The Property Council of Australia has welcomed the Tasmanian Premier’s commitment to further reduce red tape in Tasmania.
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The Tasmanian and Commonwealth Governments have announced a transport subsidy scheme to assist primary producers with the transport of livestock, fodder, water, equipment and materials directly associated with their business of primary production.
The TCCI welcomed the new Macquarie Point Masterplan – which includes provision for residential development.
TasNetworks, TasWater and the Tasmanian Government must commit to further reform in order to fix the key issues which continue to hold back Tasmania’s housing supply, according to the state’s leading property industry body.
Tasmania is well in the game and up on the Scorecard as far as growth in housing and its economy are concerned, HIA Executive Director – Tasmania, Rick Sassin said.
The potential redevelopment of Tarraleah Power Station, which would create hundreds of jobs in Tasmania’s Central Highlands, is gaining momentum thanks to further support from the Government.
The Property Council of Australia welcomed the Tasmanian Government’s announcement of a net operating balance surplus of $169.9 million, and the continued focus on new infrastructure investments totalling $2.6 billion as outlined in the 2018/19 State Budget.