What is the Claremont Town Centre Project?
The Claremont Town Centre (CTC) project is a joint initiative between the town centre business community and the Town of Claremont to support local economic and social development.
The project gains direction and support from the Claremont Town Centre Advisory Committee, which is made up of five CTC business representatives and four Council representatives.
It is funded annually through a specified area rate for commercial properties located within the area bordered by north of Stirling Highway, east of Stirling Road, south of Gugeri Street and west of Leura Avenue.
The key objectives of the project include increasing visibility and brand awareness of the CTC through the development and delivery of marketing campaigns, programs and events, which supports Claremont as the premier place to shop, dine and be entertained.
Project activities are implemented by the Claremont Town Centre Marketing Manager who can be contacted at 9285 4300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Claremont Town Centre Business Assistance
Small Business Development Corporation
In addition to supporting your online promotions, the Town of Claremont has a strong partnership with the Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC), who is the best source of reliable and accurate information for WA businesses.
Small Business Friendly Local Government
As part of our commitment to supporting our local business community, Town of Claremont has signed the Small Business Friendly Local Governments Charter.
This initiative, developed by the Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC), formally recognises local governments that are demonstrating, or working towards, ‘better practice’ in engaging with their small business community. By signing the Charter we have committed to small businesses by:
- offering enhanced customer service
- reducing red tape
- making on-time payments
- introducing other activities to improve the operating environment for small businesses in our area
The Town of Claremont is proud to be ‘small business friendly’. For more information about the Small Business Friendly Local Governments initiative please click here to visit the SBDC website.