News Category: Professional Services for Goverment
The Mamre Road Precinct Unlocks New Jobs in Western Sydney
According to the NSW Government, the approval of the $2.6 billion Mamre Road Precinct will further secure Western Sydney’s future as a global hub for logistics […]
New Planning Controls for the Central Coast
The new planning controls on exhibition are the draft Central Coast Local Environmental Plan (CCLEP) and the draft Central Coast Development Control Plan (CCDCP). Both the […]
UPDATE – Low Rise Medium Density Housing Code Deferred for 50 Councils
Unfortunately, the State Government announced on 6 July 2018 that the Code will only apply to 7 Sydney Councils and the Code will be deferred from […]
Low Rise Medium Density Housing Code
This Code, which will be incorporated into the existing Exempt and Complying Development State Environmental Planning Policy, will make it easier for developers and property owners […]
The Environmental Planning and Assessment Act Update
The overhaul of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act has resulted in a completely new numbering system which may generate some confusion in the short term.
Sediment and Erosion Control in the spotlight for the EPA and Council
The Parramatta River Catchment Group (PRCG) will be joining forces with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and local Councils in the Parramatta River area throughout May, […]
Private Subdivision Certification in NSW
The Building Professionals Board has recently provided new advice to all Councils regarding private subdivision certification in NSW. The advice was provided in the Board’s March 2017 […]
Sydney District Plan
The districts plans will directly inform local council planning and influence the decisions of state agencies are integrative to managing the State Governments Greater Sydney Region Plan for future growth.
On the 12th of May 2016 the NSW state government announced the mergers of 19 Councils across the State. These Council mergers seek to improve efficiencies by streamlining administration and delivering cost savings to the communities. The Council mergers also seek to make it easier to implement infrastructure requirements that are essential to the growing populations.
Smart Cities Plan
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s recent release of the Smart Cities Plan is a welcomed focus on our cities by the Federal Government. Features of the Smart […]