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The NSW Government has approved the development of the State’s first hydrogen gas facility at Horsley Park, paving the way for more clean energy, more jobs and an $18 million boost to the local economy.
Young people aged 14 – 22 who have disengaged from mainstream education will be able to complete their schooling at a new purpose-built education facility following the NSW Government’s approval of Warakirri College.
The NSW government will build smart technology into infrastructure and buildings to create jobs, cut traffic and commute times, slash water bills, reduce crime and boost the economy.
Councils across NSW will have the opportunity to deliver new and improved public spaces for their local communities thanks to a $250 million program announced today, as part of the NSW Government's COVID-19 Recovery Plan.
All trees planted in NSW on National Tree Day will contribute to the NSW Government target of planting one million trees by 2022, thanks to new partnerships with Planet Ark and Bunnings.
The Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) will begin the next phase of its Coffs Harbour Horticulture Water Compliance Project in August.
Thousands of new jobs, great design and high-quality public places are on the horizon for Parramatta as plans for the CBD’s revitalisation reach a major milestone.
The first stage of Sydney’s Tech Precinct at Central Station and improved rail networks across the State are part of the latest tranche of projects in the NSW Government’s Planning System Acceleration Program.
A new 50-Year Vision for Greater Sydney’s network of parklands and green open spaces has been launched today by the NSW Government, heralded by an initial $10 million investment to revitalise one of the city’s forgotten harbour-side parks.
Drastically reduced planning assessment times, less red tape, and user friendly e-planning tools will help turbo-charge the economic recovery, through an $83 million NSW Planning Reform Action Plan revealed today.