Infrastructure Australia wants feedback on a project to identify strengths and gaps in regional infrastructure and to inform future planning and analysis.
The advisory agency hopes its Regional Strengths and Gaps project will encourage governments, industry, and the community to come forward with solutions to address these challenges.
The project will focus on 48 regions defined by Regional Development Australia (RDA) boundaries and involve consultations with state committees.
Following national consultations, a Regional Strengths and Gaps report will be released by Infrastructure Australia. The report will detail the strengths and prioritised infrastructure gaps for each RDA.
Feedback can be provided on one or more regions through this link.
Submissions close 20 April.