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The Local Government Area (LGA) Research Report is a comprehensive due diligence report produced for the research eager investor. The report (usually 30 - 40 pages depending on the size of the region) informs us on an area's potential growth, demand, social demographics, population forecasts and local infrastructure. The LGA report also includes the History of the City, Community Services and Facilities; the Public Transport System, a residential market overview plus more.

Your LGA Report will include:

 

LGA GEOGRAPHY

·     Compass Bearing

·     Distance to capital City

·     Land Use

·     Surrounding LGA’s

·     LGA location map

·     Average Temperature

·     Average Rainfall

 

POPULATION AND FORCASTING

Forecasts & Projections

 

DEMOGRAPHIC SNAPSHOT

·     Selected Averages

·     Population Growth and Distribution

·     Age Distribution

·     Birth Place

·     Marital Status

·     Level Of Education

·     Employment Status

·     Employment By Industry

·     Method of Travel to Work

·     Family Formation

·     Dwelling Type

·     Tenure Type 

CITY'S OVERVIEW

·     About the region and Inner Suburb characteristics

 

PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEM

·     Train Network

·     Bus Network

·     Road Network

·     Ferry Network

 

COMMUNITY SERVICES, FACILITIES AND RECREATION

·     Education Facilities

·     Major & Local Shopping Centres

·     Sporting & Recreational Facilities

 

MEDIA ARTICLES

·     Recent relevant articles

  

FOOTNOTES AND EXPLANANTIONS

·     Explanatory notes on terms used

 

REFERENCES

Independent third party information sources. 


By State/Territory:

New South Wales
There are 152 LGAs in New South Wales, plus the Unincorporated Far West, and Lord Howe Island, which is also unincorporated, although governed by the Lord Howe Island Board. LGAs may be designated cities, municipalities, shires, regions, or have no designation, but in legislation all LGAs are classified as either Cities (C) or Areas (A) (all other types).

Northern Territory
There are 17 LGAs in the Northern Territory, plus unincorporated areas in the Darwin region and the Central Australian region. LGAs are designated as municipalities and shires, regions, or have no designation, but in legislation all LGAs are classified as either Cities (C), Towns (T) and shires (S). There are only councils which are considered municipalities.

Queensland
There are 73 LGAs in Queensland, including the Aboriginal councils which have full Shire Council status from January 2007. LGA status types or classifiers currently in use are: Cities (C), Shires (S), Towns (T) and Island Councils (IC).

South Australia
There are 69 LGAs in South Australia. LGA status types or classifiers currently in use are: Cities (C), Rural Cities (RC), Municipalities/Municipal Councils (M), District Councils (DC), Regional Councils (RegC) and Aboriginal Councils (AC). The Outback Areas Community Development Trust covers more than half the state, but is not in any LGA.
  

Tasmania
There are 29 LGAs in Tasmania. LGA status types or classifiers currently in use are: Cities (C) and Municipalities (M).

Victoria
There are 79 LGAs in Victoria, with LGA status types or classifiers currently in use are: Cities (C), Rural Cities (RC), Boroughs (B) and Shires (S). There is only one borough (the only one in Australia), the Borough of Queenscliffe.

Western Australia

There are 143 LGAs in Western Australia, which include Christmas Island and the Cocos Islands. LGA status types or classifiers currently in use are: Cities (C), Towns (T) and Shires.