Chief planner: NSIP process ‘working well but cracking at the edges’

The nationally significant infrastructure project (NSIP) process has worked “really well” but is also “cracking at the edges”, with a need for urgent changes to boost the speed of project delivery and to meet net zero commitments, the government’s chief planner has said.

by Michael Donnelly
Chief planner Joanna Averley speaking at the NIPA annual dinner. Pic: NIPA
Chief planner Joanna Averley speaking at the NIPA annual dinner. Pic: NIPA

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