Urban Living Network- 19 March 2021

    This newsletter was published on: 03/19/21 2:14 PM

    #1 - Is it OK for the NSW Government Architect to be a political activist for a building even the North Sydney Mayor said should go?

    #2 - Energy efficiency – current ad-hoc plans will produce a patchwork quilt of policy and regulation

    #3 - Local government rating reforms legislation introduced in the NSW Parliament

    #4 - Celebrating International Women’s Day – Nicki Hutley

    #5 - Parramatta Council exhibits new draft s7.11 Contributions Plan

    #6 - Emerging Leader in Development Profile: introducing Urbis’ Jessica Ford

    #7 - Sydney Metro West Planning Approvals

    #8 - The Mill

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    Urban Living Network- 05 March 2021

    This newsletter was published on: 03/5/21 10:25 AM

    #1 - NSW Government puts the economy first – Infrastructure Contributions Reform Roadmap released

    #2 - Urban Taskforce celebrates International Women’s Day

    #3 - Why have housing prices gone up in COVID?

    #4 - Mirvac unveils an industry first – an apartment made of recycled waste

    #5 - Emerging Leader in Development Profile: introducing St George Community Housing’s Angus Nguyen

    #6 - Infrastructure Australia releases it Infrastructure Priority List 2021

    #7 - The Mill

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    Urban Living Network- 19 February 2021

    This newsletter was published on: 02/19/21 4:59 PM

    #1 - Will the Housing Affordability crisis spread to the regions?

    #2 - First tranche of Infrastructure Contribution changes complete

    #3 - Paul Keating nails the cause of escalating house prices

    #4 - Urban Taskforce Twilight Tour – Waterfall by Crown

    #5 - Hills Showground precinct plan approved

    #6 - IPART finally makes a difference!

    #7 - Tickets selling fast for the Urban Taskforce International Women’s Day Lunch

    #8 - The Mill

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    Urban Living Network- 05 February 2021

    This newsletter was published on: 02/5/21 3:11 PM

    #1 - You know there’s a problem when an issue becomes part of popular culture – Housing Affordability is a problem!!!

    #2 - Minister Stokes SAVES Parramatta

    #3 - Commonwealth Joint Standing Committee on Migration – Inquiry into Australia's skilled migration program

    #4 - Update to Employment Land Reforms

    #5 - Urban Taskforce Industry Lunch - A Stronger Industry - New Ways to Flourish

    #6 - Credit where credit is due – DPIE works with Georges River Council for a second LEP with more housing

    #7 - Submit your entries for the 2021 Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Awards

    #8 - Early engagement on the review of the Burwood LEP

    #9 - Emerging leader in development – introducing Multiplex’s Kylie Judd

    #10 - Housekeeping Amendment to Codes SEPP

    #11 - The Mill

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    Urban Living Network- 22 January 2021

    This newsletter was published on: 01/22/21 1:25 PM

    #1 - What Does 2021 Hold for the Property Development Sector?

    #2 - HomeBuilder, Great for Australia - NSW misses out... Why?

    #3 - Parramatta Road - A new year and more plans: but nothing has changed

    #4 - Urban Taskforce made strong representations to the City of Sydney calling for greater flexibility to go with the proposed increased heights.

    #5 - Western Harbour Crossing is the missing link and must be built asap

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    Urban Living Network- 11 December 2020

    This newsletter was published on: 12/11/20 5:42 PM

    #1 - Foreign Investment rule changes – an early Christmas toast for the property industry

    #2 - Twelve months on … Final Plans for Pyrmont - Minister fixes the IPC mess

    #3 - Holiday must read - Planning restrictions harm housing affordability

    #4 - Local Character Statements to be recognised in LEP's

    #5 - Avenor welcomes Greg Whiteside as Head of Development

    #6 - Updates to BASIX announced

    #7 - Glenfield Place Strategy on Public Exhibition

    #8 - Property Observer merges with Urban.com.au.

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