Economic Development

Public comment is sought on the Town's draft Economic Development Strategy that was endorsed for advertising by Council on 22 May 2018.  For more information and how to comment on the draft strategy, head to the Economic Development Strategy in the Have your Say section. 

 Have Your Say 

In August 2017, Council resolved to prepare an Economic Development Strategy (EDS).  An EDS is a key starting point to promoting economic development opportunities in the Town, the promotion of such opportunities is listed as Strategy 5.1 of Strategic Community Plan. Economic Development Strategies are common documents amongst local governments and encompass a number of areas that contribute to the economic activity and growth of the area, such as place management, customer experience, marketing and business improvements, and the attraction of business and investment.

Western Suburbs Business Association
The Town of Cambridge is an Alliance Partner of the Western Suburbs Business Association (WSBA), which is a member-based organisation that delivers member benefits to local business. This includes member advocacy as well as networking and business development opportunities. 

Becoming a member of the WSBA is a great way to get involved in the local business community.  To find out more about how membership can benefit you and your business visit WSBA.