Sydney 2030 - delivering a simplified planning system

Sydney 2030 - delivering a simplified planning system

NSW
Nov 25
CEDA's annual NSW planning discussion, Sydney 2030, will bring together senior leaders from across Government and industry to examine planning policy to sustain and better manage Sydney's growth.

Speakers

The Hon. Rob Stokes MP, NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces
Lucy Turnbull AO, Chair, Greater Sydney Commission
Professor Bill Randolph, Director - City Futures, UNSW

Event overview

While New South Wales continues to lead the nation in economic growth, Sydney requires a planning system that can help support sustainable development with an extra million residents over the next ten years.

The NSW Government has announced its intention to release draft legislative changes to simplify the planning system which will help build a simpler and modern planning system. These proposed changes will build on the introduction of the Greater Sydney Commission that is taking a more proactive role in managing Sydney’s growth.

CEDA’s annual NSW planning discussion, Sydney 2030, will bring together senior leaders from across Government and industry to examine the following:

  • Planning policy to sustain and better manage Sydney’s growth;
  • What makes a productive, sustainable and liveable city?;
  • Priorities for the Greater Sydney Commission; and
  • A longer term view on infrastructure investment and good ideas to deliver a smarter, more productive city.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Rob Stokes MP
NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces

Meet the speakers

Lucy Turnbull AO
Chair, Greater Sydney Commission

Professor Bill Randolph
Director - City Futures, UNSW

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