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UDIA NSW Submission on the Penrith City Council Local Housing Strategy and Rural Lands Strategy

While we support the Penrith Housing Strategy, we believe that there are several specific opportunities to address the housing crisis and provide more affordable and diverse housing options in the strategically significant Penrith City LGA.

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UDIA NSW Submission on Proposed BCF Charge System Method

The NSW Government has acknowledged that the biodiversity offsets scheme should be improved to bring more certainty and transparency of pricing and is undertaking important and significant work in an attempt to reduce the price volatility under the BCF specifically. The new methodology offers potential improvements in that regard. Unfortunately, UDIA does not support the […]

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UDIA NSW Submission on the Draft Blueprint for the Western Parkland City

  The Western Parkland City Authority has prepared a draft Blueprint for the Western Parkland City which aims to achieve “Green, Advanced and Connected” outcomes. The draft Blueprint identifies future rail corridors that will connect the Bradfield Centre at the Aerotropolis to surrounding areas including Leppington by 2031 and future connections to the south towards […]

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UDIA NSW Submission on Central Coast Local Housing Strategy Discussion Paper

The Discussion Paper poses important questions for the Central Coast’s future housing supply. UDIA is pleased to offer background information as well as direct responses to the questions to assist Council in updating its understanding of the residential development pipeline and industry views on the Central Coast.

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UDIA NSW Submission on Draft Central Coast Regional Plan 2041

UDIA shares the ambitions of the draft Central Coast Regional Plan and believes the proposed approach has merit. However, the draft leaves too many important questions unanswered to give us confidence it can deliver the housing and employment land needed to support the Central Coast’s growth through 2041. UDIA would like to work closely and […]

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UDIA NSW Submission on Draft Hunter Regional Plan 2041

UDIA shares the ambitions of the draft Hunter Regional Plan and believes the proposed approach has merit. However, the draft leaves too many important questions unanswered to give us confidence it can deliver the housing and employment land needed to support the Hunter’s growth through 2041. UDIA would like to work closely and constructively with […]

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