Thursday, 8 December 2011

Parramatta. Business in the LGA

The Parramatta local government area was the home to 15,000 businesses in 2006. Some 7000, or 45 per cent, were located in the CBD, of which 33 each employed over 200 staff. Some 93 per cent of the CBD total employed less than five people.


Parramatta. Site sold for $350,000

Parramatta City Council has resolved to sell 64 Phillip Street, an area of 94.9 square metres, to the owner of the adjacent property housing Barnaby’s restaurant, for $350,000. Wallaroo Properties Pty Ltd has lodged aDA with council for alterations to the heritage listed building, at 66-68 Phillip Street, and construction of a 21 storey residential development containing 49 apartments over four levels of basement carparking. Barnaby’s restaurant will be used as a restaurant/cafe. The estimated cost of work: $15.3 million. The Western Sydney Joint Regional Planning Panel will determine the proposal


Parramatta. Forum moved to May

Following the success of its one-day economic development forum, in March this year, Parramatta City Council plans to hold a similar event, possibly over two days, May 2012. The initial date of the event was March 2012.