The Planning and Environment Cluster was formed in April 2014.
The vision for the Department and the Cluster is:
The Planning and Environment Cluster advises:
Our people can be found working in the Department of Planning and Environment or our closely affiliated agencies:
Our main offices are in Sydney. Other offices are located throughout NSW including Parramatta, Dubbo, Gosford, Grafton, Jindabyne, Newcastle, Queanbeyan, Tamworth and Wollongong.
The Department’s structure reflects our priorities and goals:
Planning and Design
Policy and Communications
Chief Financial and Operating Officer
Deputy Secretary Resource Regulator
Coordinator General for the Central Coast
Deputy Secretary Energy
Water and Portfolio Strategy
Arts, Screen & Culture
Michael Wright leads the Division of Resources and Geoscience as Acting Deputy Secretary. He joined the Division from the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) where he led the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) as Executive Director Park Programs. He has 20 years of executive level experience in the NSW public sector, including as Acting Chief Executive, OEH, Deputy Chief Executive, NPWS and Executive Director, Maritime.
Page last updated: 17/10/2018