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Submission to Western Sydney Airport Metro EIS

UDIA is a strong advocate for major city-shaping transport infrastructure to support the Western Parkland City, which will become the third major city in Greater Sydney with up to 184,500 new homes and 200,000 new jobs by 2036. The Western Sydney Airport Metro (WSAM) from the Western Sydney International Airport (WSIA), which are both due […]

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Submission to Shellharbour Business Centres and Surrounding Residential Lands Study

UDIA supported Council’s vision to plan for positive population growth over the next 10-20 years and industry welcomes the opportunity to invest in an area with high amenity and liveability. UDIA supported02 Council’s focus to introduce a wide spectrum of new planning provisions to provide housing diversity at key town centres. UDIA also supports Council […]

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Submission to Camden Draft Local Housing Strategy

UDIA supported Camden Council’s vision to support positive population growth over the next 10-20 years and industry welcomes the opportunity to invest in an area that contains most of the South West Growth Area (SWGA), and key strategic centres with good access to the WSA and Aerotropolis.

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Submission to City of Ryde Draft Local Housing Strategy

UDIA supported the City of Ryde Council’s vision to support positive population growth over the next 15 years and industry welcomes the opportunity to invest in an area which has good transport connectivity, quality open space and major commercial and employment centres.  

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Submission to M12 Amendment Report

UDIA noted that the Design Amendments described in the EIS provided some clarity of the proposed changes to the project, however uncertainties and concerns exist within the specific context of land within the Northern Gateway initial precinct in the Aerotropolis.

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Submission to Rhodes East Precinct Plan

UDIA supports the Department’s master plan approach for the Rhodes precinct where it prioritises active transport, integrated infrastructure and density with a human scale. UDIA supports the recognition of affordable housing as critical infrastructure as a foundational policy statement and one of the top objectives of the Strategy listed as Objective 4. UDIA NSW holds […]

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