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Ministerial Media Release
28 October 2021
The community is encouraged to have its say on detailed reforms to build a simple, clear and consistent infrastructure contributions system to unlock up to $12 billion in productivity gains for NSW.
27 October 2021
Native plants and animals in Western Sydney are set to thrive with more than $1 million invested as an early action of the Cumberland Plain Conservation Plan.
26 October 2021
Tweed residents would enjoy greater housing choice, more active lifestyles and seamless travel across the border under the NSW Government’s draft plan to guide the city’s growth over 15 years.
22 October 2021
The use of synthetic surfaces for sporting fields and public open space is being investigated by NSW Chief Scientist and Engineer.
21 October 2021
Holiday home providers have been reminded to register if they want to rent out their properties once regional travel is permitted on 1 November.
20 October 2021
Sydney’s Tech Central precinct is on track to become a global technology hub.
18 October 2021
Sydney Roosters fans will have plenty to crow about after the NSW Government approved construction of a $10.6 million world-class training facility inside the new Sydney Football Stadium.
14 October 2021
The streets of NSW will come alive post-lockdown, thanks to a raft of initiatives and $66 million in funding that will see alfresco dining, outdoor activations and events return.
08 October 2021
The final planning package to unlock the potential of the Western Sydney Aerotropolis is a step closer to completion.
01 October 2021
An independent report reflecting the community’s experiences of housing and the planning system in regional NSW has been released by the NSW Government.
Departmental Media Release
29 September 2021
The community is being encouraged to have its say on a WaterNSW proposal that would future-proof the Hawkesbury Nepean Valley against flooding by raising the Warragamba Dam wall.
A trial project will see 2000 trees planted in one of Sydney’s hottest suburbs, as part of an initiative informed by new research from the NSW Government.
24 September 2021
Information that illustrates the supply pipeline of new homes and infrastructure will be available at the touch of a button with the launch of two new online platforms that will better support planning and investment in NSW.
23 September 2021
Broken Hill will soon be home to a new $80 million 50 mega-watt battery that could power the town’s 10,000 homes as needed after receiving NSW Government approval.
22 September 2021
Homes, jobs, public spaces and infrastructure from Strathfield to Westmead will be planned and delivered faster following the creation of a new office to coordinate NSW Government agencies.