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The role of PPPs as a driver of
critical infrastructure resilience:
An indust...
01 02 03
04
Outline
Key findings from
investors, developers,
and operators
Summary of findings to
drive critical infrastru...
Setting the scene
• PPPs in the Australian context
• PPPs aren’t new
• Why focus on PPPs for critical infrastructure
resil...
Our approach
• One on one interviews with investors,
developers and operators
• Key projects examined across a range of
se...
Key findings
1. Ownership and appropriate risk transfer
drives resilient thinking
Key findings
1. Ownership and appropriate risk transfer
drives resilient thinking
2. Experience and approach of government...
Key findings
1. Ownership and appropriate risk transfer
drives resilient thinking
2. Experience and approach of government...
Key findings
4. Insurers’ appetite to cover resilience-related
claims is diminishing, and premiums are
increasing
Key findings
4. Insurers’ appetite to cover resilience-related
claims is diminishing, and premiums are
increasing
5. Whole...
Summary
Theme Enabler / challenge
Ownership and appropriate transfer
of risk drives resilient thinking
Enabler
Experienced...
Summary
• Proactive rather than reactive approach to
critical infrastructure resilience
Summary
• Proactive rather than reactive approach to
critical infrastructure resilience
• Undertake rigorous pre-tender du...
Summary
• Proactive rather than reactive approach to
critical infrastructure resilience
• Undertake rigorous pre-tender du...
Summary
• Proactive rather than reactive approach to
critical infrastructure resilience
• Undertake rigorous pre-tender du...
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Resilience Shift Policy Symposium - the role of PPPs - Elisa McLennan

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The Resilience Shift Policy Symposium took place on Wed 15 May 2019 in Melbourne Australia. This presentation was by Arup’s Elisa McLennan who spoke about her work to research the role of PPPs in enhancing resilience. This will be published shortly as a Resilience Shift briefing paper. See presentation. The Symposium explored ways to incentivise resilience - by understanding the key drivers, and exploring the use of different policy approaches to enhance critical infrastructure resilience.

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Resilience Shift Policy Symposium - the role of PPPs - Elisa McLennan

  1. 1. resilienceshift.org info@resilienceshift.org The role of PPPs as a driver of critical infrastructure resilience: An industry perspective Elisa McLennan | Australian Economics Skills Leader
  2. 2. 01 02 03 04 Outline Key findings from investors, developers, and operators Summary of findings to drive critical infrastructure resilience through PPPs Our approach to understanding the role of PPPs in critical infrastructure resilience Setting the scene for resilience and PPPs
  3. 3. Setting the scene • PPPs in the Australian context • PPPs aren’t new • Why focus on PPPs for critical infrastructure resilience?
  4. 4. Our approach • One on one interviews with investors, developers and operators • Key projects examined across a range of sectors • Identification of consistent themes
  5. 5. Key findings 1. Ownership and appropriate risk transfer drives resilient thinking
  6. 6. Key findings 1. Ownership and appropriate risk transfer drives resilient thinking 2. Experience and approach of government client is key to successful and resilient PPPs
  7. 7. Key findings 1. Ownership and appropriate risk transfer drives resilient thinking 2. Experience and approach of government client is key to successful and resilient PPPs 3. Federal and State / Territory PPP policies are mature; however, resilience policies are currently emerging, and are not consistently embedded in infrastructure delivery.
  8. 8. Key findings 4. Insurers’ appetite to cover resilience-related claims is diminishing, and premiums are increasing
  9. 9. Key findings 4. Insurers’ appetite to cover resilience-related claims is diminishing, and premiums are increasing 5. Whole of life design is enhanced, but systems thinking varies by sector
  10. 10. Summary Theme Enabler / challenge Ownership and appropriate transfer of risk drives resilient thinking Enabler Experienced government partners are key Enabler / challenge Policy into practice Enabler / challenge Insurer appetite is changing Challenge Whole of life design but limited systems thinking Challenge Interview findings
  11. 11. Summary • Proactive rather than reactive approach to critical infrastructure resilience
  12. 12. Summary • Proactive rather than reactive approach to critical infrastructure resilience • Undertake rigorous pre-tender due diligence and embed resilience into tender specifications
  13. 13. Summary • Proactive rather than reactive approach to critical infrastructure resilience • Undertake rigorous pre-tender due diligence and embed resilience into tender specifications • Streamline resilience policy at a National to State / Territory level, and embed resilience policies into the Infrastructure Australia PPP policy and guidelines
  14. 14. Summary • Proactive rather than reactive approach to critical infrastructure resilience • Undertake rigorous pre-tender due diligence and embed resilience into tender specifications • Streamline resilience policy at a National to State / Territory level, and embed resilience policies into the Infrastructure Australia PPP policy and guidelines • Investigate the use of government insurers for PPPs and the impact of this on both the Government and private sector.
  15. 15. resilienceshift.org info@resilienceshift.org Thank you @resilienceshift The Resilience Shift

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