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 Start, Grow, Relocate

The City of Belmont offers many opportunities and resources for business to start up, grow and/or relocate to this convenient location.

Located just 5 kilometres and five minutes drive from the CBD with unparalleled access to key transport infrastructure such as the Graham Farmer Freeway, Great Eastern Highway, Kewdale Freight Train Terminal and Perth Airport, Belmont enjoys logistical advantages over other commercial and industrial areas.

The City offers an array of tools and services to help you make the right decisions for your business.


Start

An interactive map of each parcel of land in the City of Belmont can be found by visiting the City’s Intramaps. Intramaps will help you identify zoning, the existence of easements or other drainage infrastructure, property size and lot numbers for every property in Belmont.

The City’s innovative Local Planning Scheme 15 (LPS15) guides the development of land within Belmont. The Zoning Table within the scheme document identifies the permitted land use for all properties in Belmont and helps identify where your business can best operate.

The City’s Home Based Business policy seeks to encourage the growth of this important business sector. For example, with the right approvals, up to two employees are able to work from within your home. The Working From Home planning information sheet will guide you if approvals are required and there are no fees for your application.

To assist with your business planning the City of Belmont offers a range of statistical tools and data that can be manipulated to suit your needs. Click here for more information on local statistics.


Grow

Opportunity Card

Belmont is the ‘City of Opportunity’ and offers residents and businesses an Opportunity Card that allows access to a range of discounts and special offers specific to locals! It’s a great way to boost your profile in the community, show your support for local businesses AND increase sales.

As a local business, you can choose to:

•    Offer discounts to residents; or

•    Offer discounts to businesses participating in the scheme

Have a look at the Opportunity Card page to see a list of participating businesses and what’s on offer.

Grants & Funding

The City of Belmont produces a quarterly Community Grants Guide to help the local resident and business community identify funding and grants that may support their organisation.

Updated regularly, the guide provides funding agency details, website links and contact details, as well as information about particular funds and grants. The City encourages organisations seeking funding to review the Guide on a regular basis.

For further information, contact the City’s Grants & Business Support Officer on 9477 7222, or email business@belmont.wa.gov.au

Relocate

From a small commercial office on the Great Eastern Highway to a large lot industrial estate featuring warehouses with high trusses, the City of Belmont Property Alert! service may be able to assist you in finding your next place of business. 

All you need to do is let the City’s Property and Economic Development team know what you are looking for and we’ll distribute the information to our database of local agents and developers. We’ll then let you know if any responses could be what you’re looking for. Simply email the details of the property you require to business@belmont.wa.gov.au