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Infrastructure and collaboration

Actions
Responsibility
1

Prioritise infrastructure investments to support the vision of A Metropolis of Three Cities.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

2

Sequence growth across the three cities to promote north-south and east-west connections.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

3

Align forecast growth with infrastructure.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

4

Sequence infrastructure provision using a place-based approach.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

5

Consider the adaptability of infrastructure and its potential shared use when preparing infrastructure strategies and plans.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

6

Maximise the utility of existing infrastructure assets and consider strategies to influence behaviour changes, to reduce the demand for new infrastructure, including supporting the development of adaptive and flexible regulations to allow decentralised utilities.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

7

Identify, prioritise and deliver Collaboration Areas.

Greater Sydney Commission

8

Coordinate land use and infrastructure for the Western City District.

Greater Sydney Commission

Liveability

Actions
Responsibility
9

Deliver social infrastructure that reflects the needs of the community now and in the future.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

10

Optimise the use of available public land for social infrastructure.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

11

Deliver healthy, safe and inclusive places for people of all ages and abilities that support active, resilient and socially connected communities by:

a. providing walkable places at a human scale with active street life
b. prioritising opportunities for people to walk, cycle and use public transport
c. co-locating schools, health, aged care, sporting and cultural facilities
d. promoting local access to healthy fresh food and supporting local fresh food production.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

12

Incorporate cultural and linguistic diversity in strategic planning and engagement.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

13

Consider the local infrastructure implications of areas that accommodate large migrant and refugee populations.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

14

Strengthen the economic self-determination of Aboriginal communities by engagement and consultation with Local Aboriginal Land Councils to better understand and support their economic aspirations as they relate to land use planning.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

15

Facilitate opportunities for creative and artistic expression and participation, wherever feasible with a minimum regulatory burden, including:

a. arts enterprises and facilities, and creative industries
b. interim and temporary uses
c. appropriate development of the night-time economy.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

16

Strengthen social connections within and between communities through better understanding of the nature of social networks and supporting infrastructure in local places.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

17

Prepare local or district housing strategies that address the following:

a. the delivery of five-year housing supply targets for each local government area
b. the delivery of 6-10 year (when agreed) housing supply targets for each local government area
c. capacity to contribute to the longer term 20-year strategic housing target for the District
d. the housing strategy requirements outlined in Objective 10 of the A Metropolis of Three Cities that include:

i. creating capacity for more housing in the right locations
ii. supporting planning and delivery of growth areas and planned precincts as relevant to each local government area
iii. supporting investigation of opportunities for alignment with investment in regional and district infrastructure
iv. supporting the role of centres.

  • Blue Mountains City Council
  • Camden Council
  • Campbelltown City Council
  • Fairfield City Council
  • Hawkesbury City Council
  • Liverpool City Council
  • Penrith City Council
  • Wollondilly Shire Council
18

Prepare Affordable Rental Housing Target Schemes following development of implementation arrangements.

Councils and other planning authorities

19

Using a place-based and collaborative approach throughout planning, design, development and management, deliver great places by:

a. prioritising a people-friendly public realm and open spaces as a central organising design principle
b. recognising and balancing the dual function of streets as places for people and movement
c. providing fine grain urban form, diverse land use mix, high amenity and walkability, in and within a 10-minute walk of centres
d. integrating social infrastructure to support social connections and provide a community hub
e. recognising and celebrating the character of a place and its people.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

20

In Collaboration Areas, Planned Precincts, Growth Areas and planning for centres:

a. investigate opportunities for precinct-based provision of adaptable car parking and infrastructure in lieu of private provision of car parking
b. ensure parking availability takes into account the level of access by
public transport
c. consider the capacity for places to change and evolve, and accommodate diverse activities over time
d. incorporate facilities to encourage the use of car sharing, electric and hybrid vehicles including charging stations.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

21

Identify, conserve and enhance environmental heritage by:

a. engaging with the community early in the planning process to understand heritage values and how they contribute to the significance of the place
b. applying adaptive re-use and interpreting of heritage to foster distinctive local places
c. managing and monitoring the cumulative impact of development on the heritage values and character of places.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

22

Use place-based planning to support the role of centres as a focus for connected neighbourhoods.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

23

Use flexible and innovative approaches to revitalise high streets in decline.

