Forecast 56,000 jobs in Ipswich, Queensland



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The Department of Infrastructure and Transport report into the future of south-east Queensland has forecast that more than 56,000 jobs will be created in Ipswich’s central suburbs by 2026..

2016

April 14, 2016 Full Report:www.couriermail.com.au/realestate/southeast-queensland-and-commuter-corridors-in-victoria-offer-best-prospects-for-property-price-growth-new-report-shows

Southeast Queensland and commuter corridors in Victoria offer best prospects for property price growth, new report shows:

Ipswich, Qld: A report by the Department of Infrastructure and Transport forecast 56,000 jobs will be created in Ipswich’s central suburbs by 2026. The jobs growth, coupled with affordable prices, will fuel demand for housing

This “New Report” forecasting “forecast 56,000 jobs in Ipswich” was reported on by the Queensland Times in 2013…


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21st Sep 2013 – Full Report: www.qt.com.au/news/ipswich-poised-for-boom

A FEDERAL Government report has predicted Ipswich will become the fastest-growing region for population and jobs in south-east Queensland.

The Department of Infrastructure and Transport report into the future of south-east Queensland has forecast that more than 56,000 jobs will be created in Ipswich’s central suburbs by 2026.

The report predicts that most of the new jobs will come on the back of the manufacturing sector, spurring a retail and services boom.

It also projected the population of Ipswich’s central and eastern suburbs will explode over the next two decades.

More than 140,000 new residents are expected to move to central Ipswich and 124,000 to eastern Ipswich, which includes Springfield and Goodna.

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