Soon after deposing Tony Abbott, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull unveiled a 34-page Smart Cities plan last year which incorporated smart investment principles.


Under these principles, it was determined the government and the private sector would work together, utilise technology to better use infrastructure and negotiate city deals to help urban centres realise their potential.


Together with the creation of a ministerial portfolio, the plan’s announcement signalled that Australia was serious about creating cities which are efficient, productive, sustainable, liveable, and accessible.



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by Andrew Heaton | SOURCEABLE