The Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission is responsible for providing advice to the Chief Minister and Cabinet on accelerating the Territory’s economic rebound and positioning the Territory for growth.
The Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission is focussed on:
- creating jobs in the near term
- options to attract investment, including in regions and remote communities
- priorities for regulatory reform and streamlining approvals to support industry and investment
- how to build on the Territory’s competitive advantage and strategic location
- engagement with the Australian Government, investors and trade partners.
The commission will investigate and advise on the range of factors that could be addressed to ensure a rapid recovery takes place such as government policy reform, priority infrastructure, access to land, regulatory approvals and the availability of finance.
Get the commission's terms of reference.
Conflict of interest management
A conflict of interest management framework is in place that sets out the responsibilities of, and processes for, all members of the Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission to declare and manage conflicts of interest.
An independent conflicts of interest advisor has been engaged to oversee the conflict of interest framework during the operations of the Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission and Team Territory.
The members of the Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission and Team Territory have signed a confidentiality and conflicts of interest deed, and are required to register and maintain a list of conflicts of interests with the secretariat executive.