Little said.
 
Wodonga City Council - Healthy climate for city traders

  

The Border Mail, March 19, 2012
WODONGA’S economy is growing fast, partly because big employers are spreading their profits by buying locally, a new council report says.
Businesses in Wodonga are said to have spent $1.55 billion in local purchases last year, up 10.22 per cent.
The Defence Department is one of the biggest purchasers of local goods and services, ranging from fuel and automotive parts to medical services and fitness equipment.
Confirmation of the city’s healthy economy comes from the latest economic data made available by analysts REMPLAN and released by Wodonga Council yesterday.
 
 

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