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The City of Playford, City of Salisbury and City of Tea Tree Gully have developed this project, with financial support from the Minister for the Northern Suburbs and with a shared strategic direction of raising the profile of the Northern Region of Adelaide as a primary region in South Australia for new investment, business attraction and retention of existing businesses.
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The NBN will provide the infrastructure that will allow telephone on internet service providers to deliver advanced digital services to the nation. This multi-billion dollar investment will be the single largest nation building infrastructure project in Australian history.
The strategic importance of NBN roll out is highlighted in the ‘Our local economy’ section of Council’s Strategic Plan 2011 – 2015. The Strategic Direction (5 – 30 years) is to “capitalise on opportunities created by the National Broadband Network rollout”. The demonstrated outcomes for the next five years are as follows:
The roll out of the NBN and the opportunity to deliver advanced digital services to our city will form a key part of the digital strategy we are currently developing.
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Business Enterprise Centre (BEC) Tea Tree Gully offers advice and assistance for those looking at starting a business in CTTG or who want to develop their existing small or home-based business in CTTG.
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North East Development Agency is an association of business, government and community leaders in CTTG, who share a commitment to building prosperity and creating opportunity and engage in a variety of economic and community development activities of benefit to the City.
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The City's key industry sectors are retail, construction, light manufacturing, professional and commercial services, and health and community services. We also have a growing number of home-based, small and emerging businesses. The ageing population is likely to exacerbate ongoing skills shortages, as the baby boomer generation progressively retires from the workforce during the next 10 years. Our transport networks, population, workforce education and training, and infrastructure affect our economy and our ability to increase business opportunities. Council will focus on supporting existing businesses and business sectors, while encouraging and facilitating new opportunities, such as the high speed broadband project, to develop our local economy.