The RIEDC was formed to promote and support rural infrastructure development in Australia, with the aim of supporting the construction and operation of rural infrastructure over the next 10 years.
This is in line with the RIEDs objectives to provide the most cost-effective, reliable and sustainable infrastructure development, including providing a high-quality of service.
The RIEDc is the main provider of rural development funding, providing up to $20 billion in concessional funding to build, maintain and expand the nation’s rural infrastructure and provide for the long-term support of businesses and local communities.
Riedc director-general John Kelly said the organisation had made significant progress in recent years in delivering the Riedc’s stated aims of ensuring a “stable and stable environment for the Australian economy”.
“The Rieds vision has been well-received, and has provided a stable and stable climate for the industry and the broader economy, Mr Kelly said.”
Rieds achievements have also had a profound impact on rural communities, and have provided a strong foundation for our economic growth over the last decade.
“The impact of Riedcs actions has been recognised in a number of organisations, including the Business Council of Australia and the Rural Development Council, and I’m sure this will continue to be recognised in the future.”
I hope the REDc’s work will continue as it is, and will continue in the same spirit of community engagement and support.
“Key points:The REDC announced it would invest $20bn in the sector over the 10 years to 2020Mr Kelly said Riedtcs vision had been recognised by the Business and Local Governments AssociationMr Kelly also said the Rriedc would continue to engage with community groups and the private sector as it develops the infrastructure project.”
We’ll engage with the private and public sectors, the business community, as we look at the next few years and the next phase of the Rydges vision, which is to get the rural sector working together and delivering for all Australians,” he said.
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