Councils, other planning authorities, and State agencies

Productivity

Actions
Responsibility
24

Integrate land use and transport plans to deliver the 30-minute city.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

25

Investigate, plan and protect future transport and infrastructure corridors.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

26

Support innovative approaches to the operation of business, educational and institutional establishments to improve the performance of the transport network.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

27

Prioritise transport investments that enhance access to the economic corridors and between centres within the corridors.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

28

Manage the interfaces of industrial areas, trade gateways and intermodal facilities by:

Land use activities

a. providing buffer areas to nearby activities, such as residential uses, that are sensitive to emissions from 24-hour port and freight functions
b. retaining industrial lands for port, intermodal and logistics uses from the encroachment of commercial, residential and other non-compatible uses which would adversely affect industry viability to facilitate ongoing operation and long-term growth
c. requiring sensitive developments within influence of port and airport operations to implement measures that reduce amenity impacts
d. improving communication of current and future noise conditions around airports, surrounding road and rail networks, intermodal terminals and supporting private lands
e. improving the capacity of existing stakeholders to implement existing planning noise standards for incoming sensitive developments
f. protecting prescribed airspace from inappropriate development, for example height of building controls that would allow buildings to penetrate prescribed airspace and reduce the capacity of existing airport operations
g. identifying and preserving land for future port and airport, intermodal and rail infrastructure
h. ensuring adequate land is available for transit uses, for example, bus layovers.

Transport operations

i. providing the required commercial and passenger vehicle, and freight and passenger rail access
j. improving freight connectivity by both road and the proposed Western Sydney Freight Line from Villawood to Eastern Creek, via Yennora, Smithfield and Wetherill Park to improve business-to-business and supply chain connectivity along this industrial corridor
k. Recognising and giving effect to the National Airports Safeguarding Framework, incorporating noise, turbulence and wildlife safety measures.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

29

Optimise the efficiency and effectiveness of the freight handling and logistics network by:

a. protecting current and future freight corridors and shared freight corridors
b. balancing the need to minimise negative impacts of freight movements on urban amenity with the need to support efficient freight movements and deliveries
c. identifying and protecting key freight routes
d. limiting incompatible uses in areas expected to have intense freight activity.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

30

Investigate and plan for the land use implications of potential long-term regional transport connections.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

31

Plan for urban development, new centres and employment uses that are integrated with, and optimise opportunities of, the public value and use of the potential North South Rail Link.

Councils and other planning authorities

32

Protect transport corridors as appropriate, including the Western Sydney Freight Line and the Outer Sydney Orbital.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

33

Create landscaped boulevards along new and major transport corridor upgrades as appropriate to the existing environment.

State agencies

34

Prioritise the planning and delivery of east-west and north-south roads to facilitate access to the strategic centres (including Badgally Road transport corridor to Campbelltown, Spring Farm Parkway and The Horsley Drive) and improve walking and safe cycling connections nearby.

State agencies

35

Protect and support agricultural production and mineral resources (in particular, construction materials) by preventing inappropriately dispersed urban activities in rural areas.

Councils and other planning authorities

36

Provide a regulatory environment that enables economic opportunities created by changing technologies.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

37

Consider the barriers to the growth of internationally competitive trade sectors, including engaging with industry and assessing regulatory barriers.

Councils and other planning authorities

38

Create capacity for tourist accommodation in appropriate locations through local environmental plans.

