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GAA Business Plan 2012-2013

The GAA’s main objective is to ensure that as our population heads towards 5 million, that our city continues to be one of the world’s most liveable by retaining liveability, affordability and accessibility.
This can be achieved through provision of a wide choice of affordable housing at a variety of addresses for all household types, including families, singles and couples, students and the elderly.
Creating new suburbs that will deliver a wide variety of jobs close to home is one of the GAA’s key objectives for the 2012/13 financial year. This can be achieved by planning vibrant suburbs and town centres that are attractive to potential residents and businesses and have access to quality shopping precincts, community services, open space and key infrastructure.

GAA Business Plan 2012 – 2013

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