NSW Public Spaces Charter Draft Practitioner's Guide
We have developed a practitioner's guide to support signatories. It gives more information and ideas on how to apply the 10 Charter principles when planning, designing, managing and activating public space.
Public consultation on the draft Practitioner’s Guide closed on Friday 9 September 2022. Feedback is currently being reviewed and the final Practitioner’s Guide will be released in early 2023.
For more information
View the Frequently asked questions for more information about the NSW Public Spaces Charter including eligibility criteria to becoming a signatory.
If you would like more information about the NSW Public Spaces Charter or to understand more about becoming a signatory, you can email the department at PublicSpace@planning.nsw.gov.au.
The NSW Government acknowledges the goodwill of those participants signing up to the Charter, however the NSW Government reserves the right to remove or exclude participants from involvement in the Charter at any time. The NSW Government does not have any responsibility for ensuring that participants uphold the principles and outcomes of the Charter, or the manner in which participants choose to deliver upon these principles and outcomes. To the fullest extent permitted by law, the NSW Government disclaims any liability that may arise out of a participant signing or delivering upon the principles and outcomes in the Charter.