“If the population growth continues to decline it risks adverse impacts on intergenerational equity,” stated Tim Reardon, HIA’s Chief Economist.
“The impact of the credit squeeze that caused the rapid deterioration in building conditions over the past 18 months is evident in today’s construction data,” stated Angela Lillicrap, HIA Economist.
“Ai Group welcomes reports that the federal government will boost infrastructure spending over the next few years. Extra infrastructure work will create new jobs and will lift demand for the wide range of products and services supplied to the engineering construction industry. These impacts can be expected to multiply through the broader economy. The boost […]
The Property Council of Australia has welcomed the Federal Government’s plan to bring forward of spending on infrastructure projects around the country.
Immediate tax deductions for fencing infrastructure and on-farm water storage for farmers doing it tough in the drought.
Safety is of vital importance when fencing near all utility infrastructure, but specifically gas pipelines, which in the worst case can result in death or injury.
HIA welcomes the Government’s announcement that as part of its move to bring forward billions of dollars in infrastructure, it will also be cutting red tape that hinders the progress of projects that are vital to Australian housing.
Works to construct a new roundabout at a high-risk Mt Rowan intersection are now complete, giving people driving through the area a safer journey thanks to the support of the Victorian Government.
Trackwork near Parkes, which will form the vital link between Inland Rail and the interstate east-west line from Sydney to Perth, is now complete.
Disaster assistance has been extended to the City of Gold Coast after the Southern Queensland bushfires.