Middle Arm Industrial Precinct
Location: Middle Arm Peninsula, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Project proponent: Land Development Corporation - land owner
Sector: Industrial / commercial
Investment type: Industrial land
Project status: Investor ready
Located on the Middle Arm Peninsula in Darwin Harbour the proposed 600 hectare to accommodate large strategic industries for downstream gas processing and gas related developments. Overall, the precinct can accommodate a range of incoming industries including:
- Industrial - oil and gas, chemical
- Utilities - power generation
- Logistics - rail
The precinct has an extensive product corridor network for the efficient transmission of utilities, gas, feedstock and products. Current and future development areas can provide lot sizes from five hectares to 160ha.
The precinct has an area identified for water access, this provides an opportunity for the development of wharf facilities. The precinct also has planning in place for a rail yard and connection to the existing rail network.
Land at Middle Arm will be turned off on a project by project basis, as the need arises. Those looking to invest in the Northern Territory and that require large, strategic industrial sites, should look to Middle Arm Industrial Precinct as a development option.
As the Northern Territory Government’s strategic land developer the Land Development Corporation plays a crucial role in planning for economic growth and development of the Northern Territory. The corporation aims to deliver strategic land and investment opportunities to the Northern Territory market in a commercial manner.
Senior Business Manager
Land Development Corporation
Phone: +61 8 8944 0907
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