Advocating for Casey’s growth

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In 2010, the Growth Areas Infrastructure Contribution (GAIC) came into effect requiring developers with Melbourne designated growth areas (including Casey) to pay a contribution to State Government infrastructure towards the development of arterial roads, public transport and other vital infrastructure.

There is currently no requirement for the GAIC funds collected in Casey to be spent on projects within Casey.

Council is seeking that GAIC funds collected from the City of Casey’s growth corridors should be spent on projects within Casey and in conjunction with Council’s priority list.

In 2010, the Growth Areas Infrastructure Contribution (GAIC) came into effect requiring developers with Melbourne designated growth areas (including Casey) to pay a contribution to State Government infrastructure towards the development of arterial roads, public transport and other vital infrastructure.

There is currently no requirement for the GAIC funds collected in Casey to be spent on projects within Casey.

Council is seeking that GAIC funds collected from the City of Casey’s growth corridors should be spent on projects within Casey and in conjunction with Council’s priority list.

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