Sunset clause rules will stamp out dodgy operators
New laws announced by the State Government today will deter rouge developers from rescinding off-the-plan contracts for financial gain, and ultimately protect buyers and reputable industry operators, UDIA NSW said.
Celebrating the NSW development industry’s leading women
Women who have proven excellent role models, shown superior leadership qualities and made a positive contribution the development industry were recognised tonight.
Young leaders shine at NSW urban development awards
Modernising strata living: new laws
The UDIA NSW today commended the State Government for introducing new strata laws that bring the NSW scheme into the 21st century.
Bays Precinct plans a step in the right direction
The UDIA NSW today welcomed the State Government’s release of the Bays Precinct Transformation Plan and Request for Proposals for the renewal of the White Bay Power Station and surrounding waterfront.
New housing initiative a win for regional NSW
The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW today welcomed the State Government’s plans to transform six regional NSW Land and Housing Corporation sites into public, private and affordable housing.
Amalgamations pave way for co-ordinated growth
Forty-one councils in the greater Sydney area is impractical given current and projected population growth demands, the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW said today after IPART’s finding that 71 per cent of councils are ‘unfit’.
Sydenham to Bankstown corridor a win for residents
UDIA NSW today welcomed the State Government’s announcement that it is proceeding with the Sydenham to Bankstown Urban Renewal Corridor with the plan to create around 36,000 homes and thousands of jobs.
Western Sydney Priority Growth Area positive
The Urban Development Institute of Australia NSW today welcomed the State Government’s announcement that a Western Sydney Priority Growth Area will be created around the future Badgerys Creek Airport Precinct.
Newcastle Store sale makes way for true hub
UrbanGrowth NSW buying the Store building with the view to accommodate facets of the Wickham transport interchange makes sense.