AIUS NSW City Briefing
Planning system reform in a time of pandemic
NSW Minister for Planning and Public Places, Rob Stokes
To be followed by AIUS Annual General Meeting
Wednesday, 30 September 2020
Virtual Event - Link to be provided to those registered
The Hon. Rob Stokes, MP, Minister for Planning and Public Spaces
What characteristics will buildingsPlanning system reform is a topic that arises at least every decade. No minister has been better qualified to review the planning system than Minister Stokes. He has put planning system reform on the agenda for discussion and will talk about aspects such as what parts of the system really beg reform, how it could be done, should it be radical or gradual and what community support could be expected. Churchill said that one should never waste a good crisis and perhaps now is the ideal time to contemplate what would be considered too difficult in other times.
Join us for our first Virtual Event with the Hon Rob Stokes MP, Minister for Planning and Public Spaces on Wednesday, 30th Septemeber at 5pm. It's FREE to register.
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