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IA identified a list of priority projects and initiatives to address urban congestion and national connectivity, with the Perth Freight Link labelled a high priority.

Plan for infrastructure reform

The controversial Perth Freight Link has been put on Infrastructure Australia’s list of high-priority projects that would improve living standards and productivity, as part of a 15-year national plan released today.

The Australian Infrastructure Plan has recommended fundamental changes to the way the nation plans, funds, delivers and uses its infrastructure, which IA says could save the average household up to $3,000 per annum by 2040.

IA chairman Mark Birrell said if Australia acted now to introduce nation-shaping reforms, it could get the infrastructure it needed and improve living standards and productivity.

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WA revenue

12th-Calibre Group$506.3m
13th↑Georgiou GroupNFP
14th↑Perth Airport$489.8m
15th-John Hughes Group$475.3m
16th↓DVG Automotive GroupNFP
95 private companies - large ranked by revenue most recent financial year

Total combined value of current WA projects

20th-Frasers Property Australia76,900,000
21st-Baltinas58,000,000
22nd-Perth Airport18,100,000
23rd-StocklandNFP
60 property - (built-form) developers ranked by total combined value of current WA projects ($) v2

Number of Employees

Private Companies - Large

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