Employment lands play an important role in supporting jobs growth. Jobs are important for individuals, communities and the economy. Therefore it is important that there is enough land, located in the right places, for jobs to be created.
The aim of the Employment Lands Development Monitor (ELDM) is to provide the data and evidence needed to inform planning decisions that enable job creation.
The ELDM contains information on:
The ELDM is a research tool for developers and investors in the industrial property and business park markets. It is also a source of information for Government agencies, utilities and councils involved in the planning and servicing of lands designated for employment‐related activities.
The ELDM was previously known as the Employment Lands Development Program (ELDP). It has been renamed to the ELDM to recognise that its primary role is to present current and historical data on the use of land for employment generating activities across the Sydney Metropolitan Area and Central Coast region. The renaming also coincides with a shift from a hard copy/PDF publication to a digital publication, and the inclusion of new data to recognise changes in the economy and the growing role of commercial and retail industries as employment generators.
Page last updated: 01/08/2017