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Your feedback plays a vital role in helping to plan for the future of your local area.

 

We welcome your thoughts on our plans and policies, as well as major projects development proposals, that the Department is assessing.

 

Community consultations

We travel around New South Wales to inform communities on specific local government area plans and state planning initiatives such as more open spaces and parklands, improving energy affordability, and increasing housing choice. View upcoming events in your community.

 

Complaints

The Department takes a people-focused, proactive, and timely approach to managing feedback and complaints. If you wish to make a complaint, view ‘Making a Complaint’ on the Contact Us page.

 

Find all of our current exhibitions and have your say on new projects, plans and government policy:

 

Featured projects on exhibition

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Fernhill Estate future use options package


Draft plans

On exhibition until 3 April 2020

Fernhill Estate future use options package

The NSW Government is welcoming community feedback about future uses of historic Fernhill Estate in Western Sydney. Feedback is open until 3 April 2020.


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Propeller planes at Airport in NSW. Photo by: Neil Fenelon

Warnervale Airport (Restrictions) Act 1996 review

Policy

On exhibition until 28 February 2020

Review of the Warnervale Airport (Restrictions) Act 1996

A review of the Warnervale Airport (Restrictions) Act 1996 is being undertaken. The overall objective of the Review is to remove the current uncertainty created by the activation of the flight movement restriction provisions of the Act. You can have your say and comment until 28 February 2020


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Western Sydney Aerotropolis artist impression.

Western Sydney Aerotropolis



Draft Plans

On exhibition until 28 February 2020

Western Sydney Aerotropolis

Plans are progressing with the development of three key documents now on exhibition. You can have your say and comment until 28 February 2020.


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