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1. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ENVIRONMENT
Minister Gabrielle Upton said the NSW Government has $61.4 million worth of funds for farmers and landholders who have land that can be turned into a conservation area. [Full text]
2. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / ICT
Minister Victor Dominello said 1,000 drivers will be paid to install a telematics device in their vehicles that will be linked to their smartphones, to record and rate driver behaviour. [Full text]
3. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said the proposed development of Tallawong Station Precinct by Landcom and Sydney Metro demonstrates how a new diverse community can be planned. [Full text]
4. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
NSW Planning and Environment said a $9 million State Significant Development proposal for a golf course on 35 hectares near Culburra Beach will be determined by the Independent Planning Commission. [Full text]
5. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Real Estate Institute said property transactions in NSW will be streamlined if laws are passed that allow electronic signatures. [Full text]
6. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The UDIA said Sydney's rental vacancy rate is still low, showing the need for more supply to meet strong demand. [Full text]
7. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
There was an increase in vacancy rates across the Sydney metropolitan area in June, according to the Real Estate Institute. [Full text]
8. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / WATER
The CRC for Water Sensitive Cities released 'Vision and Transition Strategy for a Water Sensitive Greater Sydney'. [Full text]
9. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ENVIRONMENT
Minister Gabrielle Upton said the NSW Government has $61.4 million worth of funds for farmers and landholders who have land that can be turned into a conservation area. [Full text]
10. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / WATER
CRC for Water Sensitive Cities released 'Vision and Transition Strategy for a Water Sensitive Greater Sydney'. [Full text]
11. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / ICT
Minister Victor Dominello said 1,000 drivers will be paid to install a telematics device in their vehicles that will be linked to their smartphones, to record and rate driver behaviour. [Full text]
12. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
The Urban Taskforce said the proposed development of Tallawong Station Precinct by Landcom and Sydney Metro demonstrates how a new diverse community can be planned. [Full text]
13. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The NSW Department of Planning and Environment said a $9 million State Significant Development proposal for a golf course on 35 hectares near Culburra Beach will be determined by the Independent Planning Commission. [Full text]
14. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
The Real Estate Institute said property transactions in NSW will be streamlined if laws are passed that allow electronic signatures. [Full text]
15. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Urban Development Institute said Sydney's rental vacancy rate is still low, showing the need for more supply to meet strong demand. [Full text]
16. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Real Estate Institute said the June REINSW Vacancy Rate Survey saw the Sydney vacancy rate rise 0.3 percentage points. [Full text]
17. 16 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS
The Committee for Sydney called for nominations for its Smart City Awards. [Full text]
18. 16 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / EVENTS / DESIGN
Carriageworks opened registrations for 'FRONT', and event on shifting culture of procurement and specification in commercial projects, on 9-10 August in Sydney. [Full text]
19. 16 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS / INDIGENOUS
Ministers Sarah Mitchell and Victor Dominello launched a $10 million program to identify proposals for social impact investments that promote Aboriginal economic development and growth. [Full text]
20. 16 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Transport for NSW announced a fare subsidy allocation for NDIS registered community transport, which will be passed on to NDIS participants, until 30 June, 2020. [Full text]
21. 16 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Minister Constance said Sydney Metro North West project is on time and under budget by half a billion dollars. [Full text]
22. 16 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The NSW Department of Planning and Environment called for feedback on the Tallawong Station Precinct South, to be built as part of the new Sydney Metro North-West. [Full text]
23. 16 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Premier Berejiklian and Minister Andrew Constance announced final testing of the first of 24 new Waratah Series 2 trains. [Full text]
24. 16 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Fletcher said WSA Co has invited registrations of interest to finalise the design and build the visitor centre at Western Sydney Airport. [Full text]
25. 16 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Minister Pru Goward and Treasurer Dominic Perrottet launched a $20 million social impact investment to assist people at risk of homelessness. [Full text]
26. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS
The UDIA announced the UDIA NSW Crown Group Awards for Excellence Finalists. [Full text]
27. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
The NSW Government announced a new safety taskforce has been established to protect workers in the manufactured stone industry from lung diseases. [Full text]
28. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
UNSW said City Futures has been awarded an ARC Linkage Grant for a two-year project to tackle defects in strata housing. [Full text]
29. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The proposal by Northern Beaches Council to be given a moratorium on State Government affordable housing policies demonstrates a lack of support for young families and key workers, said the Urban Taskforce. [Full text]
30. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Urban Taskforce said Parramatta Council's Draft Affordable Housing Policy should be reviewed by an independent panel. [Full text]
31. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
UNSW staff discussed the effectiveness of the NSW State Environmental Planning Policy for affordable rental housing, in a City Futures Blog. [Full text]
32. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / INDIGENOUS
Minister Pru Goward launched 'Strong Family, Strong Communities: A Strategic Framework for Aboriginal Housing in NSW.' [Full text]
33. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE
Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said the 2018-19 Infrastructure Statement shows that agencies will be required by NSW Government to submit plans as to which assets can be sold off and privatised. [Full text]
34. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The Bicycle Network's Vulnerable Road User Forum met to discuss key issues and concerns arising from major construction works. [Full text]
35. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Transport for NSW provided an update ahead of the construction of Parramatta Light Rail. [Full text]
36. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The UDIA urged government and the community to see the Metro West route as part of a wider transport network. [Full text]
37. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The Committee for Sydney said the report argues that Metro West has the potential to be a city-shaping transport investment supporting the three cities vision of the NSW Government for Greater Sydney. [Full text]
38. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The Committee for Sydney and Sydney Business Chamber released 'Sydney Metro West: Accessibility Modelling'. [Full text]
39. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Transport for NSW launched a Research Hub to foster collaboration and information sharing with relevant stakeholders interested in transport and related research. [Full text]
40. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Campbelltown Council invited feedback on the use of outdoor spaces and facilities. [Full text]
41. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Campbelltown Council adopted the strategic framework, vision and growth pillars developed as part of Phase 1 of Re-imagining Campbelltown CBD project. [Full text]
42. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
NSW Planning and Environment issued 'Low Rise Medium Density Design Guide for Development Applications'. [Full text]
43. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Department of Planning and Environment, and Camden and Liverpool City Councils, defined the Leppington Town Centre precinct boundary. [Full text]
44. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Department of Planning and Environment and Blacktown City Council have defined the Schofields Town Centre precinct boundary. [Full text]
45. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The NSW Government is seeking feedback on market participation and partnering over Cumberland Hospital East and West campuses, as part of the Westmead Health, Education and Innovation Precinct in Western Sydney. [Full text]
46. 9 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / EVENTS / ICT
Nominations for the Committee for Sydney Smart City Awards are open. [Full text]
47. 9 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet welcomed the Federal Government's commitment that NSW will not be worse off under proposed GST changes. [Full text]
48. 9 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Michael McCormack announced a $13.5m contract for inland rail feasibility design work between Narromine and Narrabri. [Full text]
49. 9 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The Heart Foundation provided an overview of the results of 'Public support for bicycling and transport policies in inner Sydney, Australia: a cross sectional survey'. [Full text]
50. 9 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / INTERNATIONAL
The Committee for Sydney published an article on urban planning in Sydney and Santiago, Chile. [Full text]