The Pilbara Development Commission (the Commission) was established under the Regional Development Commissions Act (1993).The Governing Minister for the Commission is the Hon Terry Redman MLA Minister for Regional Development; Lands; Minister Assisting the Minister for State Development.
The Commission plays a lead role in facilitating planning and development for the Pilbara, to broaden the economic base, improve social infrastructure and to attract and sustain a rapidly growing residential population.
The Commission is responsible for the delivery of the Pilbara Cities program. State Government has invested $1.7 billion of Royalties for Regions funding into infrastructure and community activation projects to support the Pilbara Cities vision to build Pilbara towns into attractive and sustainable communities.
Building on the achievements of the Pilbara Cities initiative, the Commission’s focus now turns to economic diversification to support the continued growth of the Pilbara region.
Through the Pilbara Regional Investment Blueprint, the Commission will continue to drive change towards a brighter and more prosperous future for the region.
The vision for the Pilbara region is vibrant and sustainable communities underpinned by a strong, diverse economy.
By 2050, the Pilbara will have 200,000 people living in vibrant, modern and inclusive cities and communities
which offer quality services, career choice, affordable living and strong local communities. The economy will
feature diverse, innovative and resilient local and international firms underpinned by the resources and
(Pilbara Regional Investment Blueprint, 2015)
The Pilbara Development Commission’s vision is to be a progressive agency leading the development of the
The Pilbara Development Commission’s mission is to be the catalyst for development and growth in the
Excellence in all we deliver
Integrity: to act ethically, honestly and with transparency
Unite: to connect, respect and collaborate
Care: to be positive and supportive
Impact: to make a difference
1. A prosperous and diverse economy
2. Vibrant and sustainable communities
3. Transformational partnerships
4. Skilled and capable people