South Australia needs a competitive, dynamic economy that provides new job opportunities, fosters entrepreneurialism and strengthens the future of our State.
If elected in March 2018 a Marshall Liberal Government will enter a longer term agreement with the RDAs under which State funding of $3m per annum will be provided in each of the 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21 and 2021-22 financial years.
If elected in March 2018, a Liberal Government will commit to injecting $150 million over the following 10 years to support employment growth in the regions.
If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will implement a series of reforms to enable South Australians businesses to better participate in government procurement by providing more opportunities more simply.
If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will amend planning regulations to ensure horticulture netting does not require a planning permit.
If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will make NRM reform a foundation of our environmental and regional policies through decentralisation of decision making and empowerment of communities.
If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will establish a Regional Roads and Infrastructure Fund to provide a dedicated funding stream for our regions for the next 10 years.
After 15 years of Labor, South Australian households and businesses are suffering with the highest energy prices in the world.
Our Liberal Energy Solution will deliver cheaper and more reliable energy for our State.
The State Liberals have made the decision to scrap the State Bank Tax to ensure South Australian families and businesses will not have to bear the additional $370 million cost that Labor wants to impose on them.
If elected in 2018 a Marshall Liberal Government will deregulate retail shop trading hours to allow businesses to remain open, South Australians to keep working and consumers to continue buying what they went, when they want.
If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will develop an alternative corridor for heavy freight, which will avoid the heavily populated areas of existing freight routes, and be non-stop directly into South Australia’s biggest port – Port Adelaide.