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2016-17 Budget: Infrastructure Investments

The Australian Government has committed funding of over $50 billion towards productivity enhancing infrastructure across the country from 2013-14 to 2019-20 and beyond.

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New South Wales Government

In February 2015, the NSW Government announced $50 million towards the major redevelopment of Macksville Hospital. The redevelopment is expected to enhance patient care at Macksville Hospital while also improving ambulatory care and outpatient treatments. The Local Health District is currently finalising the Clinical Services Plan (CSP). The CSP provides a roadmap for public health services in the region, and a guide for how services will be structured and organised in the future, at that facility.

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New South Wales Government

In March 2015, the NSW Government announced $50 million to upgrade Bowral Hospital. The redevelopment is expected to deliver upgraded facilities at Bowral Hospital to provide improved access to services and meet future demand. The Local Health District is currently finalising the Clinical Services Plan (CSP). The CSP provides a roadmap for public health services in the region, and a guide for how services will be structured and organised in the future, at the facility.

Tamworth Hospital Redevelopment - Stage 2

This project is under construction

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New South Wales Government

This is a major redevelopment of the Tamworth Hospital, which will provide increased capacity and improved facilities for patients. The $211 million redevelopment is funded by $91 million from the NSW Government and $120 million from the Australian Government's Health and Hospitals Fund (HHF).

Wagga Wagga Base Hospital Redevelopment

This project is under construction

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New South Wales Government

The Wagga Wagga Base Hospital Redevelopment has been planned to enable the progressive redevelopment of the whole site through a number of discreet phases of construction and will allow hospital operations to continue throughout its redevelopment. The $282.1 million redevelopment project is funded under the Health and Hospitals Fund Program (HHF) with the NSW Government providing $215 million and the Australian Government contributing $55.1 million. A further $12 million has been allocated from the Australian Government under the COAG New Sub Acute Beds Guarantee for 20 sub acute mental health beds.

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Australian Government

This project will replace ageing and out-dated engineering services infrastructure and provide a combination of new and refurbished facilities to support operational and training outcomes.

Pacific Highway - Nambucca Heads to Urunga

This project is under construction

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New South Wales Government

Pacific Highway, upgrade of 22km to 4 lane divided standard between Nambucca Heads and Urunga. The project will include: Road and bridge construction and construction services. Planning and preliminary work for the Nambucca Heads to Urunga upgrade is jointly funded by the Australian and NSW governments. Major Construction work started 15 January 2014.

Lake Macquarie Transport Interchange at Glendale

This project has private investors

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Lake Macquarie City Council

The Lake Macquarie Transport Interchange (LMTI) is a regionally significant infrastructure project that links to strategic employment and residential growth areas, and to national transport routes. The LMTI incorporates both public transport solutions (NSW Government) as well as the expansion of the local road network (Lake Macquarie City Council), and therefore the financial responsibility is split between two levels of government. The LMTI will be constructed in stages – • Stage One - construction of the overbridge and associated roads - short to medium term (LMCC's responsibility - $50 million approximately) • Stage Two - construction of the railway station and interchange - medium to long term (NSW Government responsibility) Currently the Lake Macquarie City Council is looking to engage an external consultant for design works of LMTI. Open Tender is to be advertised between 8 September and 4 december 2012. Design works are scheduled for period between March and December 2013

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Australian Government

This project involves the relocation of 13 Defence units and 4 allied facilities from a Commonwealth owned Defence occupied site at Moorebank NSW to Holsworthy Barracks NSW. It also involves the construction of a range of enabling facilities and other works to derive an optimum consolidated and efficient facilities solution for Holsworthy including the bringing forward of works from other capital infrastructure projects.

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