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1. 18 September 17LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The UTS Centre for Local Government released the report from a pilot of its 'People Matter for Local Government' survey. [Full text]
2. 14 September 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Property Council said that the washup of the elections has seen a series of sound bites on 'over-development', yet the complexities of our city's growth is yet to be heard. [Full text]
3. 14 September 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Urban Taskforce said that the swing towards 'anti-development' councillors in the council elections is bad news for any increase in housing supply. [Full text]
4. 14 September 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local Government NSW said the reality is that the voters never get it wrong. [Full text]
5. 14 September 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Results of the NSW Local Government Elections have been issued by the NSW Electoral Commission. [Full text]
6. 11 September 17PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / NEW SOUTH WALES
Local Government NSW issued 'Local Government Capability Framework'. [Full text]
7. 11 September 17PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / NEW SOUTH WALES
The Urban Taskforce announced its 'Council Watch' program to report on housing supply and planning application processing among key Councils in Sydney. [Full text]
8. 11 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Perth Mayor Lisa Scaffidi announced that she will stand down from her duties pending a Supreme Court appeal regarding a tribunal finding of 45 breaches of the Local Government Act. [Full text]
9. 11 September 17VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Municipal Association of Victoria said that a reduction in State and Federal funding combined with a two per cent rate cap has left small rural councils struggling to maintain local services and assets. [Full text]
10. 11 September 17LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The UTS Centre for Local Government published a summary of its report 'Walking with Communities: Local Government and Community Responses to Local Area Renewal'. [Full text]
11. 7 September 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The NT Electoral Commission issued the results of Saturday's local council elections. [Full text]
12. 7 September 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local Government NSW issued a statement ahead of this weekend's local council elections. [Full text]
13. 31 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The UDIA WA called for mandatory performance reporting on planning matters and development contribution schemes to be included. [Full text]
14. 31 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The WA Government announced the passage of legislation to extend the Auditor General's powers to local governments. [Full text]
15. 28 August 17VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Shadow Parliamentary Secretary Tim Smith said we must decentralise economic and population growth around our State so we can ease the squeeze in Melbourne and grow our regional areas. [Full text]
16. 28 August 17VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Interface Councils said the Victorian Government's Growing Suburbs Fund will be feeling the strain with this year's round of applications totalling more than $130 million despite only $25 million allocated. [Full text]
17. 28 August 17VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Victorian Government announced business case funding for shared treasury services among member councils of Regional Cities Victoria. [Full text]
18. 28 August 17VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Regional Cities Victoria called on the Victorian Government and Opposition to commit to supporting regional jobs, infrastructure and transport. [Full text]
19. 21 August 17ACCESSIBILITY / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Deakin University called for responses to a survey on the application and evaluation of universal design in built environments. [Full text]
20. 21 August 17ACCESSIBILITY / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The UTS Institute for Public Policy and Governance issued 'How local governments can increase the social and economic participation of people with disability: A place-based framework for success'. [Full text]
21. 21 August 17ACCESSIBILITY / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Centre of Excellence for Local Government released 'Walking with Communities - Local Government and Community Responses to Local Area Renewal'. [Full text]
22. 14 August 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Minister Geoff Brock announced the passage of the Local Government (Boundary Adjustment) Amendment Act in SA Parliament. [Full text]
23. 14 August 17QUEENSLAND / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Mark Furner announced an extension of the Queensland Government's $60 million Local Government Grants and Subsidies Program from one year to two. [Full text]
24. 14 August 17QUEENSLAND / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Property Council said the plan incorporates some important changes to ensure that regional planning is no longer considered a 'set and forget' exercise. [Full text]
25. 14 August 17QUEENSLAND / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Jackie Trad released 'ShapingSEQ- South East Queensland Regional Plan 2017'. [Full text]
26. 14 August 17VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / GENERAL
Consultation has also commenced ahead of the Victorian Government's Eastern Metropolitan Partnership assembly on 31 August. [Full text]
27. 14 August 17VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / GENERAL
Online consultation has commenced ahead of the Victorian Government's first Inner South East Partnership assembly on 30 August. [Full text]
28. 14 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / ENVIRONMENT
Barton Deakin issued a brief on the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act Amendments that passed NSW Parliament last week. [Full text]
29. 14 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / ENVIRONMENT
The Planning Institute commented on the NSW Government's announced mandated Independent Hearing and Assessment Panels for local councils in Sydney and Wollongong. [Full text]
30. 10 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / ENVIRONMENT
The UDIA called for changes to the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Act to be deferred until their impact on housing affordability is better understood. [Full text]
31. 10 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / ENVIRONMENT
The Urban Taskforce welcomed the exhibition of draft plans for Wilton New Town and Wilton South East in Sydney. [Full text]
32. 10 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / ENVIRONMENT
Local Government NSW said Councils are accountable to the community where panels are not. [Full text]
33. 10 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / ENVIRONMENT
The HIA welcomed the announcement. [Full text]
34. 10 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / ENVIRONMENT
Ministers Anthony Roberts and Gabrielle Upton announced that Independent Hearing and Assessment Panels will become mandatory for all councils in Sydney and Wollongong. [Full text]
35. 7 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Premier Mark McGowan announced the signing of the WA State Local Government Partnership Agreement. [Full text]
36. 7 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local Government NSW announced the winners of the Local Government Week Awards. [Full text]
37. 7 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The NSW Electoral Commission announced that 436 local council election candidate nominations have been accepted and published ahead of the close of nominations on Wednesday. [Full text]
38. 3 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / NOT FOR PROFIT / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The NSW Parliamentary Research Service issued 'Funding Opportunities for Community Groups July 2017'. [Full text]
39. 31 July 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Property Council said the case for council amalgamations was as compelling today as it had always been. [Full text]
40. 31 July 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local Government Professionals welcomed the announcement as bringing sector stability before the September elections. [Full text]
41. 31 July 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Urban Taskforce said the NSW Government needs a fall back solution to ensure good governance. [Full text]
42. 31 July 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local Government NSW applauded the announcement. [Full text]
43. 31 July 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced that proposed council mergers before the courts in NSW will not proceed. [Full text]
44. 24 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The WA Government issued a statement ahead of Local Government Elections on October 21. [Full text]
45. 24 July 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Logistics Council said Directions for a Greater Sydney underscores just how important proper planning and the preservation of key freight corridors is to ensuring the efficient operation of Sydney's freight transport network. [Full text]
46. 24 July 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Planning Institute said it agrees with the principles set out in the recently released 'Directions for a Greater Sydney'. [Full text]
47. 24 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The WA Government issued a statement ahead of Local Government Elections on October 21. [Full text]
48. 24 July 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Logistics Council said Directions for a Greater Sydney underscores just how important proper planning and the preservation of key freight corridors is to ensuring the efficient operation of Sydney's freight transport network. [Full text]
49. 24 July 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Planning Institute said it agrees with the principles set out in the recently released 'Directions for a Greater Sydney'. [Full text]
50. 4 May 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / NATURAL DISASTERS / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Local Government Association of SA launched a disaster recovery guide for councils. [Full text]