Social infrastructure includes physical facilities and spaces where the community can access social services. These include health-related services, education and training, social housing programs, police, courts and other justice and public safety provisions, as well as arts, culture and recreational facilities.
The Strategy for Social Infrastructure ( 1.5 MB)is a framework that encourages more integrated, accessible, multi-functional and cost-effective social infrastructure delivery, improving services to communities.
The strategy is supported by a Best Practice Guide for Social Infrastructure ( 4.7 MB), which outlines seven success factors that can be applied to assets. The guide showcases examples that collaborate and leverage funding to deliver good community outcomes.
Last updated: Tuesday, Oct 1, 2019