Councils and other planning authorities

39

When preparing plans for tourism and visitation, consider:

a. encouraging the development of a range of well-designed and located facilities
b. enhancing the amenity, vibrancy and safety of centres and township precincts
c. supporting the development of places for artistic and cultural activities
d. improving public facilities and access
e. protecting heritage and biodiversity to enhance cultural and eco-tourism
f. supporting appropriate growth of the night-time economy
g. developing industry skills critical to growing the visitor economy

Councils and other planning authorities

40

Consider opportunities to implement place-based initiatives to attract more visitors, improve visitor experiences and ensure connections to transport at key tourist attractions.

Councils and other planning authorities

41

Consider opportunities to enhance the tourist and visitor economy in the District, including a coordinated approach to tourism activities, events and accommodation.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

42

In addition to the Collaboration Area process outlined above, carry out the following:

a. protect and develop the commercial core
b. improve and coordinate transport and other infrastructure to support jobs growth
c. develop smart jobs around the health and education precinct
d. build on the centre's administrative and civic role
e. improve public domain including tree-lined, comfortable open spaces and outdoor dining
f. improve connectivity and links to the Georges River and prioritise pedestrian, cycle and public transport facilities
g. encourage a vibrant mix of uses, new lifestyle and entertainment uses to activate streets and grow the night-time economy
h. capitalise on the Western Sydney Airport and Western Sydney City Deal initiatives.

Liverpool City Council, Greater Sydney Commission and other planning authorities.

43

In addition to the Collaboration Area process outlined on the previous page, carry out the following:

a. support the transformation of the City Centre to grow to its ultimate potential
b. support and enhance a viable commercial core
c. reinforce, capitalise and support the expansion of the Penrith health and education precinct
d. facilitate the attraction of a range of uses that contribute to an active and vibrant City Centre
e. facilitate opportunities for a diverse economy that delivers jobs of the future, strong employment sectors and improves access to education and training
f. capitalise on opportunities associated with the Western Sydney Airport including Western Sydney City Deal initiatives
g. encourage new lifestyle, tourist and cultural uses to activate streets and grow the tourism and night-time economies
h. activate primary and secondary streets and deliver contemporary urban public spaces
i. improve transport connectivity, walkability and safe cycling connections within and to the Penrith City Centre
j. connect and activate the Nepean River as a focal point and a destination
k. promote urban living by improving amenity within the City Centre and activating public spaces
l. support and demonstrate innovation.

Penrith City Council, Greater Sydney Commission and other planning authorities

44

In addition to the Collaboration Area process outlined above, carry out the following:

a. protect, develop and expand the commercial core
b. protect and grow the health, medical and education core precincts
c. investigate opportunities for the growth of allied health and medical related businesses, research, science and advanced manufacturing
d. enhance the centre's civic, cultural and heritage role
e. increase opportunities for creative, digital and technology businesses and employees
f. encourage new lifestyle and entertainment uses to activate streets and grow the night-time economy
g. improve east-west pedestrian connectivity across the southern rail line
h. improve accessibility to walking, cycling, public transport and car sharing
i. support mixed-use development and surrounding high quality apartment and medium density residential development
j. capitalise on the Western Sydney Airport and Western Sydney City Deal initiatives.

Campbelltown City Council, Greater Sydney Commission and other planning authorities

45

Facilitate health and education precincts that:

a. create the conditions for the continued co-location of health and education facilities, and services to support the precinct and growth of the precincts
b. have high levels of accessibility
c. attract associated businesses, industries and commercialisation of research
d. facilitate housing opportunities for students and workers within 30 minutes of
the precinct.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

46

Prioritise:

a. public transport investments to improve the north-south and east-west connections to the metropolitan cluster
b. infrastructure investments which enhance walkability within two kilometres of the metropolitan cluster or strategic centres or 10 minutes walking distance of a local centre
c. infrastructure investments, particularly those focused on access to the transport network, which enhance cycling connectivity within five kilometres of strategic centres or 10 kilometres of the metropolitan cluster.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

