NSW Department of Planning and Environment
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    Ministerial Media Release
    06 Oct 2022
    Locals can help shape the 20-year vision for the Far West by providing feedback on planning, services, and infrastructure to help strengthen the region and boost local economies.
    Ministerial Media Release
    06 Oct 2022
    More farmers across NSW will soon be swinging their gates open to visitors, thanks to a new policy that makes it easier to set up agritourism opportunities.
    Departmental Media Release
    05 Oct 2022
    A proposal to raise the Warragamba Dam wall by 14 metres has been declared Critical State Significant Infrastructure (CSSI), as it is deemed essential to NSW for economic and social reasons.
    Departmental Media Release
    05 Oct 2022
    The NSW Department of Planning and Environment has cancelled a planned environmental water release from Tantangara Dam that was scheduled to take place on Tuesday 11 October 2022, due to current catchment conditions and forecast rainfall.
    Departmental Media Release
    05 Oct 2022
    The NSW Department of Planning and Environment has cancelled planned environmental water releases from Jindabyne Dam that were scheduled to take place from Tuesday 11 through to Friday 14 October 2022, due to current catchment conditions and forecast rainfall.
    Ministerial Media Release
    05 Oct 2022
    Steel production in NSW is secured following planning approval on work to upgrade a blast furnace at Port Kembla Steelworks.
    Departmental Media Release
    30 Sep 2022
    Macquarie Park will be transformed into an innovation precinct with an 18-hour economy and thousands of new jobs, under the finalised vision unveiled by the NSW Government.
    Departmental Media Release
    29 Sep 2022
    In October 2021, the Department of Planning and Environment exhibited a package of reforms to implement recommendations made by the Productivity Commission, following its review into infrastructure contributions.
    Ministerial Media Release
    29 Sep 2022
    Construction has kicked-off on Australia’s newest city, Bradfield City Centre, a visionary undertaking that will create more than 17,000 jobs and accelerate a wave of new advanced manufacturing, research and innovation in Western Sydney.
    Ministerial Media Release
    14 Sep 2022
    NSW is in the midst of an energy infrastructure boom, with two major projects gaining planning approval and the Waratah Super Battery to be declared as Critical State Significant Infrastructure, all of which will help drive power prices down and boost the economy.