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Infrastructure Australia is seeking submissions

Currently working on or planning to start an Infrastructure Project?
Have you considered submitting an initiative to Infrastructure Australia?

Infrastructure Australia is seeking submissions for the next update of the Infrastructure Priority List (IPL), which will be published in February 2019.

We are inviting Australia’s governments and non-government bodies to identify infrastructure problems and opportunities of national significance.

We welcome proposals for all types of infrastructure, including programs of related works and programs for network optimisation.

To submit an initiative to Infrastructure Australia, please complete a Stage 1 Template (Problem Identification and Prioritisation), which is linked below. A checklist has also been included as a guide to including the right information.

To submit an initiative follow this link: http://infrastructureaustralia.gov.au/projects/IPL-call-for-submissions.aspx

For more information or to discuss the submission process, please don’t hesitate to contact our Project Advisory team on (02) 8114 1900 or email us at iplsubmissions@infrastructure.gov.au.

Infrastructure Projects Under Delivery

There are also a number of projects that have been assessed by Infrastructure Australia and are now under delivery.

State Project
New South Wales Moorebank Intermodal Terminal
Bringelly Road Upgrade Stage 1
Bringelly Road Upgrade Stage 2
Victoria CityLink Tullamarine Widening Project
Melbourne Metro Rail
Murray Basin Rail Project
Queensland Bruce Highway Upgrade—Caloundra Road to Sunshine Motorway
Bruce Highway Upgrade—Cooroy to Curra Section C
Bruce Highway Upgrade—Mackay Ring Road Stage 1
Gateway Motorway Upgrade North
M1 Pacific Motorway—Gateway Motorway merge upgrade
M1 Pacific Motorway—Mudgeeraba to Varsity Lakes
Ipswich Motorway Rocklea to Darra stage 1c
Western Australia Forrestfield Airport Link
Armadale Road Upgrade
Mitchell Freeway extension Burns Beach Road to Hester Avenue
South Australia Adelaide–Tarcoola Rail Upgrade Acceleration
North–South Corridor (Darlington Upgrade Project)

For more information about Australia’s Infrastructure plans: http://infrastructureaustralia.gov.au/projects/infrastructure-priority-list.aspx

To see all Australian Infrastructure project on interactive map: http://infrastructureaustralia.gov.au/projects/map/

New Zealand cities are challenged by unresponsive housing supply, increasing prices and rising infrastructure costs. The root cause of these issues is an urban growth system which is not functioning efficiently. The system misallocates incentives, is inflexible and is helping to sustain policies which undermine a competitive supply of urban land.

The NZ Government has committed to a significant and ongoing infrastructure investment programme over the past seven years. This includes:

  • over $46 billion of property, plant and equipment added to the Crown’s balance sheet;
  • a $13.9 billion land transport programme between 2015 and 2018;
  • $1.8 billion on local infrastructure and $2.2 billion on Crown assets for the Christchurch rebuild;
  • over $1.7 billion for the roll out of Ultra-Fast Broadband, and $400 million for the Rural Broadband Initiative.

To find out more information about New Zealand’s Infrastructure: https://infrastructure.org.nz/

The Australia New Zealand Infrastructure Pipeline: https://infrastructure.org.nz/page-18904

New Zealand’s Infrastructure Unit: https://infrastructure.org.nz/New-Zealand-Capital-Intentions-Plan

To see New Zealand’s Infrastructure Report: (please refer to pages 34-37)

If you’re interested in Infrastructure project help or project end-to-end delivery contact A2K Technologies.

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