47

Support and facilitate the development of the metropolitan cluster by:

a. supporting commercial development, aerospace and defence industries and the innovation economy
b. supporting internationally competitive freight and logistics sectors
c. planning vibrant strategic centres and attracting health and education facilities, cultural, entertainment, arts and leisure activities
d. creating high quality places with a focus on walking and cycling
e. improving transport connections to the centres from across the District

Councils, other planning authorities and Australian and NSW government agencies

48

In Collaboration Areas, Planned Precincts and planning for the metropolitan cluster:

a. investigate opportunities for precinct-based provision of adaptable car parking and infrastructure in lieu of private provision of car parking
b. ensure parking availability takes into account the level of access by public transport
c. consider the capacity for places to change and evolve, and accommodate diverse activities over time
d. incorporate facilities to encourage the use of car sharing, electric and hybrid vehicles including charging stations.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

49

Deliver the Land Use and Infrastructure Implementation Plan for the Western Sydney Airport Growth Area.

State agencies

50

Review the current planning controls and create capacity to achieve the job targets for the District's metropolitan cluster.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

51

Retain and manage industrial and urban service land, in line with the principles for managing industrial and urban services land, in the identified local government areas (refer to Figure 19) by safeguarding all industrial zoned land from conversion to residential development, including conversion to mixed-use zones. In updating local environmental plans, councils are to conduct a strategic review of industrial land.

Camden Council, Campbelltown City Council, Liverpool City Council, Penrith City Council, Wollondilly Shire Council and other planning authorities

52

Review and manage industrial and urban service land, in line with the principles for managing industrial and urban services land, in the identified local government areas (refer to Figure 19) by undertaking a review of all industrial land to confirm their retention or transition to higher order uses (such as business parks) and prepare appropriate controls to maximise business and employment outcomes, considering the changing nature of industries in the area.

Greater Sydney Commission, Fairfield City Council, Liverpool City Council and other planning authorities

53

Plan and manage industrial and urban service land in line, with the principles for managing industrial and urban services land, in the identified local government areas (refer to Figure 19) by creating additional industrial and urban services land where required in land release areas to service the growing population. In updating planning for release areas, relevant agencies are to conduct a strategic review of industrial land.

Camden Council, Campbelltown City Council, Hawkesbury City Council, Liverpool City Council, Penrith City Council and other planning authorities

54

Consider office development in industrial zones where it does not compromise industrial or urban services activities.

Councils

55

Facilitate the contemporary adaptation of industrial and warehouse buildings through increased floor to ceiling heights.

Councils and other planning authorities

56

Provide access to jobs, goods and services in centres by:

a. attracting significant investment and business activity in strategic centres to provide jobs growth
b. diversifying the range of activities in all centres
c. creating vibrant, safe places and a quality public realm
d. focusing on a human-scale public realm and locally accessible open space
e. balancing the efficient movement of people and goods with supporting the liveability of places on the road network
f. improving the walkability within and to centres
g. completing and improving a safe and connected cycling network to and within centres
h. improving public transport services to all strategic centres
i. conserving and interpreting heritage significance
j. designing parking that can be adapted to future uses
k. providing for a diverse and vibrant night-time economy in a way that responds to potential negative impacts
l. creating the conditions for residential development within strategic centres and within walking distance (up to 10 minutes), but not at the expense of the attraction and growth of jobs, retailing and services; where appropriate, strategic centres should define commercial cores informed by an assessment of their need.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

57

Create new centres in line with the principles for Greater Sydney's centres.

Councils and other planning authorities

58

Prioritise strategic land use and infrastructure plans for growing centres, particularly those with capacity for additional retail floor space.

Councils and other planning authorities

59

Encourage opportunities for new smart work hubs.

Councils and other planning authorities

60

Review current planning controls and create capacity to achieve the job targets for the District's strategic centres.

