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More jobs, better public spaces and clearer planning rules underpin the directions that will transform Pyrmont into the gateway to the CBD.
Supermarkets and pharmacies will be able to operate around the clock in NSW to guarantee communities have access to essential goods at all times during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supermarkets across the State are now able to receive deliveries 24 hours a day to restock their shelves under new rules introduced by the NSW Government.
With the impacts of COVID-19 continuing to impact our usual day-to-day functions, it is vital that we work together to do everything we can to support our communities over the weeks and months ahead.
Small businesses in bushfire-affected communities will be able to operate from portable offices without council approval, under the latest bushfire recovery initiative from the NSW Government.
The community has more time to have its say on the proposed Western Harbour Tunnel and Warringah Freeway Upgrade Project with the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment extending the consultation period by an additional two and a half weeks.
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment is encouraging the local community to have their say on the proposed $172 million Northside Private Hospital in West Gosford.
The management, development and activation of key Government sites across NSW will be brought together under plans to better manage and protect the State’s iconic places.
The Port Macquarie community is invited to learn more about the proposed Sancrox Quarry expansion project and the planning process at an information session next week.
The State’s Independent Planning Commission will be overhauled, following an extensive review by the NSW Productivity Commission.