The results are in and 2015 was another successful year for economic development in Woodstock, Ontario.  The City has been selected as one of the Top 100 Neighbourhoods for Investment in 2016, a title backed up by $127 million in residential construction (a value more than double the 10-year average).

Industrial construction was highlighted by various permits at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Sean Hyland Motor Sports and Arcelor Mittal while commercial activity saw new buildings constructed for Goodwill Industries, Cantario Brick and Stone and a major addition to Woodstock and District Developmental Services.

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