Building Momentum: State Infrastructure Strategy 2018-2038

In March 2018, Infrastructure NSW released the latest edition of its 20-year State Infrastructure Strategy (SIS). This 20-year strategy sets out Infrastructure NSW’s independent advice on the current state of NSW’s infrastructure and the needs and priorities over the next 20 years. It looks beyond a pipeline of projects and makes recommendations to the Government aimed at achieving sustainable growth in the NSW population and economy.

The SIS sets six cross-sectoral strategic directions, including: integrated land use and infrastructure planning, asset management, resilience, digital connectivity and technology, and innovative service models.
 

How does the State Infrastructure Strategy inform Government investment decisions?

The SIS and its recommendations are a key consideration in the decision-making process for Government infrastructure investment, including through the annual budget prioritisation process. The Government’s infrastructure strategy, including its infrastructure investment priorities, is detailed in the Budget Papers each year.

Infrastructure NSW is currently developing the next 20-year SIS.

Further information on the SIS is provided on the Infrastructure NSW website.

Last updated: 17/02/2021