UDIA NSW news
David Rowland leaves planning department
This Friday NSW planning department Hunter Manager, David Rowland, will leave his role amidst a major agency restructure.
Countdown on for local councils to prove they are ‘fit’
Tomorrow is the deadline for Councils who were deemed ‘unfit’ by a recent Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) assessment to prove otherwise.
Knights coach and UrbanGrowth NSW to headline Christmas lunch
Hear about rebuilding Newcastle with new Newcastle Knights head coach Nathan Brown and UrbanGrowth Newcastle Urban Renewal and Transport Program Director Michael Cassel.
New Senior planner joins APP Newcastle
Property and infrastructure industry consultants APP Corporation recently welcomed a new planning specialist to its Newcastle-based team.
Hunter Development Corporation in spotlight
New land release to bring far reaching benefits to the Illawarra
The UDIA will explore the recently announced plans to release 7700 hectares of land to allow for the construction of up to 35,000 new homes at Wilton Junction, Menangle Park and Mount Gillead at an event this month.
Regional growth plan set for December delivery
The State Planning Department recently assured the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) Hunter Chapter that the eagerly anticipated Hunter regional plan is on track for delivery next month.
Developers gather for annual forum
The region’s major developers will be meeting this week as part of the Illawarra Urban Development Program’s (IUDP) Annual Developer Forum.
Government spotlight should swing toward Illawarra growth
The UDIA Southern NSW Chapter today welcomed the State Government’s announcement that it could establish an Illawarra Development Corporation, bringing the region in to line with other major centres.
New Strata laws bring NSW into modern day
The UDIA NSW today commended the State Government for introducing new strata laws that bring the NSW scheme into the 21st century.