The Victoria Government’s announcement that it will complete the missing section of Melbourne’s Metropolitan Ring Road with the long-discussed North East Link shows what can be delivered through good infrastructure plans backed by government funding to be able to pay for it said Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
The Western Sydney Airport planning approvals represent the most significant progress in the decades-long process to develop a new airport for Sydney, says Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
The Turnbull Government’s response to the Infrastructure Australia’s national infrastructure plan recognises the need for ongoing and fundamental changes, to fix infrastructure, says Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
The 2016 IPA/Perpetual Australian Infrastructure Investment Report shows continuing high levels of global interest in Australian infrastructure, but provides a good reminder that investment can - and does - go elsewhere when there are not enough Australian projects.
South Australia’s inability to complete the New Royal Adelaide Hospital is a national embarrassment - and needs to be fixed immediately and in good faith, said Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
The Australian and New Zealand Governments today launched the Australia & New Zealand Infrastructure Pipeline (ANZIP), developed by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
A major new report by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia, with financial modelling by KPMG, released at the National Press Club today, outlines a plan to fix Australia’s struggling public housing system by providing more money and more places for vulnerable households.
The IPA Transport Metric – released by Uber and Infrastructure Partnerships Australia today, demonstrates that the right type of data can help build smarter cities.
The enormous sale price for the Port of Melbourne Corporation endorses the Andrews Labor Government’s privatisation agenda – because it frees up real money that can be reinvested in the new infrastructure Victoria needs, said Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
Australia’s most senior political, public sector and business leaders will gather in Melbourne today to distil the national reforms needed to fix infrastructure; at Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s annual Partnerships infrastructure leaders’ dialogue.
The release of Transurban’s road user study at Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s annual Partnerships symposium confirms the need for a detailed national process to fix transport.
The national infrastructure sector has welcomed the appointment of Ken Mathers as the chairman of Projects Victoria.