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The Committee for Greater Shepparton was established to unite the region's business and community leaders to influence public policy, advocate on issues to strengthen the economy and make the region a more vibrant place to live.  The Committee is supported by over 100 of the most influential businesses, community organisations and statutory authorities from the region.

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Shepparton Rail Corridor Stage 2&3

Advocacy for reliable and frequent passenger rail travel continues to be a priority for C4GS.

Stage 2 of the Shepparton line upgrade is currently taking place, with trenching and boring works continuing. Early works will also continue north of Shepparton station through the industrial estate to Grahamvale Road where the new stabling facility is being constructed.

The new stabling facility will house modern and reliable VLocity trains and will be expanded by an additional 1.1km to enable a 1200m freight train and two six-car VLocity trains to pass each other, making services more reliable. 

Both the federal and state governments have funded the project, with more than $750 million provided in total investment and the creation of 600 jobs.

Stage 3 of the project includes track speed and signalling upgrades between Seymour and Shepparton which will enable faster and more frequent services. This stage is targeted for completion in late 2023.

Goulburn Murray Regional Prosperity Plan

C4GS continues to work with the Kaiela Institue as Plan Champion during the implementation of the Goulburn Murray Regional Prosperity Plan (GMRPP) to ensure this vision of shared prosperity is delivered.

In July 2021, the GMRPP was launched. The Plan is a new and innovative approach to developing a thriving First Nations economy, which will generate new opportunities and shared prosperity for the benefit of everyone in the Goulburn Valley.

The GMRPP was developed in the region, by the region and was inclusively developed by First Nations and non-Indigenous institutions, organisations and businesses throughout the Goulburn Valley working together.

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C4GS Opinion

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Goulburn Murray Irrigation District Water Leadership Forum

The C4GS will continue to advocate and be part of the Goulburn Murray Irrigation District (GMID) Leadership forum to advocate for better outcomes in relation to water policy and the Murray Darling Basin. C4GS plays a key role in this group.

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Talk about brainstorming - these notes are just a few taken at the recent C4GS Policy Tune Up workshop where CEOs and business leaders from all industries came together to discuss issues and opportunities for Greater Shepparton into the future.
We are currently digesting everything that was put forward and are distilling it into policy recommendations and strategies.
Our final report will be coming shortly, so stay tuned!
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Talk about brainstorming - these notes are just a few taken at the recent C4GS Policy Tune Up workshop where CEOs and business leaders from all industries came together to discuss issues and opportunities for Greater Shepparton into the future.
We are currently digesting everything that was put forward and are distilling it into policy recommendations and strategies.
Our final report will be coming shortly, so stay tuned!

Just a reminder to all members that the C4GS Annual General Meeting will be held next Monday 27 May.
We would love to see as many faces online as possible, so if you haven't yet registered - don't panic, just email our Member Engagement Manager Jenna Hearn at admin@c4gs.com.au to RSVP!
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Just a reminder to all members that the C4GS Annual General Meeting will be held next Monday 27 May.
We would love to see as many faces online as possible, so if you havent yet registered - dont panic, just email our Member Engagement Manager Jenna Hearn at admin@c4gs.com.au to RSVP!

C4GS was thrilled to attend the launch of CPE Constructions', part of the CG&C Group, Zeman Steel beam assembly robot which is capable of assembling and welding steel beams for construction projects.
Managing Director of CG&C Group Damion O'Callaghan is a respected board member of C4GS.
Made in Austria, the robot has the capacity to complete approximately 3000 tonnes of fabricated steel annually.
There are only 10 of these machines in Australia and approximately 100 in the world.
This new technology gives regionally based company CPE Construction the capacity to compete and be a leader in the industry against competitors in Metro areas.
Most importantly, it builds capacity and stops the company losing this type of work to offshore competitors.
With the sophistication of the new machinery CG&C Group expects to add 30 new jobs in regional Victoria.
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C4GS was thrilled to attend the launch of CPE Constructions, part of the CG&C Group, Zeman Steel beam assembly robot which is capable of assembling and welding steel beams for construction projects.
Managing Director of CG&C Group Damion OCallaghan is a respected board member of C4GS.
Made in Austria, the robot has the capacity to complete approximately 3000 tonnes of fabricated steel annually.
There are only 10 of these machines in Australia and approximately 100 in the world.
This new technology gives regionally based company CPE Construction the capacity to compete and be a leader in the industry against competitors in Metro areas.
Most importantly, it builds capacity and stops the company losing this type of work to offshore competitors. 
With the sophistication of the new machinery CG&C Group expects to add 30 new jobs in regional Victoria.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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Well done Doc. Great piece of technology.

Awesome staff congrats doc

POLICY TUNE UP SUCCESS
C4GS's recent Policy Tune Up day gathered together some of the region's most successful business people, CEOs and community leaders to brainstorm the issues and opportunities Greater Shepparton will face in the next five years and beyond.
So many fabulous ideas were discussed and developed into recommendations and policy suggestions which will then be used to advocate for our region with all three tiers of government.
C4GS would like to thank all involved for their commitment and enthusiasm to this process - without you this day would not have been the success it was.
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POLICY TUNE UP SUCCESS
C4GSs recent Policy Tune Up day gathered together some of the regions most successful business people, CEOs and community leaders to brainstorm the issues and opportunities Greater Shepparton will face in the next five years and beyond.
So many fabulous ideas were discussed and developed into recommendations and policy suggestions which will then be used to advocate for our region with all three tiers of government.
C4GS would like to thank all involved for their commitment and enthusiasm to this process - without you this day would not have been the success it was.Image attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

Last Friday the Foyer, with support from C4GS, opened its doors to businesses and organisations for a special breakfast.
Resident students at the Foyer welcomed, cooked, served and also gave personal tours of this fantastic facility.
A stand out of the morning was a special address by Ange Torney, a current student and resident, who spoke about her personal experiences and how the Foyer gave her the ability and confidence to dream and achieve.
If you would like to learn more about the Foyer please contact Clark Patching at cpatching@berrystreet.org.au
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Last Friday the Foyer, with support from C4GS, opened its doors to businesses and organisations for a special breakfast.
Resident students at the Foyer welcomed, cooked, served and also gave personal tours of this fantastic facility.
A stand out of the morning was a special address by Ange Torney, a current student and resident, who spoke about her personal experiences and how the Foyer gave her the ability and confidence to dream and achieve.
If you would like to learn more about the Foyer please contact Clark Patching at cpatching@berrystreet.org.auImage attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment
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