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We appreciate the progress made in addressing the challenges of the rapid growth of our cities under former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

More than 400,000 people moved to a fast growing outer suburb during Mr Turnbull’s three years as Prime Minister and there is much work to do to ensure those new communities have access to the infrastructure and services they need to thrive.

We look forward to continuing to work with the Government on initiatives such as City Deals and major infrastructure projects which provide real potential for building stronger communities and economies for the nearly five million people already living in Australia’s fast growing outer suburbs.

Bronwen Clark, Executive Officer 0448 401 257 

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It's time to Catch Up with the outer suburbs

18 . 02 . 2019

Councils from across Australia joined a national call for better access to roads, transport, local jobs and community facilities in fast growing outer suburbs with the launch of the Catch Up with the Outer Suburbs campaign in Canberra this week.

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2019-20 Federal Budget Submission

12 . 02 . 2019

NGAA has made a 2019-20 Budget Submission to the Federal Government, focussing on five building blocks for good growth.

The full submission is available on the Advocacy page of the NGAA website.

 

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Planning Liveable Cities: A place-based approach to sequencing infrastructure and growth

14 . 12 . 2018

The National Growth Areas Alliance welcomes Infrastructure Australia’s new report, Planning Liveable Cities: A place-based approach to sequencing infrastructure and growth. We call upon the Federal and State Governments to work with local government to implement the findings of this report.

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NGAA Awards Strong Vision in Our Fast Growing Outer Suburbs

23 . 11 . 2018

The 2018 NGAA Awards showcased the vision and expertise that is building Australia’s diverse outer suburban growth areas. Winning projects included innovative uses of technology, a community program to prevent family violence, a suburb-wide urban planning approach and a $109 million community recreation facility.

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