Five-year infrastructure plan – we want your feedback.
Earlier this year, Tasracing consulted with industry on the new five year corporate plan, and in March released a summary of the feedback and high level priorities. The feedback overwhelmingly indicated two issues of crucial importance to industry participants:
1. Stakes growth
For the record, an annual stakes increase of up to four per cent per annum has already been flagged over the five-year forecast period, subject to business performance.
So it is appropriate that we now turn our mind to the racing infrastructure needs of the state.
Through this consultation document, we are giving industry participants a chance to have their say on the development of a new infrastructure plan – one which will provide the foundation for our shared love of racing for generations to come. Based on our own analysis of asset and infrastructure needs using our Strategic Asset Management Information System (SAMIS), we have developed a list of priority infrastructure investments at each racing venue. Now, we are asking you to review these proposed priorities and provide your opinions and feedback.
Our vision for the infrastructure plan is to deliver:
- Infrastructure that meets participants’ expectations.
- A systematic approach to allocation of infrastructure investment.
- Facilities that meet Tasmania’s tri-code needs across the state.
- Facilities that meet customer needs.
This is an exciting opportunity to share in the creation of a plan for the future of racing infrastructure in our state. I would therefore encourage everyone involved in racing in Tasmania to review this consultation document, and provide feedback using the instructions contained within. I look forward to your responses.
Please provide any feedback regarding this document to:
PO Box 730
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