Supporting 31,000 jobs through a
$10.7 Billion Capital Program
Includes $399.9 million for the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing and $250 million for the Gateway Motorway North between Nudgee and Bracken Ridge.
Delivering cost-effective, safe, secure and reliable energy and water supply.
to progress a range of health infrastructure priorities including hospitals, health technology, research and scientifc services, mental health services and IT.
Building and refurbishing schools, Early Childhood and Care services and training assets.
Capital expenditure in 2016-17 is estimated to be $9.634 billion with direct capital purchases of $8.264 billion and capital grants of $1.370 billion. The Government will also recognise $1.032 billion of finance leases in 2016-17, representing the State’s capital purchases delivered through alternative arrangements such as public-private partnerships bringing the total capital program to $10.666 billion. Capital expenditure in 2016-17 will support approximately 28,000 jobs. In addition, acquisitions of non-financial assets underfinance leases in 2016-17 supported approximately 3,000 jobs during the construction period of these projects.
will deliver the transformational infrastructure Queenslanders need today to prepare for the challenges of tomorrow.
The fund will provide:
– $300 million towards the Priority Economic Works and Productivity Program
– $ 180 million towards the Significant Regional Infrastructure Projects Program
– $20 million towards Maturing the Infrastructure Pipeline
– $1.5 billion for future infrastructure priorities.
Photo: courtesy of Townsville Hospital and Health Service
NEW PAEDIATRICS WING AT TOWNSVILLE HOSPITAL
$6.6 million from the Significant Regional Infrastructure Projects Program
The Queensland Government’s $10.7 billion capital program investment in 2016-17 will support 31,000 jobs across the State. To explore infrastructure projects happening in your area and across Queensland, please open the interactive BP3Map.
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