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News and Insights

29 Jul 2015

Barker Ryan Stewart contributes to reforms for certification and building regulation

With the population in Sydney now expected to grow by 1.6 million by 2031 (with 900,000 of those expected to live in Western Sydney), The Minister for Planning has focused largely on Western Sydney in infrastructure planning, “A Plan for Growing Sydney”, the final version of the Sydney Metropolitan Strategy.

29 Jul 2015

Sydney Hills Business Awards

Although we did not take out the award on the night we are honoured to be a finalists in this category. The awards recognise local businesses […]

29 Jul 2015

Housing Diversity a smart move

State planning laws introduced in August will create more affordable housing to meet market demand, the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSWsaid. UDIA NSW Chief Executive […]

29 Jul 2015

Central Coast Business Leaders Awards

Barker Ryan Stewart are pleased to announce that we are finalists in the Excellence in Small Business category at the 2014 Central Coast Business Excellence Awards. The awards […]

29 Jul 2015

Urban Activation – North Western Sydney

The Hills Shire Council in conjunction with the NSW government has nominated three urban activation areas along the $8.3 billion North West Rail Link.  The precincts […]

25 Apr 2015

Sustainable Sydney 2030

The sustainability vision seeks to make Sydney internationally recognised as a leader with outstanding environmental performance and new ‘green’ industries driving economic growth. Sydney 2030 aims […]

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