Academics, businesspeople and government officials gathered on the Sunshine Coast this week to discuss how the ripple effect of the new multi-billion dollar Kawana Health Precinct can help the whole region.
The conference looked at ways in which the Sunshine Coast can leverage the enormous investment made in the hub to maximise economic outcomes across not just health but multiple business sectors.
As the Sunshine Coast Daily reported, the health infrastructure was forecast to inject more than $3 billion into the local economy, followed by a further $447 million per year once the Sunshine Coast Public University Hospital is operational.
Sunshine Coast Business Council chair Sandy Zubrinch said the Sunshine Coast was already beginning to experience some of the economic benefits presented by the health campus.
"The ripple effect stemming from the new development will be widespread and extend far beyond the health sector and the suburbs immediately surrounding the precinct.
"The impact will be vast and across all industries - whether it's the provision of accommodation, laundry services, floral arrangements, servicing of equipment, IT support or even hospitality offerings, a broad range of services will be required to support the new health hub,’’ Ms Zubrinch told the Daily.
At Henzells we have certainly noticed increased levels of optimism and demand since the project was announced.
Our new office at Currimundi, on the doorstep of the emerging world-class health project, is experiencing high numbers of walk-in enquiries and properties are being successfully rented out to high-quality tenants as soon as they are listed with us.
In the past 7 days alone our property management team placed tenants in 10 rental properties, with properties in the hospital catchment amongst the hottest in demand.
Henzells is one of the largest managers of rental properties in the Caloundra region and is always on the lookout for new listings.
We have a knowledgeable, highly trained team and our state of the art tracking system puts your property in the sights of qualified, pre-approved tenants as soon as it becomes available for rent.
There’s no reason why your investment property should be sitting empty in this current climate.
For the best advice, service and results give our Business Development Manager for Property Management, Jono Elston, a call today on (07) 5491 2000.