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Sydney school projects get green light

24 December 2020

New playgrounds, refurbished classrooms and state-of-the-art buildings are on the way for three Sydney schools after $290 million of upgrades were approved by the NSW Government.

Regional architects invited to register interest in Coffs Harbour Jetty Foreshore

24 December 2020

The NSW Government today invited emerging, NSW-based regional architects to apply to be involved in the public domain works required for the future revitalisation of Coffs Harbour Jetty Foreshore precinct.

NRAR reflects on court decision

22 December 2020

Despite a disappointing verdict in the Tamworth Local Court, the Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) will continue to hold those who breach NSW water laws to account.

Government response to Independent Panel's first flush recommendations

22 December 2020

The NSW Government agrees in principle to all but one of the 10 Independent Panel’s recommendations into the management of the 2020 Northern Murray-Darling Basin first flush event.

$45 million boost for smart places in NSW

21 December 2020

The NSW Government will co-invest up to $45 million over three years to accelerate the development of smart places across NSW.

‘Critical’ status for billion-dollar regional pumped hydro project

21 December 2020

The billion-dollar Oven Mountain pumped hydro project has been declared Critical State Significant Infrastructure by the NSW Government, kick-starting the country’s largest Renewable Energy Zone and unlocking opportunities for 600 regional jobs.

REZ Transmission project declared critical

21 December 2020

A Renewable Energy Zone transmission project in NSW’s Central West has been declared Critical State Significant Infrastructure as a result of its importance to future energy supply and security.

NRAR welcomes first Indigenous board member

17 December 2020

The Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) board welcomes Phil Duncan, a Gomeroi man with more than 38 years' experience working with Indigenous people, communities and government.

Rapid assessments to turbocharge NSW Planning System

16 December 2020

Assessments for state significant projects such as schools and hospitals will be cut by three-quarters in a major overhaul of the NSW planning system to make it more efficient and timely.

Next stage of Western Gateway on exhibition

16 December 2020

The transformation of the Central Precinct into a technology and innovation precinct is a step closer with the latest rezoning of the Western Gateway now on exhibition.

New vision for Glenfield revealed

10 December 2020

A new sports and education precinct will become the gateway to the Aerotropolis and the Greater Macarthur region as part of a strategy that outlines a new vision for the area.

Global search lands new Chief Executive for Placemaking NSW

9 December 2020

Anita Mitchell has been named Chief Executive, Placemaking NSW, to lead the team responsible for managing and transforming some of NSW’s most treasured places including The Rocks and Darling Harbour, Sydney Olympic Park, and in the Hunter and