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The communities of Jindabyne's neighbouring towns will have their say on the Go Jindabyne Masterplan, a NSW Government initiative to revitalise the gateway to the Snowy Mountains.
To many Sydneysiders, Sydney Festival is as synonymous with summer as sunscreen and citronella candles.
The NSW Government today released the preliminary findings of its independent investigation into Opal Tower, in an interim report prepared by Professors Mark Hoffman, John Carter and Stephen Foster.
Current and future residents of the Hunter could soon reap the benefits of an NSW Government plan to secure nearly $470 million for vital regional infrastructure projects through a new financial contribution scheme paid for by developers.
A half yearly review of Independent Hearing and Assessment Panels (IHAPs) by the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) Institute of Public Policy and Governance shows they are delivering consistent and expert decision-making at the local planning level.
The Government understands the anxiety and concern this is causing for the owners and tenants of Opal Tower. That’s why we’ve moved quickly to appoint independent engineering experts - Professors Mark Hoffman and John Carter – who were on site within hours of being appointed to begin their investigation into how it has happened.
The Department of Planning and Environment believes the approval process for the demolition of the Sydney Football Stadium (SFS) has followed proper process and meets all regulatory and legal obligations.
The NSW Government today approved concept plans for an office building between 13 and 40 storeys above the new Sydney Metro Victoria Cross station to cater for thousands of jobs set to flow into the North Sydney CBD.
The Department of Planning and Environment has announced updates to the rules governing small scale boating infrastructure on Sydney Harbour.
An independent panel of experts in mining and water has released its Initial Report on the impacts of mining on water quantity in the Special Areas of Sydney’s Water Catchment. The report was commissioned by the Department of Planning and Environment.