The project to build and maintain South West coast water supply and distribution facilities was one of the most expensive and ambitious projects undertaken by the Victorian Government.
This article looks at the cost of the project.
It looks at how the state’s project cost is spread across its four phases.
It covers the total cost of each project, including the cost for the water supply, distribution and distribution system and for the new water treatment plant.
The project cost was $9.6 billion in 2014-15, which was $2.5 billion in the first three years, $3.9 billion in each of the next two years, and $3 billion in 2015-16.
The water supply cost, including water to the region, was $1.9bn, the water treatment system cost $1bn, and the new treatment plant was $4.9 million.
The total cost was about $11.6bn.
This is a significant increase from $5.5bn in 2014.
This was because the costs of the water and treatment infrastructure were increasing in line with inflation.
The cost of water and the water system The total project cost of South West coasts water supply system was $14.3 billion.
The state’s overall costs of infrastructure is higher, and this is the reason for the large increase.
The costs of water supply were $2,938 million in 2014‑15, and are expected to rise to $3,937 million by 2019‑20.
The new water supply plant was a major project.
The Victorian Government has estimated that the new plant will cost about $1 billion to build, and will be ready for operation in 2023-24.
Water supply and treatment system The water and sewage treatment plant is a water treatment facility, which is a major infrastructure investment.
It is the only water supply project that is expected to cost more than $1billion.
It was initially proposed by the state Government to replace the current system of pumping and distribution of water from the Hunter Valley to the state capital, Melbourne.
The plan called for replacing the existing water and sewerage system with an aquifer to hold water in the basin.
The proposed system has been designed to hold the water in a tank.
The tank would be filled with fresh water to be pumped into the basin every two weeks, which would then be recycled for local use.
The system has also been criticised for not being able to cope with the volume of rainfall that would be generated by a large population.
The State Government has been criticised by water users for its plan, which they say would have been a disaster for the region.
The existing water supply would have failed.
It would have gone down because it would have become saturated, which could have caused severe water shortages.
The only way it could have been saved would have involved installing a second system in a different location, and that was never planned.
This second system would have also not been able to meet the expected demand from the new demand from Melbourne.
In total, there are two aquifers in the Hunter valley, one for water and one for wastewater.
The Hunter Valley has an average annual rainfall of about 30mm, so the new system would be designed to meet this demand.
The Aquifer for Water system The second major infrastructure project that was proposed was to replace and upgrade the water systems in the region to replace those in Victoria and the states.
The first two upgrades were undertaken in 2005 and 2007.
The second was completed in 2014 and will include the replacement of the existing systems, including pumps and pipes, as well as the installation of a new system.
The upgrades were funded through the State Government’s Water Infrastructure Fund.
The final upgrade of the aquifer system is due to be completed by 2023.
The original water supply plan The first upgrade was in the 1980s, and was due to begin in 1994.
The scheme was a $2 billion project that would have seen water supply systems upgraded from the current aquifines to the new aquifine system.
It had the aim of providing enough water to meet all the demand from Victoria and New South Wales.
The replacement of these systems would have required pumping water out of the Hunter River at the southern end of the basin, then turning it back into the aquifed aquifer.
The next upgrade would have increased the water capacity from 100,000 to 200,000 acre-feet per year.
The plans for the Aquifer system were never realised.
The current water supply is largely supplied by rain.
The aquifer, which supplies water to a number of water-rich properties in the regional north of the state, is also considered one of Australia’s most water-intensive reservoirs.
This means it is prone to flooding, especially in summer.
The Water Supply and Distribution System Upgrade project was undertaken in the late 1990s, but was never implemented.
In 2013-14, the State Water Board said the Aquifers Project had “failed” due to a lack