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1. 4 May 17VICTORIA / PLANNING
Minister Richard Wynne announced that the Victorian Budget includes $12 million to continue the implementation of Plan Melbourne and $11 million to establish Land Use Victoria. [Full text]
2. 4 May 17QUEENSLAND / INDIGENOUS / HERITAGE / PLANNING
The Planning Institute released a report on draft Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander planning policy for Queensland. [Full text]
3. 4 May 17QUEENSLAND / INDIGENOUS / HERITAGE / PLANNING
The Queensland Government released an issues paper as part of a review of cultural heritage duty of care guidelines. [Full text]
4. 4 May 17QUEENSLAND / PLANNING / DESIGN / MAPPING
The Planning Institute released a paper on 3D city modelling for community participation and planning processes in Queensland. [Full text]
5. 4 May 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING
Minister Mick Gentleman issued an update on public consultation for proposed planning changes to the ACT's Woden and Mawson centres. [Full text]
6. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
NSW Planning and Environment issued a newsletter. [Full text]
7. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils published a range of submissions on draft NSW planning amendments and documents. [Full text]
8. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The City of Sydney invited community feedback on draft planning controls for the Danks Street South precinct in Waterloo, including allowance for around 1,275 new homes. [Full text]
9. 4 May 17AWARDS / PLANNING
The Planning Institute announced the winners of the National Awards for Planning Excellence. [Full text]
10. 16 February 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The Planning Institute made a submission on the Ministerial Kilburn and Blair Athol Urban Renewal Development Plan Amendment. [Full text]
11. 16 February 17VICTORIA / PLANNING
Parliamentary Secretary Victoria Danielle Green launched an industrial land strategy for Portland on Victoria's western coast. [Full text]
12. 16 February 17VICTORIA / PLANNING
Minister Wynne approved a precinct structure plan for Wollert in northern Melbourne, to accommodate 15,000 dwellings. [Full text]
13. 16 February 17VICTORIA / PLANNING
Minister Richard Wynne announced legislation to protect Macedon Ranges from inappropriate development. [Full text]
14. 16 February 17VICTORIA / PLANNING
The Victorian Planning Authority announced that Peter Seamer will step down as CEO. [Full text]
15. 16 February 17VICTORIA / PLANNING
The Victorian Planning Authority issued 'State of the State Report - fourth Quarter 2016'. [Full text]
16. 16 February 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING
Ministers Mick Gentleman and Shane Rattenbury announced changes to community consultation requirements for major development proposals in the ACT. [Full text]
17. 16 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
NSW Planning and Environment announced a rezoning of 50 hectares of land in the Tweed Shire to allow for approximately 250 new homes. [Full text]
18. 16 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
IPART issued a fact sheet on the discount rate for use in net present value models for contributions plans in NSW. [Full text]
19. 16 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
In an interview with the Property Council, Minister Roberts said that Sydney alone will need 664,000 new homes over the next 20 years to keep pace with demand. [Full text]
20. 13 February 17VICTORIA / PLANNING / INDUSTRY
Crown Resorts announced an investment of up to $100 million on tourism and public realm amenities as a condition of the approval. [Full text]
21. 13 February 17VICTORIA / PLANNING / INDUSTRY
Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister Richard Wynne announced conditional approval for a 90-storey hotel and apartment complex to be developed by Crown Resorts at Southbank in Melbourne. [Full text]
22. 13 February 17QUEENSLAND / PLANNING
Submissions have closed for draft changes to Queensland's Planning Regulation, State Planning Policy and State Development Assessment Provisions. [Full text]
23. 13 February 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING / GENERAL
Chief Minister Andrew Barr announced that the ACT Government has started to create a new authority to manage urban renewal projects and a new green field land release agency, as part of a summary of the first 100 days since re-election. [Full text]
24. 13 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
Local Government NSW made a submission on a proposed update to the policy framework for Voluntary Planning Agreements in NSW. [Full text]
25. 13 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
Updated details on proposed changes to the NSW Infrastructure State Environmental Planning Policy are online. [Full text]
26. 13 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
The UDIA made a submission on the Government's discussion paper 'Using Value Capture to Help Deliver Major Land Transport Infrastructure'. [Full text]
27. 13 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
The Greens said the Parliamentary Committee's support for high speed rail value capture along Australia's east coast is fraught with danger. [Full text]
28. 13 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese responded to the report. [Full text]
29. 13 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
MP John Alexander discussed value capture and infrastructure funding as he tabled the Parliamentary Committee report 'Harnessing value, delivering infrastructure'. [Full text]
30. 9 February 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
Minister Kyam Maher announced that the suburb of Tonsley has officially been created following an application by the City of Marion and Renewal SA. [Full text]
31. 9 February 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
Minister John Rau announced planning approval for a $22 million tourist resort on Kangaroo Island in SA. [Full text]
32. 9 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said the data demonstrates that Sydneysiders prefer to live in amenable areas close to jobs and public transport. [Full text]
33. 9 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Greens published data on housing targets and new dwelling approvals in different local government areas in Sydney. [Full text]
34. 9 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
NSW Planning & Environment published a background summary on the new Minister for Planning, Anthony Roberts. [Full text]
35. 9 February 17PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE / EDUCATION
Domain released an interactive report on 2016 home prices for different school zones in each capital city. [Full text]
36. 9 February 17PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE / EDUCATION
Assistant Minister Angus Taylor issued a release on the use of city deals to build tertiary cities with a focus on university infrastructure. [Full text]
37. 9 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Infrastructure, Transport and Cities tabled its November 2016 report, 'Harnessing Value, Delivering Infrastructure'. [Full text]
38. 9 February 17INTERNATIONAL / PLANNING
The UK-based Centre for Policy Studies released 'Housing: Now is the time to Seize the Opportunity'. [Full text]
39. 6 February 17VICTORIA / PLANNING
The UDIA responded to the announcement by Treasurer Tim Pallas of an extra $16 million to speed up planning and approval processes in Victoria. [Full text]
40. 6 February 17QUEENSLAND / PLANNING
Clayton UTZ published a summary of the new Queensland Planning Act. [Full text]
41. 6 February 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING / DESIGN
The ACT Government launched consultations toward the development of a Master Plan and Conservation Management Plan for Haig Park in Canberra. [Full text]
42. 6 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The draft NSW State Environmental Planning Policy Educational Establishments and Child Care Facilities has been released for community consultation. [Full text]
43. 6 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Environmental Defender's Office issued 'Six big changes to the Planning Act in 2017 (and three missed opportunities)'. [Full text]
44. 6 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Greater Sydney Commission announced community engagement events for draft District Plans and the 'Towards our Greater Sydney 2056' regional plan. [Full text]
45. 6 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Greater Sydney Commission released productivity, liveability and sustainability profiles to support the draft District Plans. [Full text]
46. 6 February 17EVENTS / PLANNING
The Property Council released the full program for its National Planning Congress to be held in Sydney during May. [Full text]
47. 2 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING / ECONOMICS
The Property Council called for policies in WA that improve transport connectivity, promote infill and fuel the state's 'growth engine', ahead of the state election. [Full text]
48. 2 February 17VICTORIA / PLANNING
Treasurer Tim Pallas announced $16.4 million to extend Victoria's Streamlining for Growth Program, aimed at accelerating planning and approval processes. [Full text]
49. 2 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Sydney Business Chamber said it is critical the reforms to the planning system foreshadowed by former Minister Rob Stokes are given priority by Minister Roberts. [Full text]
50. 2 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The HIA welcomed the appointment of Minister Roberts. [Full text]