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Apr 28, 2020 – Implementation of these policy priorities now are needed to rebuild WA, protect lives and create jobs. The construction sector, supported by an efficient heavy construction materials supply chain, provides the engine for WA’s economic recovery
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Apr 24, 2020 – CCAA has assembled an Extractive Industry Priorities statement that identifies a range of actions that Government's across Australia can take to improve biodiversity outcomes while recognising the unique nature of our sector and the role we play.
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Apr 23, 2020 – Implementation of these policy priorities now are needed to rebuild South Australia, protect lives and create jobs. The construction sector, supported by an efficient heavy construction materials supply chain, provides the engine for SA’s economic re
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Apr 23, 2020 – Implementation of these policy priorities now are needed to rebuild NSW, protect lives and create jobs. The construction sector, supported by an efficient heavy construction materials supply chain, provides the engine for NSW’s economic re
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Apr 23, 2020 – In the midst of COVID-19, together with the challenging economic conditions facing the State, CCAA has produced a blueprint for Government to restore confidence for our industry. The statement highlights 5 key areas for action.
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Apr 16, 2020 – Implementation of these policy priorities now are needed to rebuild Tasmania, protect lives and create jobs. The construction sector, supported by an efficient heavy construction materials supply chain, provides the engine for TAS’s economic recovery
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Apr 16, 2020 – Implementation of these policy priorities now are needed to rebuild Victoria, protect lives and create jobs. The construction sector, supported by an efficient heavy construction materials supply chain, provides the engine for VIC’s economic recovery
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Nov 26, 2018 – Demand for heavy construction materials is at an all-time high in NSW, stimulated by population growth & infrastructure investment. As a major procurer of infrastructure, it is vital that the NSW Government plan for & protect supply into the future.
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Aug 16, 2018 – Victoria is recognised as a powerhouse of the Australian economy. With the fastest growing population, it’s driving unprecedented demand for affordable infrastructure and job creation.
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Feb 19, 2018 – The heavy construction materials industry is essential not only to the health and success of South Australia's building and construction sector, but to the state's economy as a whole.
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Nov 9, 2017 – Our industry needs a clear road map to improve the supply of construction materials for Queensland. This document presents a series of major industry challenges and recommended actions for the Queensland Government.
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Nov 1, 2017 – The heavy construction materials sector is essential if Tasmania is to grow and prosper. The supply of stone, sand, cement and concrete is critical to the development of our built environment and economy.
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Aug 28, 2017 – The CCAA Council has agreed on a high level vision for environmental sustainability in the nation's extractive industry and has released a Statement setting out the values and goals for the sector.
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May 4, 2015 – CCAA has produced a national policy priorities statement for the extractive industry, a call-for-action for governments across the nation to do more to ensure our industry can better support Australia's construction and infrastructure needs.
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May 1, 2015 – A postcard version of CCAA’S national policy priority statement for the extractive industry.
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Jun 18, 2014 – New infrastructure will be critical to Victoria’s growth and economic stability in the decades ahead. It will unlock productivity improvements across the supply chain, and help create and sustains jobs at a time.
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Oct 10, 2012 – This document is a road map of key issues and challenges facing our industry. It identifies the main issues, which if addressed, will dramatically improve the performance of our industry.
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May 20, 2012 – The heavy construction materials industry recognises the benefits of working in partnership with government and the community to achieve a sustainable industry that benefits all.