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    Departmental Media Release
    06.12.2022
    Farmers can now repair, restore, and rehydrate dry land without just relying on rainfall, thanks to changes to planning rules announced today by the Department of Planning and Environment.
    Ministerial Media Release
    05.12.2022
    The NSW Government will further boost housing supply by unlocking an extra 70 000 new homes across NSW, under the $73.5 million Rezoning Pathways Program.
    Departmental Media Release
    05.12.2022
    New housing supported by quality open space and more trees will be delivered sooner in Wilton under a newly introduced planning pathway.
    Ministerial Media Release
    05.12.2022
    The NSW Government can reveal concept plans for two new buildings above the landmark Sydney Metro West Hunter Street Station in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
    Ministerial Media Release
    02.12.2022
    The NSW Government’s final agritourism policy has come into effect today, making it simpler and easier for farmers to start and operate agritourism businesses across the state.
    Ministerial Media Release
    02.12.2022
    The successful trial of NSW’s first special entertainment precinct on Enmore Road, in the heart of Sydney’s inner west, has been extended to July next year.
    Ministerial Media Release
    27.11.2022
    North-west Sydney will soon be home to Australia’s largest community rugby league precinct, after the NSW Government approved the construction of the Parramatta Eels Centre of Excellence and Community Facility at Kellyville Memorial Park.
    Departmental Media Release
    22.11.2022
    More affordable housing could be delivered, empty buildings and vacant land used to provide accommodation to tackle homelessness, and social housing could be rolled out faster, as part of a raft of policy changes on public exhibition today.
    Departmental Media Release
    21.11.2022
    The community is being encouraged to have its say on two proposals to change planning rules, which could pave the way for more than 15,000 new homes in south west Sydney.
    Departmental Media Release
    21.11.2022
    The NSW Department of Planning and Environment is now seeking further community input on the proposal to raise Warragamba Dam wall, with the release of Water NSW’s response to submissions and a Preferred Infrastructure Report.