Frankston City Council welcomes the recent Victorian Government announcement awarding Carrum Downs business, A Touch of Glass, a grant of over $1 million through the Local Industries Fund for Transition (LIFT). Council has worked closely with the Victorian Government to heavily promote LIFT and other programs to its business community. This has resulted in four local businesses receiving around $2 million in funding through the program.
Applications are now open for seed funding to host an event in Frankston City in the 2017-2018 financial year, as part of the city’s Tourism Event Attraction Program. The 2016-2017 program’s Seaside Street Food Festival and the Christmas Twilight Markets on Wells Street already has the over 35,000 local residents and visitors wanting more. And we’re delivering, with Feast at Frankston Waterfront serving up delicious Asian inspired cuisine from 3 to 5 March and the Formula 18 and Viper Catamarans State Titles set to hit the foreshore over Labour Day weekend, 11 to 13 March.
Frankston City dominates Melbourne’s 10 best growth suburbs list
When looking for a new home determining where you can afford to buy and finding somewhere that will also suit your lifestyle can be a battle to say the least. You’ll also want peace of mind that the area has good potential for growth and that your biggest asset will appreciate over time. We thought we’d help point homebuyers in the right direction by summarising Melbourne’s best growth suburbs for under $1M and what they have to offer. Our list was generated using REIV’s Top Growth in Median House Prices data from the September quarter of 2016...