Opportunities Continue to Grow in North Lakes Amidst Booming Developments

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North Lakes continues to offer more job opportunities to its residents as it continues to grow economically. More business opportunities are set to open in the area with the help of the recently approved retail, dining, and lifestyle precinct Laguna North Lakes.

North Lakes, located in one of Queensland’s fastest growing area, is already home to some of the biggest retailers like Ikea, Target, Coles, Dan Murphy and Big W which are under the roof of the newly built Westfield.


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More Jobs in Moreton Bay

With the addition of Laguna North Lakes, more than 5,000 jobs can be created in the next years as the precinct attracts more business investments in the area.

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The Moreton Bay Regional Council economic development is now focused on driving more job opportunities in the area through its economic development action plan.

The Council’s plan includes investment attraction and business development which helps in unlocking thousands of job opportunities.

It was estimated that the currently available jobs in North Lakes can double from 7,700 to 13,000 by 2023. This is can be attributed to the Council’s effective master planning and major investment in infrastructure like the Redcliffe Peninsula Line, as well as high residential densities.

In 2017 alone, 900 new retail jobs opened for the community as big retailers and specialty stores flocked to Westfield North Lakes.

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The addition of the $250 million Laguna North Lakes development in the area is sure to unlock more jobs for the community. Upon completion, the commercial development will feature 5,000 sqm of boutique retail, 10,000 sqm of commercial office space, a regionally significant function and events centre, a 140-room hotel, and a new aquatic centre. The commercial precinct opens up major employment opportunities for various industries.

New Commercial Building

Plan for the new commercial building. Photo credit: Moreton Bay Regional Council PD Online

Another application for a commercial building at 30 Torres Crescent, North Lakes is pending approval from the council. Once approved, the commercial building is set to open a hardware centre, commercial services, contractor’s depot, indoor recreation, office, technology industry, vehicle hire depot, vehicle sales yard and warehouse. That means more available jobs for the community.

Rapidly Growing Suburb

North Lakes has been named as Australia’s best master planned community last May 2017, and Queensland’s fastest growing region in the 2016 Census. There is no doubt that the region will continue to grow as more residents, job seekers, and investors are attracted to the area.


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