The Federal Budget’s Cities and Infrastructure Spend to be maintained making our cities better
Green Start Consulting were pleased with the recent announcements of the federal budget. As Building Surveyors in Perth Western Australia we have seen boom and bust cycles before and welcome these stimulus measures. As Building Surveyors we think builders should be up to date with developments in the federal budget and an important aspect of the paper seems to be a good prospect for the building and construction industry in Australia and overall liveability of our cities.
The record $ 50 billion infrastructure spend is maintained with the government investing responsibly in infrastructure like roads, rails in dams in cities and regions.
The Government has reallocated $1.5 billion in funding for transport infrastructure. In Western Australia, the Government is investing $490 million in the Forrestfield-Airport Rail Link and an additional $261 million for the Perth Freight Link for Section 2. Support for major water infrastructure projects like dams will come from a $2 billion National Water Infrastructure Loan Facility which is building on the $510 million National Water Infrastructure Development Fund.
The City and Infrastructure development plan in the budget is in conjunction with the Government’s Smart Cities Plan which will ensure it is easier to invest and do business in our cities so that they can become even better places to live and work while giving us Building Surveyors an opportunity to serve you better.
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