With numerous projects proposed and underway across Victoria, value capture has emerged as an innovative strategy to fund major infrastructure works. As governments explore more efficient ways of funding critical transport works, the value capture mechanism provides innovative opportunities and ... read more
Industry Super Funds are calling on state and federal governments to be more proactive in partnering with super funds to develop clear infrastructure investment pipelines that will boost productivity and economic growth, and diversify member savings.
A survey of major global and Australian investors by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (IPA) and Perpetual has revealed there is a significant amount of money available to invest in Australian infrastructure, but more work is required to capture it.
Bill Shorten’s commitment to use additional Commonwealth debt to support concessional loans for state infrastructure projects is welcome, because it opens a discussion on how to best use the Commonwealth’s financial strength to fix infrastructure, says Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
A Commonwealth, state and local government funding agreement will connect the successful G:link light rail to SEQ’s suburban rail network, in time for the Games, said Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
The Council of Capital City Lord Mayors (CCCLM) has welcomed release of the Infrastructure Australia report Our Infrastructure Challenges.
A new Palaszczuk Government infrastructure bonanza will pump $200 million over the next two years into regional projects, supporting about 600 jobs across the state.
The 2015/16 Federal Budget was welcomed by the national infrastructure sector tonight, because it maintains historically high levels of national investment despite the failure of key savings measures in the last Budget, says Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
Local governments around the country are set to receive a $575 million boost today when the Australian Government makes the fourth quarterly round of payments under its four-year $9.3 billion Financial Assistance Grants programme.
New South Wales will receive $2 billion in incentive payments from the Commonwealth for investment in crucial infrastructure projects.