Hazzard seeks public input into Barangaroo review
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Brad Hazzard, Minister for Planning called for locals to have their say in the recently announced Barangaroo review in a statement published on the NSW Liberals website.
"The NSW Government has reaffirmed its commitment to a fully transparent and consultative planning system, and opening up the Barangaroo review to public input is an integral component.
The recently announced Barangaroo review is now open to the public, and today the Minister for Planning and Infrastructure, Brad Hazzard urged stakeholders to engage.
"Submissions are invited into any aspects of the review outlined in the terms of reference.
"We want all stakeholders to engage in the 'short and sharp' review, which will provide much needed business certainty, and an opportunity for the city to have a say.
"Barangaroo has the potential to be an economic golden ticket – its projected $6 billion stimulus will create substantial opportunities for the wider NSW community.
"The NSW Government is hard at work reversing sixteen years of financial mismanagement.
"Labor's dismal economic record has left us with a multi-billion dollar black hole – which this government is well on its way to repairing.
"While repairing the economy, we are also making certain the city's voice is heard."
All submissions must be received by June 20 and will be made public, unless otherwise stated.
The panel may request face-to-face interviews, if more information is required.
Submissions can be sent to barangaroo[at]dpc.nsw.gov.au or GPO Box 5341, Sydney, NSW 2001."
What would you like to see built at Barangaroo? Are you happy with the current design and planning controls or would you like changes made?
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