26 September 2023

Business Commission to go west

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The NSW Small Business Commission is the latest Government Agency to announce a move from Sydney CBD to Parramatta next year.

The Minister for Finance and Small Business, Damien Tudehope said the move was part of the Government’s Decade of Decentralisation policy, a commitment to reduce government office space in the heart of Sydney by at least 100,000 square metres by 2021.

“This relocation is part of the NSW Government’s increasing investment in Western Sydney and our plan to create thousands of additional jobs in Parramatta,” Mr Tudehope said.

“Parramatta is undergoing a transformation with businesses, big and small,recognising its huge potential and moving into the CBD,” he said.

Mr Tudehope said the Commission was joining other agencies in Parramatta, including the Department of Education, Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, and the Department of Customer Service.

Acting Small Business Commissioner, Stephen Brady welcomed the move to Parramatta, as it was a significant growth area for small business.

“The Commissioner and team will continue to advocate for all small businesses and provide on-the-ground support for those in need wherever they are in the State,” he said.

“The NSW Small Business Commission provides strategic advice, free to low cost mediation and support to tens of thousands of small businesses each year,” Mr Brady said.

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