Cities and infrastructure

Cities and infrastructure

Apr 19
CEDA welcomes the Federal Minister for Urban Infrastructure Paul Fletcher to outline Australia's infrastructure opportunities and the new directions for infrastructure planning and investment.


The Hon. Paul Fletcher, Federal Minister for Urban Infrastructure

Event overview

The Australian Government is currently consulting on the recommendations of Infrastructure Australia’s 15 Year Plan. The plan combined with the 100-project priority list provides a platform for Minister Paul Fletcher, Federal Minister for Urban Infrastructure and industry leaders to engage and inform the infrastructure reform agenda.

CEDA welcomes Minister Paul Fletcher to outline Australia’s infrastructure opportunities and the new directions for infrastructure planning and investment. Join CEDA’s senior cross sector audience and leading thinkers and policy makers to discuss our infrastructure future.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Paul Fletcher
Federal Minister for Urban Infrastructure

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