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1. 29 May 17TASMANIA / PLANNING
Clayton Utz issued an outline of proposed amendments to the Tasmanian planning system. [Full text]
2. 29 May 17VICTORIA / PLANNING
The Victorian Government released a Draft Action Statement as part of a review of Small Business Regulation, including a section on the streamlining of approvals processes. [Full text]
3. 29 May 17VICTORIA / PLANNING
The Victorian Government released documentation to support the transition to the state's new Planning Scheme Information Management System. [Full text]
4. 29 May 17QUEENSLAND / PLANNING / INDIGENOUS
The Planning Institute announced a draft Indigenous planning policy for Queensland. [Full text]
5. 29 May 17QUEENSLAND / PLANNING
The Queensland Government launched an online learning hub about the state's new planning system which takes effect from 3 July. [Full text]
6. 29 May 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING
A technical amendment to the ACT's Territory Plan has come into effect that introduces a precinct map and code for the suburb of Taylor at Gungahlin. [Full text]
7. 29 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Lindsay Taylor Lawyers issued a summary of proposed ePlanning regulations in NSW. [Full text]
8. 29 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Code tackles the most difficult impediments to the take-up of complying development in Greenfield estates according to the HIA. [Full text]
9. 29 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said the Code should extend to urban infill. [Full text]
10. 29 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Shadow Minister Michael Daley said the paper contains proposals to streamline Compliant Developments for greenfield sites. [Full text]
11. 29 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Minister Anthony Roberts called for feedback on the proposed Greenfield Housing Code for NSW. [Full text]
12. 25 May 17QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
The Property Council said that 62 per cent of Queenslanders believe the investment and development of the state's infrastructure is being poorly coordinated. [Full text]
13. 25 May 17QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
Minister Mark Bailey told Parliament that over the last two budgets, nearly $7 billion had been rolled out by the Queensland Government's Transport and Main Roads on road and transport infrastructure. [Full text]
14. 25 May 17QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said the Australian Track Rail Corporation has confirmed that the Inland Rail freight project will stop 38km short of the Port of Brisbane. [Full text]
15. 25 May 17QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
The Infrastructure Association said Queensland must start the Cross River Rail with or without the Commonwealth. [Full text]
16. 25 May 17QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
Minister Darren Chester and Paul Fletcher discussed funding for Brisbane's Cross River Rail, in an interview. [Full text]
17. 25 May 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / PLANNING
Minister Eva Lawler called for Expressions of Interest for a new chair of the NT Development Consent Authority. [Full text]
18. 22 May 17TASMANIA / PLANNING
The Planning Institute made a submission on the draft Tasmanian Planning Policies. [Full text]
19. 22 May 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The Environmental Defenders Office released a report on public participation for environmental decision making in SA. [Full text]
20. 22 May 17VICTORIA / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Madgwicks Lawyers published a summary of proposed changes to stamp duty concessions that will affect off-the-plan investment properties in Victoria. [Full text]
21. 22 May 17VICTORIA / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Municipal Association of Victoria said Councils could be hit with a $20 million additional cost every second year if the Victorian Government moves to annual property valuations. [Full text]
22. 22 May 17VICTORIA / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Victorian Government released a planning permit activity report for April. [Full text]
23. 22 May 17VICTORIA / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Minister Lily D'Ambrosio announced a new Suburban Development portfolio in the Victorian Government with an aim to establish six metropolitan partnerships with local government, industry and the community sector. [Full text]
24. 22 May 17QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
The Property Council welcomed comments by Deputy Premier Jackie Trad expressing caution about the design of any value capture framework for the Cross River Rail project. [Full text]
25. 22 May 17QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk welcomed a commitment from the PM to work in partnership, particularly on the Cross River Rail project. [Full text]
26. 22 May 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING
Of respondents to an ACT Government poll, 78 per cent agreed that 'marker buildings' of 24 to 27 stories could be appropriate in the Gungahlin town centre. [Full text]
27. 22 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The McKell Institute discussed 'Planning for success: Why the New South Wales Government should reform planning laws'. [Full text]
28. 22 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Justin Douglas of NSW Planning and Environment discussed Sydney housing affordability, in an article. [Full text]
29. 22 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said that with a new metro rail station and the renewal of the social housing estate on government owned land it is clear that this project must be the responsibility of the State Government. [Full text]
30. 22 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Minister Anthony Roberts announced Waterloo in inner Sydney as a State Significant Precinct. [Full text]
31. 22 May 17PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Planning Institute also released an outline of Budget announcements related to planning. [Full text]
32. 22 May 17PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Planning Institute issued 'PIA Insight: National Housing Infrastructure Facility, Federal Budget 2017'. [Full text]
33. 18 May 17QUEENSLAND / PLANNING
Deputy Premier Jackie Trad announced that the $53 million Yeppoon Foreshore Lagoon Precinct in Livingstone Shire is now officially underway. [Full text]
34. 18 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / FINANCE / PLANNING
The NSW Federation of Housing Associations made a submission to the IPART Review of rent models for social and affordable housing. [Full text]
35. 18 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / FINANCE / PLANNING
Professor Hal Pawson outlined the combination of measures required to address housing affordability in Sydney. [Full text]
36. 18 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Sydney Olympic Park draft Master Plan will need more flexibility to respond to the proposed Metro West rail station, according to the Urban Taskforce. [Full text]
37. 18 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
PwC said we need a plan for a Greater Western Sydney airport that includes the world's best delivery, coordination across all three levels of government and a razor sharp focus on connection. [Full text]
38. 18 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Paul Fletcher discussed Sydney transport projects in an interview. [Full text]
39. 18 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The City of Parramatta released a Draft City Significant Development Policy and Draft Probity Plan for Development Assessment. [Full text]
40. 18 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Treasurer Morrison discussed the financial incentives for councils to unlock land, in an interview. [Full text]
41. 18 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Treasurer Scott Morrison and Assistant Minister Angus Taylor issued a statement on the development of a Western Sydney City Deal. [Full text]
42. 18 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
NSW Planning and Environment released a background paper and explanation of intended effect for a proposed new Greenfield Housing Code. [Full text]
43. 18 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils welcomed the announcement. [Full text]
44. 18 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Minister Anthony Roberts released a Land Use and Infrastructure Implementation Plan for Sydney's North West Priority Growth Area. [Full text]
45. 15 May 17VICTORIA / PLANNING / INDUSTRY
Former Deputy DG of the Queensland Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning, Stuart Moseley has been announced as CEO of the Victorian Planning Authority. [Full text]
46. 15 May 17QUEENSLAND / HERITAGE / PLANNING
Minister Jackie Trad announced legislation aimed at protecting heritage buildings from inappropriate demolition in Queensland. [Full text]
47. 15 May 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING
Chief Minister Andrew Barr announced the passage of legislation to establish the City Renewal Authority and Suburban Land Agency in the ACT. [Full text]
48. 11 May 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
Minister Rita Saffioti announced a suspension of the previous WA Government's process to replace the Swan Valley Planning Act. [Full text]
49. 11 May 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING
The National Capital Authority released the Acton Peninsula Precinct Draft Structure Plan, for community consultation. [Full text]
50. 11 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / PLANNING
Minister Anthony Roberts announced that for more than three years, approvals in NSW have exceeded 50,000, which is the longest run above 50,000 in this State's history. [Full text]