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Part Two: A Vision for Victoria's Infrastructure | Suburban Rail Loop

VIC Government Insights Part 2 SEP 2021
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The Andrew’s Government’s legacy project, the Suburban Rail Loop is a once in a generation city shaping project that will deliver future liveability, productivity and connectivity to Melbourne.

With precinct development a critical component of the project, as well as the significant infrastructure rollout, the property industry will play a lead role in the development and urban regeneration in key precincts.

Join Frankie Carroll, CEO of the Suburban Rail Loop Authority as he outlines the details of the Government’s business case, the plan for precinct development, and the all important value capture mechanisms which are proposed to be introduced.

Hosted by Danni Hunter, Victorian Executive Director, Property Council of Australia


Join us for Part One: A Vision for Victoria's Infrastructure | Infrastructure Victoria's 30 Year Strategy with Michel Masson, CEO, Infrastructure Victoria on Thursday 9 September. Register here. 

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