Handbook For Reform – Delivery Of Successful Infrastructure In NSW
This Handbook for Reform is the result of a year-long research project by the Warren Centre’s Urban Reform Project Group. It is designed to help bridge the gap between planning and delivery of infrastructure.
It outlines the key success factors and barriers in bringing projects to fruition, including decision making and procurement processes. This Handbook sets out an agenda which can form the basis of a reform program. It is also timely, as the Metropolitan Plan for Sydney was delivered in December 2010 to guide the long term growth of Sydney and the New South Wales state election in 2011 will provide an opportunity to consider new approaches to Infrastructure policy and decision making.