An Unsolicited Proposal may occur when a non-government organisation approaches government with a commercial proposition, where the government has not previously requested the proposal. This may include proposals to build and/or finance infrastructure, provide goods or services, or undertake a major commercial transaction.
The NSW Government’s unsolicited proposal process is designed to encourage the private sector to come forward with innovative infrastructure or service delivery solutions. The Department of Premier and Cabinet is charged with the role of assessing and evaluating unsolicited proposals in New South Wales. More information on the process is available on the NSW Government's website.
In March 2018, the Minister for Planning approved the Stage 1 State Significant Development (SSD) application for two Over Station Developments (OSD) at the northern and southern ends of the precinct.
Macquarie Group submitted a ‘Stage 1 Amending DA’ seeking approval for a larger building envelope for the south site OSD following recent changes to planning controls for Martin Place. The amended concept DA was on public exhibition until 19 September 2018.
These applications were exhibited until 7 November 2018 and are being assessed by the Department of Planning and Environment.
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Page last updated: 28/02/2019