The 2017 National Growth Areas Alliance Congress, hosted by the City of Casey on 21-22 November, comes at a time when urgent action is needed by the Federal Government to address the increasing economic and social hardship in fast-growing outer suburbs. Full media release
The Grattan Institute has released a report stating that population growth has had little impact on the average metropolitan Australians’ commute to work.The NGAA’s understanding of commutes from the outer suburbs is very different.
Momentum is building for action by the Federal Government to respond to the impact of rapid and sustained population growth, with the Building Up and Moving Out report from the Standing Committee on infrastructure, Transport and Cities.Read more
The National Growth Areas Alliance looks forward to a continued Federal Government focus on cities policy under new Prime Minister Scott Morrison.Read more