Letter to the Productivity Commission – Key Reforms for the Planning System

The Urban Development Institute of Australia – NSW Division (UDIA) wrote to the Productivity Commissioner recommending some quick win productivity reforms.

UDIA NSW recommends the implementation of KPI’s for referral agencies. The EP&A Act and Regulations already provide for provision that enable consent authorities to proceed when referrals have not been made within a timely period.

UDIA NSW actively represents the industry’s interests so that urban development can be undertaken positively in NSW. We advocate for access to land for development, encourage the creation of a positive regulatory environment and an equitable system of taxation and charges on consumers, all with the aim of creating amazing urban environments. We believe in supporting our members and the government collaborating to create affordable, sustainable, and liveable communities ...

Submission to Key Reforms for the Planning System