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This page provides information about what you may need to consider when starting a business in the City of Stirling.
Taking an idea and turning it into a business can be exciting. However, you’ll need to make sure that you:
It’s also a good idea to do some research on how many other businesses already exist in your sector, and the type and number of people who live in each suburb.
To help you take the necessary steps to starting your business, follow the steps provided below:
The City of Stirling recognises the importance of economic data to help business owners and investors make informed decisions.View the City's overall economic and community profiles, which has been prepared by REMPLAN.
Businesses can range from a small office that is run out of your home to large hospitality venues. Depending on the type of business you wish to set up, you may be required to apply for approval or get permission from the City.
You will need to establish if you require development approval before you can start your new business.
This step is relevant to food, beverage and hospitality and hairdressing and skin penetration businesses.
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City of Stirling kaadatj Nyoongar moort Nyoongar boodja-k Wadjak boodja-k. Ngalak kaadatj Nyoongar nedingar wer birdiya koora koora wer yeyi. Baalabang koondarm, malayin wer nakolak baalap yang ngalany-al. Ngalak dandjoo barn wer kaaratj bandang boodja-k.
The City of Stirling acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land, the Wadjak people of the Nyoongar Nation, and pays respect to the Elders both past and present for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal Australia.