Councils and other planning authorities

61

Strengthen Fairfield through approaches that:

a. investigate opportunities for feasible redevelopment and increased density close to the Fairfield Transport Interchange
b. enhance the public realm and encourage new connected civic plazas and public open spaces, including better walking and cycling links to nearby Fairfield Park and Prospect Creek corridor
c. build on the emerging concentration of multicultural support services and support the current business and legal sector
d. increase the liveability of the centre by activating the public realm, including developing the vision for an 'eat street' and growing the night-time economy
e. facilitate the attraction of office/commercial floor space and allow for innovation including smart work hubs
f. improve east-west connectivity within Fairfield City Centre from surrounding suburbs prioritising pedestrian, cycle and public transport facilities
g. encourage car sharing and carpooling opportunities.

Fairfield City Council, other planning authorities and State agencies

62

Strengthen Katoomba through approaches that:

a. encourage new lifestyle and entertainment uses to activate streets and grow the tourism and night-time economies
b. facilitate the attraction of office/commercial floor space and provide opportunities to allow commercial and retail activities to innovate, including smart work hubs
c. enhance the public realm
d. activate secondary streets.

Blue Mountains City Council, other planning authorities and State agencies

63

Strengthen Leppington through approaches that:

a. develop a masterplan for the Leppington town centre in collaboration with Camden and Liverpool City Councils, stakeholders and the community
b. coordinate the release and rezoning of land for residential, employment and other urban development in Leppington town centre in accordance with the State Environmental Planning Policy (Sydney Region Growth Centres) 2006 and to support the District's housing and job targets
c. coordinate and deliver enabling infrastructure to support future development.

NSW Department of Planning and Environment, Camden Council, Liverpool City Council, other planning authorities and State agencies

64

Strengthen Narellan through approaches that:

a. investigate the capacity of key infrastructure to support additional growth
b. undertake an Urban Design Review for the Centre and review planning controls
c. review the vision for the Narellan Centre.

Camden Council, other planning authorities and State agencies

65

Strengthen Richmond-Windsor through approaches that:

a. support complementary land uses around the agglomeration of education and defence uses in Richmond
b. support master planning processes for Richmond and Windsor that encourage new lifestyle and entertainment uses, employment opportunities, activate streets and places, grow the tourism economy and respect and enhance the significant heritage value and assets
c. facilitate the attraction of office/commercial floor space and provide opportunities to allow commercial and retail activities to innovate, including smart work hubs.

Hawkesbury City Council, other planning authorities and State agencies

66

Strengthen St Marys through approaches that:

a. review and maximise opportunities from its location at the intersection of the north-south and east-west corridors
b. support the role of St Marys as a centre by enabling a mix of land uses to encourage a diverse and active night-time economy
c. facilitate the attraction of a range of uses that contribute to an active and vibrant place
d. improve transport connectivity and walkability within and to St Marys
e. support greater housing diversity and densities
f. activate primary and secondary streets and deliver contemporary urban public spaces
g. support and demonstrate innovation.

Penrith City Council, other planning authorities and State agencies

Sustainability

Actions
Responsibility
67

Protect environmentally sensitive areas of waterways.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

68

Enhance sustainability and liveability by improving and managing access to waterways and foreshores for recreation, tourism, cultural events and water-based transport.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

69

Improve the health of catchments and waterways through a risk-based approach to managing the cumulative impacts of development including coordinated monitoring of outcomes.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

70

Work towards reinstating more natural conditions in highly modified urban waterways.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

71

Implement the South Creek Corridor Project and use the design principles for South Creek to deliver a cool and green Western Parkland City.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

72

Protect and enhance biodiversity by:

a. supporting landscape-scale biodiversity conservation and the restoration of bushland corridors
b. managing urban bushland and remnant vegetation as green infrastructure
c. managing urban development and urban bushland to reduce edge-effect impacts.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

73

Expand urban tree canopy in the public realm.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

74

Progressively refine the detailed design and delivery of:

a. Greater Sydney Green Grid priority corridors and projects important to the District
b. opportunities for connections that form the long-term vision of the network
c. walking and cycling links for transport as well as leisure and recreational trips.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

75

Create Greater Sydney Green Grid connections to the Western Sydney Parklands.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

76

Identify and protect ridgelines, scenic and cultural landscapes, specifically the Scenic Hills, Mulgoa Valley and the escarpments of the Blue Mountains.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

77

Enhance and protect views of scenic and cultural landscapes from the public realm.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

78

Maintain or enhance the values of the Metropolitan Rural Area using place-based planning to deliver targeted environmental, social and economic outcomes.

