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1. 23 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS / ENVIRONMENT / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Winners of the Local Government NSW Excellence in the Environment Awards have been announced. [Full text]
2. 23 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS / ICT
Winners of the Committee for Sydney's inaugural Smart City Awards have been announced. [Full text]
3. 23 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / EVENTS / TRANSPORT / PLANNING
The Greater Sydney Commission will hold community briefings with Transport for NSW's Future Transport this Thursday evening in Parramatta. [Full text]
4. 23 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / ICT
MPs Stephen Jones and Sharon Bird said Labor has thrown its support behind making the Illawarra a Smart City. [Full text]
5. 23 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
A summary of proposed amendments is online. [Full text]
6. 23 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment Bill 2017 was introduced to the NSW Legislative Council. [Full text]
7. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / EVENTS / DESIGN / HERITAGE
The Next City Vanguard Australia Conference will be held in Newcastle from November 6, including a competition to develop an adaptive reuse strategy for the former Newcastle Station site. [Full text]
8. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS / INDUSTRY
Winners of the UDIA Awards for Excellence have been announced. [Full text]
9. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
The NSW Government released 'Naturally Occurring Asbestos - Asbestos Management Plan Guide'. [Full text]
10. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said that NSW's triple-A credit rating has been affirmed by ratings agency Moody's. [Full text]
11. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / ENERGY
IPART said that NSW consumers are paying around the same prices for electricity today as they did prior to retail price deregulation in 2014. [Full text]
12. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / RETIREMENT LIVING
A series of community forums is being held in Sydney as part of the inquiry into the NSW retirement village sector. [Full text]
13. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / SOCIAL PLANNING AND POLICY / HOMELESSNESS
The Council of Social Service released 'No Poverty: A roadmap for a fair NSW', including budget recommendations for homelessness initiatives. [Full text]
14. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Community Housing Industry Association announced that Bridge Housing and Women's Housing Company have been awarded tender to manage 1,201 public housing tenancies in Sydney's northern beaches. [Full text]
15. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Hume Community Housing said it has been awarded the contract to manage the tenancy of around 2,200 homes in the Hunter region. [Full text]
16. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Goward launched the market engagement for Phase 2 of the NSW Social and Affordable Housing Fund. [Full text]
17. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Pru Goward announced the successful community housing providers for the transfer of management of 14,000 social housing properties in NSW. [Full text]
18. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Ministers Paul Fletcher and Stuart Ayres discussed the economic benefits from the construction of Sydney's WestConnex road project. [Full text]
19. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier Berejiklian announced $35 million for the planning of a four kilometre tunnel connecting the WestConnex M5 junction to Kogarah. [Full text]
20. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Property Council said the amenity of the Newcastle city centre has sky-rocketed with the removal of heavy rail infrastructure. [Full text]
21. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Andrew Constance opened the $200 million multi-modal transport interchange at Newcastle. [Full text]
22. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Tourism and Transport Forum said the Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2 blueprint must now be followed by a guaranteed funding commitment. [Full text]
23. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Urban Taskforce said the announcement must be complemented by increased density along the route. [Full text]
24. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue congratulated Minister Constance for following through on his promise to deliver a complete light rail network to Olympic Park. [Full text]
25. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister Andrew Constance announced the preferred route for Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2, to Sydney Olympic Park. [Full text]
26. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Housing Supply Association expressed concern at calls for the disbandment of priority precincts in NSW. [Full text]
27. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The draft Community Engagement Strategy for NSW Crown Land and related resources are online. [Full text]
28. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / DEMOGRAPHICS / ENVIRONMENT
The 'NSW People and Places' dashboard is online. [Full text]
29. 19 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / DEMOGRAPHICS / ENVIRONMENT
Minister Anthony Roberts launched an online tool that gives a snapshot of population projections, open space and parkland in different areas in NSW. [Full text]
30. 16 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS / DESIGN / ENVIRONMENT
Winners of the NSW Landscape Architecture Awards have been announced. [Full text]
31. 16 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / DESIGN
Architecture firm LAVA's concept designs for a possible cruise line redevelopment of Garden Island are online. [Full text]
32. 16 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / DESIGN
The Art Gallery of NSW announced a series of consultation events on its design concept for the Sydney Modern Project. [Full text]
33. 16 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Minister Gabrielle Upton discussed the Local Government Amendment (Amalgamation Referendums) Bill introduced by the NSW Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party. [Full text]
34. 16 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced that over 8,600 new weekly public transport services for NSW will start on 26 November. [Full text]
35. 16 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / HERITAGE
Property NSW announced that a heritage-listed commercial property in The Rocks will be released to the market to fund public domain upgrades on the harbor foreshore. [Full text]
36. 16 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / HERITAGE
Property NSW listed the final prices of seven recently sold properties as part of the Millers Point sales program. [Full text]
37. 16 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
There has been a significant strengthening of industry sentiment in NSW, according to the Property Council. [Full text]
38. 16 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The NSW Government announced that UrbanGrowth NSW projects have been allocated into three separate government organisations - Landcom, the UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation and the Hunter Development Corporation. [Full text]
39. 16 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Minister Paul Toole announced that the draft Community Engagement Strategy for Crown Land in NSW will be on public exhibition from today. [Full text]
40. 16 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
An Environmental Impact Statement for the University of Sydney's proposed Health Precinct Stage 1 Building is on exhibition as a State Significant Development. [Full text]
41. 16 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Ministers Anthony Roberts and Pru Goward released a proposal to rezone land at Telopea in Sydney to accommodate a town centre and up to 4,900 homes as part of the Communities Plus scheme. [Full text]
42. 12 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / GENERAL
Tim Williams announced his intention to resign as CEO of the Committee for Sydney at the end of the year. [Full text]
43. 12 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / DESIGN / TOURISM
The Tourism and Transport Forum called on the NSW Government to adopt a recommendation for the cruise-ship industry to be allowed permanent access to Garden Island. [Full text]
44. 12 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / DESIGN / TOURISM
The Urban Taskforce released concept images for a possible redevelopment of Garden Island in Sydney Harbour as a cruise line terminal. [Full text]
45. 12 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / ENERGY
Minister Don Harwin announced a pilot program to reward NSW households and businesses that voluntarily reduce their energy consumption through batteries and smart appliances. [Full text]
46. 12 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Greens MP Jenny Leong said the area is not full; it is just growing - we need to make sure that the infrastructure keeps up. [Full text]
47. 12 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Property Council said we must work with facts and data on measuring and analysing our city's development so that we make decisions on what is actually happening, not what we believe is happening in our city. [Full text]
48. 12 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Committee for Sydney said that increasing urban density is not only important but essential if we are to house our growing population, however, we must do so in a more considered and clever manner. [Full text]
49. 12 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said that Sydney is not full, it is evolving from a suburban to an urban model. [Full text]
50. 12 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS / PLANNING
The City of Sydney issued the discussion paper 'An Open and Creative City - Planning for Culture and the Night Time Economy'. [Full text]