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1. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter NSW said Sydney is Australia's second most unaffordable city but there is no relief for low income households. [Full text]
2. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
Minister Matt Kean said victims of domestic violence will be better protected with the proposed changes to the Residential Tenancies Act 2010. [Full text]
3. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local Government NSW said NSW Government and local government are working together to ensure a home-sharing system which protects residents' interests without loss of economic benefits of services such as AirBnB. [Full text]
4. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / TOURISM
The NSW Government's failure to propose regulatory framework for short-term letting is a missed opportunity to strike a balance between individuals' rights to decide about use of their property and the responsibility property owners have as part of the [Full text]
5. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / TOURISM
Tourism Accommodation Australia said the wrong decision on commercial short-term letting has the potential to turn many Sydney residential apartment blocks into quasi-hotels. [Full text]
6. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
Randwick City Council invited feedback on its Cycle Strategy. [Full text]
7. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
Living in parts of Western Sydney is made more difficult because public and active transport has been neglected in favour of planning for cars, according to the Bicycle Network. [Full text]
8. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
A report by PwC for the Daily Telegraph rated a number of suburbs to give a rating based on ability to live, work and play. [Full text]
9. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
Opposition Leader Luke Foley said documents reveal NSW Government is listening to advice from an infrastructure advisor to sell the Harbour Bridge and tunnel toll revenues to pay for the proposed Western Harbour tunnel. [Full text]
10. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
PwC issued a CityPulse Sydney report. [Full text]
11. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Property Council said research it has commissioned found that Sydney is perceived globally as being a top ten city, yet performance is not ranked as highly. [Full text]
12. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
changes, said the Urban Taskforce. [Full text]
13. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The recent boom in housing supply in Sydney is slowing rapidly due to excessive levies and planning [Full text]
14. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Committee for Sydney said medium-density terraces and townhouses make Sydney more liveable and homes more affordable. [Full text]
15. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Randwick City Council called on Minister Roberts to delay introducing the Medium Density Housing Code. [Full text]
16. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Local Government NSW welcomed Minister Anthony Robert's decision to order a pause on development in two local government areas to allow the necessary infrastructure to catch up. [Full text]
17. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Shadow Minister Michael Daley said Sydney is struggling under the weight of a population boom that isn't being met with adequate infrastructure spend. [Full text]
18. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The ACCC invited comment on Transurban's proposed acquisition of a majority interest in the WestConnex project. [Full text]
19. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The NSW Parliamentary Research Service issued 'Electric vehicles in NSW'. [Full text]
20. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The Greens called on the NSW Government to reinstate engineering expertise in transport departments. [Full text]
21. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Action for Public Transport issued a second submission on the Metro West proposal. [Full text]
22. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Minister Constance confirmed Transport for NSW will continue to offer financial assistance to small businesses affected by the delayed CBD and South East Light Rail for the duration of construction. [Full text]
23. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Minister Andrew Constance said legislation passed the NSW Parliament to create the Sydney Metro statutory authority, a NSW Government controlled agency to deliver the city's new railway system. [Full text]
24. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Shadow Minister Yasmin Catley said systemic failures within Fair Trading saw home owners exposed to a builder who had been previously reported to the agency. [Full text]
25. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOMELESSNESS / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Northern Rivers MPs invited NGOs to submit an EOI in developing supported temporary accommodation models to reduce homelessness in the region. [Full text]
26. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Paul Fletcher announced the Australian Government has signed over the Western Sydney Airport site to WSA Co Limited, the company established to build the airport. [Full text]
27. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The UDIA said it is concerned the move will lead to further extending the deferral of the Low Rise Medium Density Housing Code. [Full text]
28. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The UDIA published a letter to Minister Anthony Roberts on the recent announcements for Ryde and Canterbury-Bankstown LGAs. [Full text]
29. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Property Council said 2,500 property jobs in Ryde and Canterbury-Bankstown are at risk if the State Government bans new housing being delivered in these suburbs. [Full text]
30. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils welcomed the NSW Government's decision to hold back on development in areas where infrastructure is not coping with demand. [Full text]
31. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS / INDUSTRY
The Real Estate Industry announced entries for the REINSW Awards for Excellence have opened and three new categories have been introduced. [Full text]
32. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
The NSW Ombudsman said an investigation into Fair Trading's Home Building Service found issues with both the public register and the home building licensing system. [Full text]
33. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Premier Berejiklian and Minister Roberts announced reforms to the State's electoral funding laws. [Full text]
34. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Local Government NSW said long-term success of the Joint Organisations would come down to ongoing collaboration and funding. [Full text]
35. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Deputy Premier John Barilaro and Minister Gabrielle Upton announced more than 70 regional NSW councils have voluntarily joined together to establish a new network of 11 Joint Organisations. [Full text]
36. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / PLANNING
IPART released 'Assessment of Camden Growth Areas Contributions Plan'. [Full text]
37. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister Andrew Constance announced Sydney Trains customers will be able to choose the right carriage based on real-time train occupancy data. [Full text]
38. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter NSW released its Submission on the Ivanhoe Masterplan. [Full text]
39. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Urban Taskforce said the housing backflip undermines Sydney's District Plans. [Full text]
40. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Property Council said Minister Robert's decision to stop the supply of housing in Ryde and Canterbury-Bankstown will drive up house prices. [Full text]
41. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / ENVIRONMENT
The Greens NSW urged the Independent Planning Commission to reject the Western Sydney Incinerator. [Full text]
42. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / ENVIRONMENT
Minister Gabrielle Upton said more than 18,000 hectares of land will be added to the NSW conservation network. [Full text]
43. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Greg Paine from UNSW discussed 'Zoning: impost, or necessary urban management?', on The City Futures Blog. [Full text]
44. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Property Council said it would welcome an inquiry of the NSW planning system to identify reforms to improve efficiency. [Full text]
45. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said the first focus of the NSW Productivity Commissioner should be the NSW planning system. [Full text]
46. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Minister Anthony Roberts said a Council proposal to amend the Randwick LEP to provide more housing choice will proceed to public exhibition following a Gateway determination issued by the NSW DPE. [Full text]
47. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute said rental availability rose to 2.5 per cent for the Sydney metropolitan area in the April REINSW Vacancy Rate Survey. [Full text]
48. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute said NSW stamp duty brackets haven't been reviewed since 1986. [Full text]
49. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet announced the appointment of Peter Achterstraat as the NSW Productivity Commissioner, to drive economic reform. [Full text]
50. 14 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS / PLANNING
The NSW DPE said it received two awards: Australia's Planner of the Year and Improving Planning Processes and Practices, at the Planning Institute's national congress. [Full text]