Urban Living Network – 11 June 2021

    This newsletter was published on: 06/11/21 7:09 PM

    #1 - Housing supply benchmarks - just how many new houses does Sydney need?

    #2 - 2021-22 NSW Intergenerational Report released

    #3 - Treasurer releases update on NSW property tax reform proposal

    #4 - Draft Camden Centres and Employment Lands Strategy on Public Exhibition

    #5 - SGCH’s 11 Gibbons St, Redfern – Urban Taskforce Twilight Tour

    #6 - New date for Parramattta Council’s determination of the Parramatta CBD Planning Proposal

    #7 - City of Sydney calling out for EoIs to participate in a “creating quality creative space” incubation program

    #8 - The Mill

    #9 - Temporary Construction Hours Order issued

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    Urban Living Network- 28 May 2021

    This newsletter was published on: 05/25/21 3:15 PM

    #1 - Construction Hours during the pandemic– some considered suggestions to Government

    #2 - Is the NSW Government over-reacting to risk (1 of 2)?

    #3 - Is the NSW Government over-reacting to risk (2 of 2)?

    #4 - Developer in focus: Parick Elias – Chief Executive Officer – Urban Property Group

    #5 - Urban Taskforce Twilight Tour: Investa’s 60 Martin Place

    #6 - Greater Sydney Parklands’ White Paper released

    #7 - Urban Taskforce Members’Morning Tea - Strata Bond Inspection Scheme – overview by SSDS

    #8 - The Mill

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    Urban Living Network- 14 May 2021

    This newsletter was published on: 05/14/21 4:21 PM

    #1 - Urban Taskforce welcomes expansionary budget – but warns of risks of a housing price spike in NSW

    #2 - City of Sydney Affordable Housing Program – well meaning, but effectively another tax on new homes

    #3 - Minister hits the property development and construction industry … again!

    #4 - Sydney Metro West – stations confirmed

    #5 - Urban Taskforce Twilight Tour – Mirvac’s SMaRT Apartment

    #6 - Parramatta Council’s Integrated Transport Plan - on public exhibition

    #7 - Re-visiting International Women’s Day: Growthbuilt’s Melanie Kurzydlo

    #8 - The Mill

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    Urban Living Network- 30 April 2021

    This newsletter was published on: 04/30/21 6:31 PM

    #1 - Migration Matters – Immigration and the Australian Economy

    #2 - COMMSEC Report a wake-up call for NSW

    #3 - Design and Place SEPP Update

    #4 - DPIE releases draft Strategic Guide to Planning for Natural Hazards in NSW

    #5 - City of Sydney exhibits a draft Greening Sydney Strategy

    #6 - Proposed amendment to the Infrastructure SEPP – Upper Canal and Warragamba pipeline corridors

    #7 - Masterplan Options for West Ryde Town Centre on public exhibition

    #8 - Building Commissioner releases new Project Remediate video

    #9 - APRA clarifies when to classify rural properties as “Commercial property and income producing real estate”

    #10 - Melrose Park North Planning Proposal on public exhibition

    #11 - The Mill

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    Urban Living Network- 16 April 2021

    This newsletter was published on: 04/16/21 2:40 PM

    #1 - Western Sydney Aerotropolis Draft Precinct Plans – Councils and Urban Taskforce aligned (on some issues)

    #2 - Wagga Wagga celebrates growth while Sydney Councils are dominated by NIMBYs

    #3 - New fees for Planning Portal Transactions

    #4 - Design and Building Practitioners Regulation finalised and soon to commence

    #5 - Norwest Innovation Precinct - draft Section 7.12 Contributions Plan on public exhibition

    #6 - Draft Picton Place Plan on Public Exhibition

    #7 - Celebrating International Women’s Day: City Plan’s Sue Francis

    #8 - REMINDER: Entries are open for the 2021 Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Awards

    #9 - ALAND offers a unit in a “swanky new residential tower” for a home seeker who can pass a LEGO brick counting test

    #10 - The Mill

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    Urban Living Network- 01 April 2021

    This newsletter was published on: 04/1/21 7:01 PM

    #1 - Eggs to peel this Easter - Building Business Back Better and Clause 4.6 Review - EIEs released

    #2 - Urban Taskforce welcomes changes to compliance levy framework

    #3 - New Planning and Public Spaces outlook - what to expect from DPIE in the coming months

    #4 - Urban Taskforce submission to NSW Treasury’s Land Tax Discussion Paper

    #5 - Upper House Inquiry: Should SEPPs be disallowable?

    #6 - Canterbury-Bankstown Masterplan on public exhibition

    #7 - Re-visiting International Women’s Day: Walker Corporation’s Sylivia Hrovatin

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