Almost two years since Federal Labor made its 2022 election commitments, hundreds of projects have still failed to commence according to documents recently released to Parliament.


Federal Member for Flynn, Colin Boyce said organisations and councils in Flynn have been unfairly subject to long and unnecessary bureaucratic processes.


“Our community has been forced to jump through the Albanese Government’s hoops just to receive the funding that was promised to them before Labor were elected,” Mr Boyce said.


“Here in Flynn, 4 projects have failed to commence and are still being held up by Labor’s incompetence. These include:


      • Stage 3B of the Biloela Raedon Street Industrial Estate

      • Boyne Tannum Sharks Football Club Clubhouse Facilities

      • Gladstone Regional Indoor Sports Complex

      • Aquatic Centre for Boyne Island and Tannum Sands

    “These delays demonstrate the low regard the Albanese Government has for Flynn Community groups and councils have been left in the lurch by Labor after they promised these projects would be delivered.”


    Shadow Infrastructure Minister, Senator Bridget McKenzie said Albanese’s trademark delays are unfairly impacting towns, regions, and suburbs right throughout Australia.


    “Communities across the nation gave Mr Albanese his Prime Ministership off the back of these promises, and with 98.7 per cent of projects incomplete nationally, and 60 per cent not yet agreed and contracted, it exposes Labor’s warped priorities,” Senator McKenzie said.


    “The Albanese Labor Government has wasted much of the past two years distracted by its disastrous and divisive $450 million Voice Referendum campaign, instead of delivering much needed community infrastructure.


    “Since being elected, Prime Minister Albanese has abolished $10 billion in regional and community programs and his government has bungled the delivery of projects Labor promised at the election.

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