The Australian Infrastructure Plan and the recent Reform Series paper Future Cities: Planning for our growing population made recommendations to all levels of government on managing population growth for the benefit of all Australians. Future Cities presented growth scenarios for Melbourne and Sydney to 2046 and found that a business-as-usual approach to land use and infrastructure planning in our largest cities is not sustainable. It recommended that governments improve planning and delivery processes to accommodate growth, particularly through integration and coordination in delivering strategic metropolitan plans. This paper builds on this work by providing more detailed advice to governments, industry, and the community on how we can improve the way we plan for and deliver housing and infrastructure as our cities grow.