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The community is invited to have their say on a revised draft plan for Rhodes that includes more open space, a site for a new local school, greater pedestrian access and more jobs in the area.
The NSW Government has confirmed that the open space character of Lavender Green will remain unaffected by planning changes, which make it easier for Luna Park to install new rides, following feedback from the community.
The first stage of the redevelopment of the Sydney Football Stadium, involving its demolition and a concept proposal for a new stadium, has been approved subject to strict conditions.
The Sydney Roosters Football Club and AFL head office will call the Entertainment Quarter home for up to four years following changes made to state planning policy today.
The NSW Government has approved the $200 million upgrade of the Bayswater Power Station in NSW’s Hunter region, ensuring the station’s safe, reliable and efficient operation until its scheduled closure in 2035.
Department of Planning and Environment today revealed the concept design for a future
inclusive play space in the South East and Tablelands Region.
The NSW Government is considering reforms to cap the number of boarding rooms allowed in a boarding house development in low-density residential zones to a maximum of 12 per site.
The NSW government has worked hard to improve housing affordability and supply.
Minister for Planning and Housing, Anthony Roberts, officially launched a new plant in Western Sydney today, which produces asphalt and will result in 50 permanent new jobs.