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RA Webinar with Tim Pallas

05/06/2020 13:00 to 05/06/2020 14:00

Venue: Via Zoom
Details:

The Victorian Government has been quick to respond to the coronavirus pandemic by recommitting to, and investing even more, in its Big Build infrastructure program.

The man behind the wheel of Victoria's economy - Treasurer Tim Pallas - is playing a key role in the Government's response. He jointly oversees the Building Victoria’s Recovery Taskforce, established to help keep the state’s building and development industry running through the coronavirus crisis.

He has also been front-and-centre reassuring the infrastructure sector of the Government's commitment to its investment pipeline as a driver of economic recovery.

Treasurer Pallas joins us via webinar to talk about the Government's immediate response to this crisis and what it means more broadly for the next State Budget.

Date:     Friday 5 June 2020

Time:     1pm - 2pm (AEST)

ZOOM: The Zoom link will be sent to you when you have booked on this event.  An email will be sent with the link on Tuesday.

BOOKING OPTIONS

This event is complimentary to RA members, however limited to a maximum of 500 participants.

RA Non members - $150 (inc GST)

Any queries contact rachael@roads.org.au

OUR SPEAKER

The Hon Tim Pallas MP, Treasurer, Government of Victoria

Tim was elected to the Victorian Parliament in 2006 as the State Member for Werribee and currently serves as Treasurer and Minister for Economic Development and Minister for Industrial Relations.

He has served in previous Labor Governments as the Minister for Roads and Ports, Minister for Major Projects and Minister for Resources.

As a Minister in the Bracks/Brumby Government, Tim was responsible for overseeing major infrastructure projects including the M1 upgrade, Deer Park bypass, Geelong Ring Road, the AAMI park development and the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Tim is married with two children. He is a passionate supporter of the Werribee Tigers, Western Bulldogs and the Melbourne Storm.

 

 

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