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Major Reports
Type
Subject
Victorian Infrastructure Red Book
Major Report | 28 November 2022
This report outlines the Andrews Government's infrastructure policy and project commitments ahead of its third term in government and includes an overview of public infrastructure investment and market dynamics.
Transport | Social Infrastructure | Funding and Investment
Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor 2022-23 Report
Major Report | 24 November 2022
This report collates information from the latest Budget papers from Federal, state and territory governments to provide insights into their infrastructure investment programs beyond the headline figures.
Funding and Investment
Australian Infrastructure Investment Report 2022
Major Report | 28 September 2022
The 2022 Australian Infrastructure Investment Report marks the seventh edition of this research and remains the most comprehensive sector-wide analysis of the trends, issues and opportunities facing current and prospective investors in Australian infrastructure.
Funding and Investment
Decarbonising construction: Putting carbon in the business case
Major Report | 29 August 2022
This report proposes that an embedded carbon ‘base case’ should be included in all business cases for large infrastructure projects. The proposal follows the ground breaking report released earlier this year, Decarbonising Infrastructure.
Funding and Investment
Decarbonising Infrastructure
Major Report | 21 April 2022

This report sets out a high-level assessment of the policy action required to decarbonise Australia’s infrastructure sector, across its asset classes. It covers energy, transport, and asset management during construction, operation and waste

Transport | Funding and Investment
2021-22 Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor
Major Report | 25 February 2022

The 2021-22 Budgets delivered by Australia’s federal, state and territory governments have set another high watermark for infrastructure spending nationally and in many jurisdictions individually.

Funding and Investment
2021 International Airfreight Indicator
Major Report | 9 December 2021

As the second instalment of this research, the 2021 Indicator highlights the impacts of COVID-19 on air freight supply chains as well as identifying the long term implications of the pandemic for the industry.

Transport | Funding and Investment
2021 Australian Infrastructure Investment Report
Major Report | 3 August 2021

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and Allens have partnered to jointly present the 2021 Australian Infrastructure Investment Report.

Funding and Investment
2020-21 Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor
Major Report | 20 December 2020

The 2020-21 Budgets delivered by Australia’s Federal, State and Territory Governments have been perhaps the most important in living memory.

Funding and Investment
Australian Travel Time Metric 2020 Edition
Major Report | 22 July 2020

In our latest Australian Travel Time Metric, developed using Uber’s anonymised ride share data, we see that peak travel times across Australia’s four largest cities have not increased over the past four years. This is despite populations and demand for the roads in these cities growing substantially over this time. 

Transport | Funding and Investment
Putting waste to work: Developing a role for Energy from Waste
Major Report | 16 June 2020

Australian governments have a major opportunity to avoid a looming waste crisis and embrace energy recovery as a way of managing our waste and creating baseload power in the process.

Energy from Waste has been used for decades around the world to divert non-recyclable waste from landfill, reduce emissions, and produce energy, yet Australia has been slow off the mark in harnessing a role for technology. A lack of scale, social licence and impetus for change has meant that Energy from Waste and other forms of advanced waste processing have been underutilised in Australia.

The report outlines a series of key recommendations required to support the roll out of energy recovery facilities and unlock close to $14 billion in private investment by 2030.

Funding and Investment
Building Trust: Social Licence for Infrastructure
Major Report | 1 June 2020

This report, developed in partnership with L.E.K. Consulting, explores the increasing relevance of social licence across businesses, governments, and institutions. It provides insights into the unique social licence challenges facing the infrastructure sector and outlines a series of key principles that should underpin how infrastructure organisations develop and manage their social licence.

The report highlights that where governments and businesses have adequately developed and maintained their social licence, and earned the trust of the community, they are able to deliver assets and services in a streamlined manner. Good business practices allow organisations to attract and retain customers and provide a robust foundation to garner support from communities for future projects.

 

Funding and Investment