Planning minister guest speaker at chamber luncheon

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Talk: Rob Stokes, planning and environment minister, is coming to the south west.

Rob Stokes, the NSW Minister for Planning and Environment, will be the Ingleburn Business Chamber’s guest speaker at a luncheon to be held at Wests Leagues Club, Leumeah on Monday, November 2.

The appearance by Mr Stokes is the highlight of a busy month for business groups across the region.

Mr Stokes will be speaking about the Macarthur South Investigation Area, residential developments on Denham Court Road, the Glenfield to Macarthur Urban Renewal Corridor and Campbelltown as a regional city.

Don’t miss this important event, which will be a noon for a 12.30pm start and approximately a 2pm closure.

Tickets are $85 per head or $750 for a table of 10.

Bookings can be made through the events tab of the chamber’s website.

♦ The next guest speaker of the Camden Chamber of Commerce will be Pat Farmer on Wednesday, November 4, 6pm – 9pm at Camden Valley Inn.

♦ Has your business joined the MAGIC program yet?

Does your business know how to attract more customers by improved disability access and inclusion? All potential customers make choices about your business based on how easy it is to access and use. Improving access to your business will also help your business meet legal responsibilities.

The Macarthur Access Group for inclusive Communities ( MAGIC) Project commenced in response to consultations with people with a disability and their families who identified challengers accessing services, businesses and the broader community.

If your business operates in the Macarthur region and you would like to be considered as a place of MAGIC, contact Lisa Harrison, Sector Connect on 4648 5933, Email:,

To find out more about this program go to their website.

♦ Greater Narellan Chamber of Commerce next guest speaker on November 11 is Simon Rowntree, the CEO of Camp Quality.

Mr Rowntree started his working life as a pre-school teacher and has moved through to positions in both the private and government sectors.

For more than 20 years he has worked in the not for profit sector undertaking various management roles with organisations such as the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Starlight Children’s Foundation and currently with Camp Quality.

 When: Wednesday, 11 November 2015; 6pm for 6.30pm start; Harrington Grove Country Club.


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