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UDIA welcomes NSW Government infrastructure initiatives but complacency over Housing Supply is worrying

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The UDIA supports several infrastructure measures in today’s NSW budget, however, we are extremely concerned with the government’s analysis that housing supply is nothing to worry about, particularly that “building approvals are now running well ahead of the change in population due to the lack of inward migration.”

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Rezonings welcome but just the tip of the iceberg needed to meet predicted demand

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The release today of the UDIA NSW Greenfield Land Supply Pipeline Survey, identifies the anticipated schedule for future housing supply delivery and quantifies the barriers, which need to be resolved to bringing them to market.

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UDIA welcomes the progress on Property Tax and calls on Federal Government to back productivity gains

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UDIA NSW applauds the intent of the ‘Rebooting the NSW Economy’ white paper released this morning by the Productivity Commissioner but warns that it does not go far enough to deliver the homes people desperately need and that the recent changes by the NSW Government mean delivery of land for new homes in NSW is still going backwards.

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Productivity Commissioner’s report falls short on delivering homes

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UDIA NSW applauds the intent of the ‘Rebooting the NSW Economy’ white paper released this morning by the Productivity Commissioner but warns that it does not go far enough to deliver the homes people desperately need and that the recent changes by the NSW Government mean delivery of land for new homes in NSW is still going backwards.

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Invitation to attend NextGen West Urban Development Conference

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Following the recent launch of our NextGen West: Delivering the City of the Future campaign in partnership with Business Western Sydney, UDIA NSW is hosting a one-day interactive conference with captains of the development industry and key government and city shaping leaders, who will discuss the major planning and infrastructure projects and issues affecting Greater Western Sydney and help determine the outcome of the Western Parkland City.

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Urban Development Program Technology allows planners to see into the future

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Planning for major precinct developments has traditionally been a complex and lengthy process involving multiple stakeholders, often with competing remits, budgetary challenges and community priorities that all too often results in paralysis in the ability to make decisions or compromises that result in poor place making outcomes.

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