2018 State election policy priorities

2018 State election policy priorities


Committee for Melbourne has released an overview of our policy priorities for the 2018 Victorian State Election.  

For over 30 years Committee for Melbourne has been striving to shape a better future for our city.

Over the last 12 months, our 150 member organisations and key stakeholders have been working with government to form a range of future-focused actions to ensure the prosperity and liveability of Greater Melbourne.

Our 2018 policy summary outlines a vision for the future, addressing the rapid pace of change we are experiencing.

How the next Victorian Government approaches these challenges and opportunities over the next ten years will help decide Melbourne's, Victoria’s, and Australia’s future.

The Committee encourages you to review these policy priorities and help us pursue these outcomes in the upcoming election.

For member and stakeholder enquiries contact Clive Dwyer.

For  media enquiries contact Sophie Bigaignon.

The Hon. Daniel Andrews MP, Premier of Victoria with The Hon. Matthew Guy MP, Leader of the Opposition

 Minister Philip Dalidakis and Shadow Minister David Southwick at lthe aunch of the Victorian All-Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence, an initative of Commitee for Melboune


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