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    • 19.11.2018
    • Ministerial Media Release

    Community and koalas at the heart of Greater Macarthur 2040 plan

    Minister for Planning and Housing, Anthony Roberts, today invited community comment on plans for the future of Greater Macarthur, which propose well-planned communities, greatly improved roads, better transport connections, protection for koalas and jobs for local residents.

    • 17.10.2018
    • Departmental Media Release

    New solar farm to boost Wagga Wagga economy

    The NSW Government has approved the construction of a new solar farm in Wagga Wagga providing a boost to the local economy.

    • 14.09.2018
    • Departmental Media Release

    Broken Head Quarry Agree to Rehabilitate Old Site by Mid-2019

    Owners of Broken Head Quarry in Northern NSW have agreed to convert their exhausted site into bushland by mid-2019 in a landmark outcome for the State Government.

    • 04.09.2018
    • Featured Article

    Northern Tablelands becomes NSWs clean energy super hub

    A new solar farm near Glen Innes capable of powering more than 67,000 NSW homes has been given the green light by the NSW Government.

    • 09.08.2018
    • Featured Article

    Renters reap benefits of solar revolution

    More than 800,000 renters in NSW are a step closer to sharing in the benefits of rooftop solar thanks to a NSW Government initiative backing clean energy projects.

    • 27.07.2018
    • Ministerial Media Release

    500 students help deliver green vision for Sydney

    School students across the State are helping make their future healthier and greener by participating in tree planting events for Schools Tree Day.

    • 25.07.2018
    • Departmental Media Release

    Snowy Hydro 2.0 stage 1 on exhibition

    The NSW Department of Planning and Environment has opened community consultation on the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the first stage of the Snowy 2.0 Project.

    • 06.07.2018
    • Departmental Media Release

    New planning codes to provide more housing choice and greener streets

    Homeowners in new release and established areas across NSW will save up to $15,000 in building and administrative costs, under the new Greenfield Housing Code and Low Rise Medium Density Housing Code that commences on Friday, July 6, 2018. 

    • 19.06.2018
    • Ministerial Media Release

    $1 billion to improve liveability

    Communities will have access to more green open spaces and playgrounds, as part of the State Government’s commitment to improving the liveability of NSW.