About Market-led Proposals
Premier's media statement:
Clear pathway for businesses and government to create WA jobs - 28 June 2018
The State Government is seeking feedback on a draft Market-led Proposals (MLP) Policy. The draft MLP Policy provides an innovative pathway for businesses and government to work together to create jobs and stimulate the economy. Establishing a mechanism to receive and evaluate unsolicited proposals from the private sector is an election commitment as part of the McGowan Labor Government’s
Plan for Jobs.
An MLP is a proposal from the private sector to government to build and/or finance infrastructure; provide goods or services; or to purchase a government-owned asset, where government has not requested the proposal.
The draft Policy provides a single portal to industry and a clear, consistent and transparent process for parties seeking to approach government with proposals. The Policy outlines how the government will evaluate the merits of such proposals and determine whether it is in the public interest to enter exclusive negotiations with a proponent, rather than engaging in the usual competitive process.
Further information on the proposal is provided in the documents below.
Draft Market-led Proposals Policy (PDF - 2.6 MB)
Draft Market-led Proposals Supplementary Guidelines (PDF - 2.8 MB)
Draft Market-led Proposals Policy – Fact Sheet (PDF - 317 KB)
Draft Market-led Proposals Policy – Frequently Asked Questions (PDF - 431 KB)
Stakeholder Forum Presentation - Draft MLP Policy (PDF - 1.1 MB)
Please see below for details of a free stakeholder forum to be held for all stakeholders to gain a better understanding of the draft MLP Policy. The forum will be held at Dumas House, 2 Havelock St, West Perth on
Wednesday 18 July 2018 at 10.30am. To register for the forum please email your name, organisation and contact details to
Officers from the Department of Premier and Cabinet are also available to meet with stakeholder groups and individuals during the consultation period to discuss the Policy in more detail. Please email the above address to arrange a suitable time.
How to make a submission
Submission Form (PDF - 362 KB)
Submissions close at 5pm on 9 August 2018. Late submissions will not be considered.
Please provide your feedback by downloading the submission form available above. All submissions received will be considered by the State Government prior to finalising the Policy and Guidelines.
When making a submission please make sure you:
- clearly state your views and the reasons for your views
- where relevant or possible, outline alternatives or solutions to your identified issues.
Note that all submissions will be treated as confidential within the limits of the
Freedom of Information Act 1992.
Submissions can be lodged:
By posting to:
Infrastructure Policy and Governance Unit
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Locked Bag 3001
West Perth WA 6872
By email to:
For more information on making a submission and all other enquiries, please email email@example.com or call (08) 6552 5025.