Market led proposals policy

The market led proposals policy outlines the process for proponents seeking to approach government with proposals that provide tangible benefits to the Northern Territory and provides guidance on how proposals will be considered.

The policy recognises that every proposal and proponent is different and provides the Northern Territory (NT) Government with the flexibility to progress proposals in a way that delivers value-for-money for Territorians, while providing certainty and advice to the private sector as early as possible to encourage good ideas to be developed and brought forward.

NT Government welcomes proposals that meet the policy criteria, and looks forward to working with investors to generate private investment, sustainable economic growth and to create jobs in the Northern Territory.

The release of the market led proposals policy follows a commitment in the Northern Territory infrastructure strategy to review the unsolicited proposal policy. The market led proposals policy replaces the unsolicited proposal policy entirely. Unsolicited proposals lodged prior to the release of this market led proposals policy may continue to be evaluated through the legacy framework or proponents may elect to have proposals evaluated under the market led proposals policy.

Get a copy of the market led proposals policy:

Market led proposals policy PDF (478.3 KB)
Market led proposals policy DOCX (1.1 MB)

Last updated: 08 March 2018

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