Building and plumbing feature in Red Tape Reduction Report Card
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Red tape reforms set to save West Australians at least $150 million during the next five years have been revealed in the State's inaugural Red Tape Reduction Report Card.
Releasing the report card to launch Repeal Week 2015, Premier Colin Barnett and Finance Minister Bill Marmion said it highlighted major State Government progress in cutting costs, saving time and making life easier for industries, communities and families.
The 2015 Red Tape Reduction Report Card highlights 36 out of more than 100 significant red tape reduction successes including:
- homeowners and builders saving up to two months on housing and renovation approvals;
- plumbers saving about $1 million annually on drainage inspections; and
- multimillion dollar savings from online property conveyancing.
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