The decision to establish a $3 billion Infrastructure and Job Acceleration Fund and Federal Government’s $3.5 billion injection into the Sydney Metro Greater West project has the full backing of the infrastructure sector, according to Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and L.E.K. Consulting have released a new report calling for an increased focus on social licence in the planning, procurement, and operation of infrastructure during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia says the realisation the JobKeeper program will have a lower fiscal impact is welcome news because it means the capacity exists to stimulate the economy through productivity boosting infrastructure.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia has welcomed the Federal Government’s $1.8 billion stimulus injection into local roads and communities across Australia.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia Chief Executive, Adrian Dwyer commended the Victorian Government today for its decision to inject $2.7 billion in infrastructure stimulus into the Victorian economy.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia Chief Executive, Adrian Dwyer has called on the Victorian Opposition to pass the General Appropriations Bill in Parliament tomorrow to lock in funding for existing infrastructure projects and set aside $24.5 billion in emergency funding to fight COVID-19.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia Chief Executive, Adrian Dwyer commended Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ today for his efforts to keep construction work sites open across the state.
The NSW Government’s continued commitment to the infrastructure and construction sector in the face of the ongoing impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been welcomed by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s Chief Executive, Adrian Dwyer, and should be mirrored across the country.
The Federal Government’s endorsement of the current regulatory approach for airports is a win for customers around the country, says industry think tank Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
Australia has a once in a generation opportunity to deliver major reform and a fairer road funding system by introducing a distance-based charge on electric vehicles.
Australia is still the destination of choice for infrastructure investors, but policy makers and regulators need to do a better job of limiting risks which offer few rewards, according to a new report from infrastructure Partnerships Australia, supported by Allens, and Perpetual Corporate Trust.