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Have your say on future of Bardia Barracks

Landcom is calling for community feedback on the future use of heritage buildings at Bardia Barracks at an information session on Saturday, 24 March. ...

EOI called for new community around Sydney Metro Northwest

Landcom is calling for Expressions of Interest to create new communities around Sydney’s new metro stations in the city’s northwest. ...

Traffic busting works underway in North Ryde

Commuters can expect improved traffic flows in North Ryde by 2018, with works starting this week for the multi-million dollar widening and upgrade of ...

Online tool to accelerate Affordable Rental Housing

A new online database will make it easier for local councils and property developers to partner with Community Housing Providers to deliver affordable rental housing ...

Rezoning to supercharge housing supply in Southwest Sydney

A new community is set to take shape in Sydney’s southwest, supported by $116m of road infrastructure including a new highway interchange better connecting ...

Housing affordability a priority for Landcom

The NSW Government has set the agenda for the state’s land and development agency, Landcom, to meet a priority to increase housing affordability across ...

Tallest building at Green Square Town Centre tops out

Mirvac Group (Mirvac) and Landcom today marked a significant milestone in the development of Sydney’s $8 billion Green Square Town Centre, with a traditional ...

Landcom announces interim CEO

John Brogden AM has been appointed interim Chief Executive Officer of the NSW Government’s land and development agency, Landcom. ...

Co.Lab 2017 to showcase new ideas in urban planning

Automated vehicles, sustainable food production and big data are just some of the hot topics to be presented at the inaugural Co.Lab 2017 conference ...

Vanguards at the forefront of city planning

The New South Wales Government and Next City today announced the selection of 50 outstanding urban leaders from around the world to participate in Vanguard ...


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