In this interview, Craig Whatman from Pitcher Partners Melbourne discusses the new plan by the Victoria’s peak infrastructure body to fuel population growth in Melbourne’s middle suburbs.
Whatman suggests that proposal to abolish stamp duty may be “very difficult” and there may be alternative options Victoria could do to encourage more population growth.
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