Infrastructure Australia is an independent statutory body with a mandate to prioritise and progress nationally significant infrastructure. We provide independent research and advice to all levels of government as well as investors and owners of infrastructure.
This attachment to the Office of the Infrastructure Coordinator's submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Public Infrastructure is an IA report Review of Infrastructure Debt Capital Market Financing (February 2014).
This submission by the Office of the National Infrastructure Coordinator to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Public Infrastructure addresses a number of key factors considered necessary to ensure the effective delivery of infrastructure services over both the short and long term. It outlines a number of proposed reforms for the efficient and effective selection, delivery and operation of economic infrastructure.
Infrastructure Australia prepared this report to provide governments and the community with a clear set of actions to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the growth of the Asian economies over the next half century.
This issues paper released by the Infrastructure Finance Working Group aims to identify barriers to attracting infrastructure finance and develop options to encourage greater private sector investment.
Infrastructure Australia's report to the Council of Australian Governments, Communicating the Imperative for Action, outlines the areas that Infrastructure Australia will focus its efforts in over four-year period following the release of the report. The report discusses issues affecting cities, water, energy, freight, broadband and Indigenous infrastructure.
This study presents a high-level analysis of the evidence on Australian and international infrastructure construction costs. Available data was examined to see if the increase in infrastructure construction costs is higher than the general level of inflation and, if so, whether a similar trend has occurred in comparable countries.