Councils and other planning authorities

79

Limit urban development to within the Urban Area, except for the investigation areas at Horsley Park, Orchard Hills, and east of The Northern Road, Luddenham.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

80

Maximise the use of existing open space and protect, enhance and expand public open space by:

a. providing opportunities to expand a network of diverse, accessible, high quality open spaces that respond to the needs and values of communities as populations grow
b. investigating opportunities to provide new open space so that all residential areas are within 400 metres of open space and all high density residential areas (over 60 dwellings per hectare) are within 200 metres of open space
c. requiring large urban renewal initiatives to demonstrate how the quantity of, or access to, high quality and diverse local open space is maintained or improved
d. planning new neighbourhoods with a sufficient quantity and quality of new open space
e. delivering shared and co-located sports and recreational facilities including shared school grounds and repurposed golf courses
f. delivering or complementing the Greater Sydney Green Grid
g. providing walking and cycling links for transport as well as leisure and recreational trips.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

81

Support initiatives that contribute to the aspirational objective of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050, especially through the establishment of low-carbon precincts in Growth Areas, Planned Precincts, Collaboration Areas, State Significant Precincts and Urban Transformation projects.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

82

Support precinct-based initiatives to increase renewable energy generation and energy and water efficiency, especially in Growth Areas, Planned Precincts, Collaboration Areas, State Significant Precincts and Urban Transformation projects.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

83

Protect existing and identify new locations for waste recycling and management.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

84

Support innovative solutions to reduce the volume of waste and reduce waste transport requirements.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

85

Encourage the preparation of low-carbon, high efficiency strategies to reduce emissions, optimise the use of water, reduce waste and optimise car parking provision where an increase in total floor area greater than 100,000 square metres is proposed in any contiguous area of 10 or more hectares.

Councils, other planning authorities, State agencies and State-owned corporations

86

Investigate potential regulatory mechanisms such as a Protection of the Environment Policy (PEP) that sets low-carbon, high efficiency targets to be met through increased energy efficiency, water recycling and waste avoidance, reduction or re-use. This could include a framework for the monitoring and verification of performance for precincts in Growth Areas, Planned Precincts, Collaboration Areas, urban renewal precincts and housing growth areas that are planned to have an increase in total floor area greater than 100,000 square metres.

Environment Protection Authority

87

Support initiatives that respond to the impacts of climate change.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

88

Avoid locating new urban development in areas exposed to natural and urban hazards and consider options to limit the intensification of development in existing urban areas most exposed to hazards.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

89

Mitigate the urban heat island effect and reduce vulnerability to extreme heat.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

90

Respond to the direction for managing flood risk in the Hawkesbury-Nepean Valley as set out in Resilient Valley, Resilient Communities - Hawkesbury-Nepean Valley Flood Risk Management Strategy.

Councils, other planning authorities and State agencies

Implementation

Actions
Responsibility
91

The Greater Sydney Commission will require a local environmental plan review to include:

a. an assessment of the local environment plan against the district plan Planning Priorities and Actions
b. local context analysis
c. a overview and program for the local strategic planning required to inform the preparation of a local strategic planning statement that will inform updates to the local environmental plan

Councils

92

Develop performance indicators in consultation with state agencies and councils that ensure the 10 Directions to inform inter-agency, State and local government decision-making.

Greater Sydney Commission, State agencies and councils