A city structure to deliver jobs and investment
The central city will continue to be Melbourne's largest concentration of employment. National employment and innovation clusters will be a focus for knowledge-based employment and crucial for maximising access to high-productivity jobs for the middle and outer suburbs and growth areas.
Together with key industrial precincts, transport gateways, health and education precincts and metropolitan activity centres, these locations will attract investment and stimulate employment.
Focusing on key employment areas, planning for their development, targeting infrastructure investment to them and ensuring they are linked to transport networks will maximise the city's productivity— positioning Melbourne as Australia's pre-eminent knowledge economy, services sector and freight hub.
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