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The Warren Centre established the Urban Reform Project with the following broad aims:

  • To identify barriers to successful infrastructure projects
  • To identify and publish an Agenda for Reform through a consensus based approach
  • To develop and publish a Framework for Reform and an Action Plan for implementation, expanding on the Agenda for Reform.

The ideas and key concerns identified through the colloquium were collated into the Handbook for Reform, which outlines the key success factors and barriers in bringing projects to fruition, including decision making and procurement processes. It is designed to help bridge the gap between planning and delivery of infrastructure. The Handbook for Reform outlined the Agenda for Reform.

More details at their website http://thewarrencentre.org.au/urbanreform/

 

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