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Experienced Town Planner for all developments & Council DA approvals needs
Experienced Town Planner for all developments & Council DA approvals needs

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Aerial flyover inspection by drone of the GPOP's (Greater Parramatta to the Olympic Peninsula) near Sydney Olympic Park precinct
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This great city of Sydney has once again celebrated an old year and ushered in the new year in magnificent style.

TRANPLAN wishes everybody a Happy New Year, and we look forward to working with everyone in 2017. Contact our experienced Town Planner for advice http://www.townplanning-urbanplanning.com/


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1 June 2015

New Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) figures shows housing approvals in the 12 months to April 2015 are at their highest in two decades; more than 55,500 dwellings being approved in the 12 months to April. The NSW Government is working to boost supply of new homes to keep up with demand by:

Releasing and rezoning land to build new communities in Western Sydney supported by transport and community infrastructure;
Expanding the Western Sydney Employment Area;
Working with local councils to find opportunities to renew suburbs with good access to public transport;
Boosting housing choice and affordability by allowing smaller homes like townhouses to be offered in new communities in Western Sydney.

http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/Whatsnewarchive/NewsArticle/TabId/697/ArtMID/1562/ArticleID/372/NSW-achieves-highest-housing-approvals-in-20-years.aspx
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Local residents around the Sydenham to Bankstown Rail line are encouraged to have their say on new services and infrastructure they’d like to see in their area, which will help guide the revitalisation of precincts around the 11 stations along the rail line.

For more information or to participate in the survey go to www.planning.nsw.gov.au/sydenhamtobankstown
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NSW Government is investigating opportunities to revitalise communities around the seven railway stations between Glenfield and Macarthur and local residents and businesses are encouraged to get involved by completing the survey and sharing their views. There will be further opportunities for the community to get involved once the detailed studies are completed and draft plans are released for public comment.

To undertake the survey go to www.planning.nsw.gov.au/glenfieldtomacarthur 
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The concept plan for a world-class arts and cultural precinct at Walsh Bay has been given planning approval, and will further activate the Sydney Harbour foreshore, alongside the Barangaroo redevelopment and Bays Precinct. http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/NewsCentre/LatestNews/TabId/775/ArtMID/1658/ArticleID/361/Green-light-for-new-walsh-bay-arts-precinct-concept.aspx 
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An independent design advisory panel has been established to provide feedback and expert opinions on Barangaroo to the Department of Planning when it assesses the applications.

http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/NewsCentre/LatestNews/TabId/775/ArtMID/1658/ArticleID/360/Barangaroo-Design-Advisory-panel-appointed.aspx
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After almost a decade in operation, an independent and comprehensive review of laws (Building Professionals Act) governing certification in NSW is currently underway. This Act covers the accreditation of certifiers, who work independently or for councils, assessing and certifying housing, buildings or subdivisions, and other specialist works within developments. The public can attend a round-table public forum at one of eight locations around NSW, or have their say via an online survey or by making a formal submission by email or post. To read the Discussion Paper or register for a forum, visit bpb.nsw.gov.au/buildingprofessionals-act-review

The public consultation events are planned for:

12 May Dubbo
14 May Batemans Bay
15 May Tamworth
20 May Ballina
21 May Sydney
27 May Wagga Wagga
1 June Wollongong
2 June Newcastle; and
5 June Penrith

Submissions to the Review close 12 June.
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Official statistics from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) show that NSW recorded 5,157 dwelling approvals in December (an increase of 27 per cent from November – 4,065 dwellings). This makes the 2014 figures the highest annual approval figures since 1999.

http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/Whatsnewarchive/NewsArticle/TabId/697/ArtMID/1562/ArticleID/308/NSW-Number-One-Again-for-Housing-Approvals.aspx
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The Penrith Local Environmental Plan was approved by the Department of Planning & Environment (DPE) . Penrith City Council’s new Local Environment Plan streamlines more than 35 older plans into one standard set of local planning laws.

http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/Whatsnewarchive/NewsArticle/TabId/697/ArtMID/1562/ArticleID/304/Pentriths-Future-Cemented-with-New-Planning-Laws.aspx
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