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NSW has continued to grow in 2020 despite the impacts of the pandemic which have resulted in a substantial drop in overseas migration, an annual analysis of population trends has found.
New playgrounds, refurbished classrooms and state-of-the-art buildings are on the way for three Sydney schools after $290 million of upgrades were approved by the NSW Government.
A proposed gas-fired power station at a former aluminum smelter site has been declared as Critical State Significant Infrastructure (CSSI) given its significanteconomic potential for the Hunter and importance for future energy supply.
The delivery of vital infrastructure will be front and centre for the NSW Government’s strategic planning and delivery of new homes, jobs and open space in and around Greater Sydney’s Central River City.
An updated policy for Short-Term Rental Accommodation (STRA) will benefit homeowners who want to take advantage of holiday rentals while providing more certainty and safety for locals and visitors.
Lidcombe’s Carter Street Precinct will be transformed into a green and vibrant new community.
Work will begin soon on a new southern concourse at Redfern Station which will deliver better access for customers following the project receiving formal planning approval.
A Renewable Energy Zone transmission project in NSW’s Central West has been declared Critical State Significant Infrastructure as a result of its importance to future energy supply and security.
Assessments for state significant projects such as schools and hospitals will be cut by three-quarters in a major overhaul of the NSW planning system to make it more efficient and timely.
Detailed new plans to transform Westmead into Australia’s most significant and dynamic health and innovation district.