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    • 09.04.2021
    • Departmental Media Release

    Short-term rental accommodation framework finalised

    The statewide policy for homeowner holiday rentals has been finalised, giving the industry four months to implement the new changes.

    • 01.04.2021
    • Ministerial Media Release

    Proposed planning changes to deliver billions in investment

    The NSW Government will accelerate the delivery of up to $4.8 billion annually in economic benefits under a suite of proposed reforms to planning rules and complying development.

    • 01.04.2021
    • Ministerial Media Release

    $4.8 million in funding to digitise planning in regional NSW

    The NSW Government is investing $4.8 million to help regional councils across the State transition towards a digital platform to lodge and assess planning applications.

    • 31.03.2021
    • Ministerial Media Release

    Feedback sought on proposed changes to development rules

    The NSW Government has today released a discussion paper on proposed amendments to clause 4.6 of the Standard Instrument - Principal Local Environmental Plan which sets the test for varying development standards when making a development application. 

    • 31.03.2021
    • Departmental Media Release

    Building quality into NSW public spaces

    The NSW Government has launched an Evaluation Tool for Public Space and Public Life and a Great Public Spaces Guide - two new free resources that will help improve public spaces for every community across NSW.

    • 31.03.2021
    • Ministerial Media Release

    Stronger protections for North Coast koalas

    Stronger protections are now in place for the North Coast koala population after the Tweed and Byron comprehensive Koala Plans of Management (KPoMs) became the first to be approved under Koala SEPP 2021.

    • 30.03.2021
    • Departmental Media Release

    Leda to pay $170,000 in fines for non-compliance

    Leda Manorstead was convicted and fined a total of $170,000 in the Land and Environment Court last Friday for failing to comply with its development consent for the Cobaki Estate in Tweed.

    • 26.03.2021
    • Ministerial Media Release

    Certainty sought for compliance funding

    The NSW Government is undertaking a review into council compliance levies on building works to create a more certain, consistent and transparent planning system.

    • 22.03.2021
    • Ministerial Media Release

    Infrastructure investment bonanza for growing communities

    Contributions from new development and housing have resulted in a $270 million infrastructure investment bonanza for communities across NSW.