GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Land Banker will absolutely love it! http://www.starweekly.com.au/news/funds-flow-farm-water/

https://www.weeklytimesnow.com.au/news/victoria/coalition-makes-bid-to-build-new-irrigated-horticulture-zones-at-balliang-and-black-rock/news-story/c4952e3401f5146a365cfc0e370c8f4e?nk=b0e18c16741b5cf01a0e8f08b91223b6-1553667257

https://www.stephryan.com.au/liberal_nationals_securing_water_to_boost_victoria_s_food_production

http://www.westernwater.com.au/files/assets/public/documents/fact-sheets-and-brochures/win-project/win-project-update-may-2018.pdf

GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Land Banker will absolutely love it.
Reliance Real Estate is proud to present 87 acres approx flat land mixed use farming zone in Balliang and this land parcel is situated on Bacchusmarsh-Geelong road.

Balliang has the potential to be a regionally significant hub for agribusiness and industry. Benefits include its position away from residential uses, proximity to the Bacchus Marsh Irrigation District and access to the freeway. Balliang is suited not to a single agribusiness, but rather a range of mainly vertically integrated businesses that will drive local prosperity and employment growth. Likely occupiers include meat processing, feed lot/sale-yards, mushrooms, poultry, hydroponics and associated co-located industries.

As Melbourne grows to an expected population of seven to eight million people by 2050, it will need at least 60 per cent more food and research shows that if the citys footprint continues to grow, population growth and urban sprawl will reduce the capacity of Melbournes food bowl to meet the citys food needs from 41 per cent to around 18 per cent by 2050.

Government is working with Breamlea and Balliang communities to develop business cases on the opportunities to use recycled water from Melbourne and Geelong. The greatest opportunity for development is at Balliang on the back of Western Waters Melton recycled water plant, which processes 40,000 megalitres of Class A water annually.

The recycled water plant at Black Rock has the capacity to produce 18 gigalitres of recycled water a year looking for opportunities to expand on the back of strong growth in domestic and export demand for agribusiness & hydroponics.

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