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1. 25 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS
The UDIA NSW Crown Group Awards for Excellence 2018 are open for entry. [Full text]
2. 25 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Minister Gabrielle Upton has issued Blue Mountains City Council with a formal Performance Improvement Order in relation to asbestos management and organisational issues. [Full text]
3. 25 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY
The City of Sydney announced that CIMC will design and construct the $84 million Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre at Green Square, the largest pool complex to be built in the city since the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. [Full text]
4. 25 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY
Minister Brad Hazzard announced that the $91.5 million Forensic Medicine and Coroner's Court at Lidcombe is on track to open in 2019. [Full text]
5. 25 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Property Council said the Berejiklian Government has made good headway creating and consulting on policies and plans to boost housing supply. [Full text]
6. 22 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / ECONOMICS
The Sydney Business Chamber said that the potential impact of the train strike, based on the strength of the Sydney economy, is likely to be more than $100 million. [Full text]
7. 22 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
David Hensher from the University of Sydney said the real transport challenge in Sydney is finding appropriate ways to invest in public transport that will not only take pressure off the system but also support improved travel on all modes, including cars [Full text]
8. 22 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The DPE announced new appointments to Chair Community Consultative Committees for state significant projects. [Full text]
9. 22 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
development proposals. [Full text]
10. 22 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The DPE announced new appointments to Chair Sydney Planning Panels for decision-making on major (No online resource)
11. 22 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Australian Water Association issued information on UNSW and Sydney Water's 'Cooling Western Sydney' study. [Full text]
12. 18 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
RDA Sydney released the '2017 AEC Economic Baseline Assessment Report'. [Full text]
13. 18 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
RDA Sydney said that with all the major infrastructure changes planned for Sydney over the next 10 years it is imperative that all levels of government, industry and the community have up-to-date, reliable information to build a more innovative, productiv [Full text]
14. 15 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Minister Andrew Constance urged the union bosses to put the needs of Sydney Trains customers first before unnecessary strike action. [Full text]
15. 15 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / WATER / REGULATION
Minister Melinda Pavey launched the State Government's Maritime Safety Plan. [Full text]
16. 15 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
SafeWork NSW launched a one stop shop online toolkit designed to help improve work health and safety consultation practices in NSW workplaces. [Full text]
17. 15 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
State-based reforms must be focus of NSW Government to improve housing affordability for the NSW community, according to the Property Council. [Full text]
18. 15 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said that the NSW property industry confidence has dropped seven index points from 147 to 140 over this quarter and nine index points in the 12 months to March 2018. [Full text]
19. 15 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Shadow Treasurer Bowen said a document from NSW Treasury argued that the Commonwealth should consider reforms to negative gearing and capital gains tax to improve the housing market. [Full text]
20. 15 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The NSW Valuer General Simon Gilkes said that new land values for every parcel of land across the state show that regional NSW, in particular western NSW, saw the biggest growth in land value. [Full text]
21. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Marshall announced a two-year partnership between the NSW Government and Webjet to promote Sydney, and rural and regional NSW. [Full text]
22. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM / PLANNING
The industry is responding to demand from increasing visitor numbers to Sydney with 7,100 new and refurbished hotel rooms open for business by 2022, Minister Marshall said. [Full text]
23. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM / ECONOMICS
Minister Marshall said that over a six month period, Sydney.com and Visitnsw.com generated more than 2.9 million sales leads for the NSW tourism industry. [Full text]
24. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / EDUCATION
Minister Adam Marshall said enrolments in Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate) increased 44 per cent in 2017. [Full text]
25. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Minister Victor Dominello announced that changes to the NSW Home Building Compensation scheme have commenced. [Full text]
26. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Minister Matt Kean announced an Australian-first defect bond scheme to provide a structured process to rectify defects early in the building lifecycle. [Full text]
27. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / ENVIRONMENT
Minister Upton issued Blue Mountains City Council with a notice of intention to issue a Performance Improvement Order as a result of asbestos handling concerns. [Full text]
28. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ENVIRONMENT
Minister Gabrielle Upton announced new air quality monitoring stations in Parramatta, Gunnedah and Narrabri as part of NSW's Air Quality Monitoring Network. [Full text]
29. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister Andrew Constance announced the completion of 400 NSW Government transport infrastructure projects. [Full text]
30. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Professors Rob Roggema from UTS and Peter Bishop from UCL said before creating a 'third city' in Sydney's west, current infrastructure should be bought up to international standards. [Full text]
31. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The National Audit Office issued a performance audit: 'Delivery of the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal'. [Full text]
32. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / ENVIRONMENT / REGULATION
The Sydney Harbour Federation Trust issued its annual report. [Full text]
33. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / ENVIRONMENT / REGULATION
The Environmental Defenders Office issued a fact sheet on the regulatory framework governing the clearing of vegetation in NSW. [Full text]
34. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION / ICT
The discussion paper 'Removing barriers to electronic land contracts' is online. [Full text]
35. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION / ICT
Minister Victor Dominello released a discussion paper and called for feedback on the use of technology to improve the conveyancing process for industry and home buyers in NSW. [Full text]
36. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
A group of peak housing and homelessness organisations issued a letter to the NSW Premier regarding funding that is earmarked for rebuilding sporting stadiums. [Full text]
37. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter NSW published its submission on the Future Transport Strategy 2056. [Full text]
38. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The NSW Federation of Housing Associations published its submission on the draft Greater Sydney Region Plan. [Full text]
39. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Pru Goward announced a mixed development of social, affordable and private housing for the Elizabeth Street site in Redfern under the NSW Communities Plus program. [Full text]
40. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / DESIGN / INFRASTRUCTURE
NSW Planning and Environment said that plans for an open water surf sports lagoon at Sydney Olympic Park have been given the green light. [Full text]
41. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / DESIGN / INFRASTRUCTURE
Parliamentary Secretary Scot MacDonald announced that the first region-wide Special Infrastructure Contributions scheme for NSW will apply in the Hunter region. [Full text]
42. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / DESIGN / INFRASTRUCTURE
NSW Planning and Environment launched a survey to help guide development of the Cherrybrook Station Precinct, part of the Sydney Northwest Metro network. [Full text]
43. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / DESIGN / INFRASTRUCTURE
A video summary of the Urban Taskforce's Sydney Lifestyle Study is online. [Full text]
44. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / DESIGN / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Urban Taskforce issued 'Sydney Lifestyle Study: Redefining Sydney's urban lifestyles'. [Full text]
45. 21 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / DESIGN / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Government Architect NSW announced a pilot NSW State Design Review Panel. [Full text]
46. 18 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
An update on the Fire Safety and External Wall Cladding Taskforce has been issued by NSW Finance, Services and Innovation. [Full text]
47. 18 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Minister Matt Kean announced that new laws to enhance fire safety in high-rise buildings come into force in NSW today. [Full text]
48. 18 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Councillor Linda Scott issued a statement upon her election as President of Local Government NSW. [Full text]
49. 18 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The NSW Auditor-General issued a financial audit report on the NSW Government's Transport cluster. [Full text]
50. 18 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The UNSW City Futures Research Centre announced a research project on the 'build to rent' sector, in collaboration with Landcom. [Full text]