Second summit builds on industry reforms
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Major reforms to improve the efficiency, productivity and consistency of the Western Australian building industry will progress further today as the Liberal National Government hosted its second Building Summit.
Commerce Minister Michael Mischin – along with Planning Minister Donna Faragher and Local Government Minister Tony Simpson – will provide a progress update on key issues and ideas raised at the previous summit, before leading more detailed discussions on building, planning and local government processes.
"The State Government is committed to turning ideas into action in order to cut red tape and deliver significant improvements to the building process, while also allowing and encouraging those who operate in the building industry to embrace innovation and come up with creative solutions to problems they may encounter," Mr Mischin said.
"To do this, we need to be confident the current process is understood, including what is working well and where there may be opportunities for improvement."
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