Surfcoast and the Geelong Ring Road

The Geelong Ring Road is nearing completion. A small overpass at the Waurn Ponds end that connects onto the Old Geelong Road is all that is left d the duplication and upgrade of Princes Highway West. Funded by the City of Greater Geelong, G21, the Committee for Geelong and RDV, the report will inform Council and agency planning processes for services and infrastructure. Released three weeks ago, the report shows how the Ring Road and Princes Highway Upgrade are expected to increase the region’s population, industry and employment opportunities, and how this

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is likely to impact on the region’s land use requirements. It also presents specific recommendations on how the region can make the most of the opportunities that these important pieces of infrastructure present. The information provided may affect land rezoning and help target investment attraction efforts. The report will also help us understand which businesses are likely to relocate because of the infrastructure improvements. This may well result in freeing up of some large sites with redevelopment potential for more valuable uses. Click here to view the “Economic & Land Use Impacts of the Geelong Ring Road” (2009) red-rocks-2-anglesea-1