Ministerial News

Local Businesses called to Action on Dungowan Dam

Local construction businesses can now register their interest to help build the $480 million Dungowan Dam and Pipeline project through a new online WaterNSW portal aimed at increasing local involvement. Minister for Water, Property and Housing Melinda Pavey welcomed...

Modern Housing Reflects Local Heritage

The NSW Government has lodged a planning proposal with the City of Sydney to advance progress on a visionary social housing development that respects local historical values. A mix of 74 social and private homes will be built on two sites at Cowper Street and...

Applications Open for $14 Million Crown Reserves Improvement Fund

Crown land managers and community groups that use Crown land are invited to apply for a share of $14 million in grants to upgrade and maintain community facilities and reserves across NSW. Minister for Water, Property and Housing Melinda Pavey said applications for...

New Pecuniary Interest Disclosure Requirements for Water

The NSW Government yesterday introduced legislation to strengthen disclosure requirements for water ownership and trades for all NSW Members of Parliament. Minister for Water, Property and Housing Melinda Pavey said the Constitution Amendment (Water Accountability and...

Free Course for Volunteer Crown Land Managers

The NSW Government is offering a free course run by the Australian Institute of Company Directors for people who are existing or potential Crown Land managers. Applications will be accepted from both individuals in the community keen to volunteer in managing...

Man’s Best Friend on the Hunt for Hidden Leaks

Man’s Best Friend on the Hunt for Hidden Leaks

Two hunting pedigree puppies are being trained to sniff out a different kind of prey - hidden leaks from the city’s wastewater networks. Winnie, a highly intelligent Cocker Spaniel, and Ziggy, an energetic English springer spaniel, are the first dogs in Australia to...

Waterloo Redevelopment Moves Forward

The NSW Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC) has lodged a planning proposal with the City of Sydney to advance the Waterloo Estate redevelopment process. The proposal to renew Waterloo South represents the first of three stages in the NSW Government’s proposed...

NSW Showgrounds get $12.5 Million Kickstart

Hundreds of shovel-ready projects can get underway to repair and renew showgrounds across the State thanks to $12.5 million in funding from the NSW Government. Minister for Water, Property and Housing Melinda Pavey today announced the first tranche of successful...

Ministerial News

by | Apr 24, 2018