The current regional road funding formula adds pressure to small business finances.
Business profitability can be affected by poor infrastructure.
The following factors need to be taken into account in order to fix regional infrastructure.
- Farming, mining, tourism and other rural businesses need to be profitable to survive.
- Roads are fundamental to financial success.
- Federal Minister says road funding based on a “longstanding formula that takes into account, population…..”.
- It’s not hard to see how badly that will work for regional, rural and remote areas!
- MPs crowd people into big cities to preserve agricultural land to feed the city millions, gain mineral and agricultural export income and cater to tourism.
- Then because rural & regional Australia has less population, it gets less road money.
- Rural regional and remote Australians are just as entitled to decent roads as anyone.
- They support our economy!
Influence in democracy belongs to individual voters, not non-voting peak bodies.
1986 GBAC founder, Greg Bloomfield invented the Votergram empowering all Australians
It the easiest, most effective way for voters to influence governments.
Why? Because voters control political careers with their votes, campaigning for or against parties. Individual voters, not their organisations have the power to end or support political careers.
Votergrams enable ALL MPs to know first-hand what voters want. Then they mostly do it.
Regional Business Finances depend on good roads
So let’s see rural, regional and remote voters getting their fair share of road money.
Issues like this are integral to enterprise profitability.
GBAC knows that farm and business profitability requires good infrastructure.
You have to ask to receive what you want.
To get more money into rural roads, ask by Votergram.
Parliament decides by majority votes, in the chamber, party, cabinet not ministerial generosity.
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It works for the borrowers, not the banks as brokers on bank paid commissions do.
GBAC will get you a better loan than going to the bank direct or via a broker on $7,000 commission.