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2018-12-10 

Kathryn Greiner welcomed as Retirement Village Ambassador 

The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW welcomes the appointment of Kathryn Greiner AO as the NSW Retirement Village Ambassador.

 
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2018-12-04 

Fast train announcement welcomed 

The urban development industry has welcomed the NSW Government’s announcement of a fast rail plan for the state but has called for more certainty regarding urban planning.

 
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2018-11-22 

Building Blocks 

The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) with the help of Mott MacDonald and their Infrastructure Prioritisation Model have identified infrastructure items that will unlock development for immediate development in Sydney. This “catalyst” infrastructure investigated includes roads, potable water, sewer and electricity which we have deemed essential infrastructure for seeding development. It does not include all infrastructure which may be needed for the future communities (such as detention basins, parks, schools, hospitals, etc). Instead catalyst infrastructure are those items that are the last piece of the puzzle required to dwellings on the ground.
 
 
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2018-11-21 

How Sydney can handle population growth 

Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW chief executive, Steve Mann, will today address the NSW Major Projects Conference calling on the NSW Government to use new technology to embrace the challenges of growth.

 

 
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2018-11-19 

Daley inquiry policy must keep infrastructure ball rolling 

The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW has welcomed Labor’s plan to hold public inquiries ahead of major infrastructure projects but has warned the system must not become another roll of red tape in an already convoluted planning system.

 

 
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2018-11-14 

Industry welcomes Western City and Aerotropolis Authority 

The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW has welcomed the establishment of the new Western City and Aerotropolis Authority (WCAA), which will initially be responsible for developing 114 hectares of government-owned land in the Aerotropolis.

 

 
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2018-11-05 

Stamp Duty reforms must start a dialogue on tax 

Stamp Duty changes announced today are a welcome step in the right direction.

However, changes announced today are insignificant when compared to tax increases on new housing announced last year.

 

 
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2018-10-25 

Report on Land Release and Housing Supply welcomed 

The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW has welcomed the recommendations of the Legislative Assembly Committee on Environment and Planning’s Inquiry into Land Release and Housing Supply. UDIA NSW supports all key recommendations.

 

 
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2018-10-22 

Infrastructure funding will make housing more affordable 

Industry has welcomed a further $20 million made available to local councils to fund infrastructure by the NSW Minister for Planning via the Low Cost Loans Initiative.

 

 
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2018-10-19 

NSW Land and Housing Corporation wins UDIA NSW-Veris Diversity in Development Award 

The NSW Land and Housing Corporation has been named the winner of the UDIA NSW – Veris Diversity in Development Award for 2018.

 

 
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