Employment land strategies summarise the economic setting, barriers to growth and opportunities associated with employment land in a particular local government area.
They identify land use and transport planning actions required to meet projected growth and provide for future local jobs.
The strategies should assist local and State government collaboration in creating business and investment activity, delivering employment opportunities for Greater Sydney and Regional New South Wales.
The Department is preparing draft Employment Land Strategy Guidelines (the Guidelines) to assist councils in preparing Employment Land Strategies as part of their local strategic planning framework.
The Guidelines, when finalised, will lead to faster and more transparent decisions on planning proposals.
For further information on the development of the Guidelines please read the Draft Employment Land Strategy Guidelines Discussion Paper.
You can find out more about the Guidelines by contacting the project team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Page last updated: 13/07/2021