ISA will adopt an issues lens for better integration and outcomes.
ISA's 20-Year State Infrastructure Strategies will demonstrate an inclusive and far-sighted view of the State and its infrastructure. Each will be a key tool enabling a consistent approach to the development of infrastructure and project evaluation to build a strong pipeline of infrastructure projects. Together these will build our social capital as well as sustainable and contemporary economies to support SA’s needs well into the future.
ISA will consider issues and projects from a range of perspectives.
Infrastructure SA is committed to consulting broadly with all levels of government, infrastructure providers and users, industry, local councils and communities in the preparation of its 20-Year State Infrastructure Strategies. It is important that everyone provides input during our strategy development process.
Grow the economy and create jobs.
Enhance productivity and access to markets, support employment and population growth.
Improve access to services for all.
Connected cities, communities and regions, optimise capacity and social inclusion.
Be holistic and integrated.
Consider whole community, incidental impacts/demand, importance of place, integration between agencies.
Be economically efficient.
Evidence based, whole of life approach, optimise assets, public and private.
Download a summary of our Values, Guiding Principles, Strategic Goals, Vision and Purpose here.
Premier’s Statement of Expectations
The Premier of South Australia, The Hon Peter Malinauskas MP, has outlined his expectations for the operations, performance and strategic direction of Infrastructure SA for our Board of Directors in his Statement of Expectations.
Download the Statement of Expectations 2022-24.
The Infrastructure SA Act 2018 came into effect on 26 November 2018. The Act establishes Infrastructure SA as an independent advisory authority to develop a long-term State Infrastructure Strategy and ongoing infrastructure plans which prioritise major projects and associated infrastructure spending.
Read the Infrastructure SA Act 2018 here.