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  • Wasting time: NSW's planning crisis
    Wasting time: NSW's planning crisis Media release,  8 July 2019 The news that the NSW Government is falling short on its waste responsibilities[1] comes as no surprise to Western Sydney councils who are faced with unprecedented regional growth and increasingly strained…
  • Cooler suburbs: More than trees
    Cooler suburbs: More than trees Media release, 26 June 2019 Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) welcomes the news that green spaces and planting more trees are new Premier’s Priorities. Since 2016, WSROC has called on the NSW Government…
  • Integrated planning for better places and environmental outcomes
    Integrated planning for better places and environmental outcomes On Wednesday 26 June, Western Sydney councils’ planning and environment representatives came together with stakeholders from the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH),the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) and Resilient Sydney, for an Integrated Planning workshop.…
  • Green light for Cool Suburbs
    Green light for Cool Suburbs Western Sydney is now one step closer to implementing best practice interventions, for dealing with the growing challenges of extreme heat. WSROC has successfully applied for grant funding to implement the ‘Cool Suburbs’ initiative. Building on…
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  • Wasting time: NSW's planning crisis Media release,  8 July 2019 The news that the NSW Government is falling short on its waste responsibilities[1] comes as no surprise to Western Sydney councils who are faced with unprecedented regional growth and increasingly strained waste management infrastructure. The Western…
  • Cooler suburbs: More than trees Media release, 26 June 2019 Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) welcomes the news that green spaces and planting more trees are new Premier’s Priorities. Since 2016, WSROC has called on the NSW Government to make urban heat an…

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