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 Department of Planning and Environment has worked closely with the local community, government agencies, and key stakeholders during the assessment process.
The Department undertakes rigorous assessment of major projects in NSW, including State Significant Developments (SSD) and follows strict guidelines in all assessments.
The Sydney Football Stadium redevelopment was assessed as an SSD application under the Environmental Planning and Assessment (EP&A) Act.
Approval conditions include:
Infrastructure NSW (INSW) has sought planning approvals in two separate stages, the first being its demolition and a concept approval. The second stage application will detail the final built form and operation of a new stadium.
Read the details on the conditions.
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