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IPART Review Misses Chance To Lower House Prices

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Leading development industry body, the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW is calling for an independent review of the cost of infrastructure works in West Dapto, after the release of the final IPART report on the West Dapto Contributions Plan.

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Rydalmere Never Made Sense – Camellia Offers Once In A Generation Opportunity For Metro West

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“As we look to recover from this COVID-19 economic crisis, it is crucial that the major transport projects that we commence are the city shaping projects like Metro West, that bring with them the development opportunities and jobs which we need to rebuild our economy and grow the liveability of our cities,” said Mr Mann.

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Getting NSW Back on Track

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UDIA NSW welcomes today’s announcement from NSW Government to create opportunities for more than 30,000 construction jobs by September 2020. At UDIA NSW’s event today, Minister for Planning Rob Stokes announced that new projects will be prioritised as part of the Planning System Acceleration Program.

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UDIA National: UDIA Lodges its Submission on the EPBC Act Review

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UDIA National has now lodged an extensive submission in response to the Commonwealth Government’s Independent Review of the Environment Protection & Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act.

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UDIA Development Forecast shows dwelling supply in Greater Sydney is headed for lowest levels since 1953

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Without urgent interventions Sydney is headed for the lowest levels of dwelling completions since 1953. This will be a catastrophe for young home buyers, affordability and jobs.

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UDIA NSW | DPIE Updates on COVID-19

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COVID-19 is putting increasing pressure on industries around the world. The development sector is no different: uncertainty from declining sales, disrupted supply chains and delayed project launches. With unemployment rising across the state, UDIA NSW expects further challenges for the industry as potential buyers begin to think about income security.

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