Investors will soon be able to have their say on planning in Sydney with a new consultation soon to take place, according to the NSW Government.
Planners are travelling around New South Wales to discuss the proposals outlined in the July-released Green Paper, and those interested in the state haven’t been holding back, with a Sydney-based sessions having been booked out.
“The NSW Government is creating a planning system for the 21st century that places people
and their choices at the heart of planning decisions about their future,” said director general of the Department of Planning and Infrastructure, Sam Haddad.
This will allow investors to have input on the future of the state until September when the final consultations close.
Proposals under discussion in the paper include reducing red tape and delays for DA proposals, planning infrastructure and involving the community in guiding planning.
To find out when another consultation will be held for your area, consult the NSW government website.
Responses can also be submitted online.