Submissions received by the Committee

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1Engineers Australia (PDF 1549 KB) 
2Consult Australia (PDF 375 KB) 
2.1 Supplementary to submission 2 (PDF 184 KB) 
3The Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia  (PDF 1632 KB) 
4Bus Industry Confederation (PDF 335 KB) 
5Australian Trucking Association (PDF 712 KB) 
6Australian Logistics Council  (PDF 2114 KB) 
6.1 Supplementary to submission 6 (PDF 581 KB) 
7Sydney Airport Corporation Limited (PDF 4904 KB) 
7.1 Supplementary to submission 7 (PDF 1212 KB) 
8Business SA (PDF 101 KB) 
9Urban Development Institute of Australia (National) (PDF 262 KB)  Attachment 1 (PDF 201 KB) 
10Association of Mining and Exploration Companies Inc (PDF 852 KB) 
10.1 Supplementary to submission 10 (PDF 5268 KB) 
10.2 Supplementary to submission 10 (PDF 1827 KB) 
11Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development (PDF 267 KB) 
11.1 Supplementary to submission 11 (PDF 135 KB) 
11.2 Supplementary to submission 11 (PDF 177 KB) 
12Industry Super Australia (PDF 1082 KB) 
12.1 Supplementary to submission 12 (PDF 649 KB) 
12.2 Supplementary to submission 12 (PDF 406 KB) 
13Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council  (PDF 675 KB) 
14Australasian Railway Association  (PDF 219 KB) 
15NT Government (PDF 137 KB) 
16Australian Constructors Association (PDF 277 KB) 
17The Council of Mayors (SEQ) (PDF 1581 KB) 
18State Development, Infrastructure and Planning - QLD Government (PDF 4773 KB) 
19SA Government - Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (PDF 1019 KB) 
19.1 Supplementary to submission 19 (PDF 275 KB) 
20Infrastructure Partnerships Australia  (PDF 420 KB) 

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About this inquiry

Australian Communities in urban and regional areas face increasing challenges in deciding where and how to build new infrastructure that will increase productivity and support our living standards. Population growth, demographic change, extreme weather events, increasing fuel costs, housing affordability, technological change, and resource limitations, make dealing with these challenges all the more difficult.

Past Public Hearings

31 Oct 2014: Canberra
01 Oct 2014: Canberra
24 Sep 2014: Canberra


Inquiry Status

Report Tabled

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