Botanic Gardens of Sydney cares for the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, The Domain Sydney, Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan and Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah.
Find regulatory information and statistics, or get help planning a burial or cremation.
We are responsible for the administration of Crown land, including its parks, reserves, roads, assets.
A city-wide voice for public green space and parks, Greater Sydney Parklands Trust brings together some of Sydney's most iconic places.
We are empowered to unlock and deliver outcomes that revitalise the Hunter and Central Coast regions.
The independent decision-making body for complex and contentious state significant development in NSW.
Responsible for strengthening the sustainability, performance, integrity, transparency and accountability of the local government sector.
We help design and create thriving communities, towns and cities for the people of the state. We work to ensure jobs, infrastructure and housing are delivered sustainably with environmental protection at front of mind.
The central property agency for the NSW government. We partner to create purpose-led solutions that reimagine property, rejuvenate environments and revitalise communities in NSW.
We strive to create an active and vibrant place for residents, visitors, and businesses alike.
The Valuer General is an independent statutory officer appointed by the Governor of NSW to oversee the valuation system.
Responsible for delivering, coordinating and attracting investment to the Western Parkland City, across 8 local government areas; the Blue Mountains, Camden, Campbelltown, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Liverpool, Penrith and Wollondilly.
Our responsibilities are spread across five ministers:
Minister for Western Sydney
Prudence (Prue) Car
Minister for Planning and Public Spaces
Minister for Local Government
Minister for Lands and Property
Minister for Housing
Kiersten Fishburn is the Secretary of the Department of Planning, Housing and Infrastructure (DPHI) and oversees the portfolio of agencies within her remit.
Kiersten has worked in the public service for two decades, across multiple portfolios and two tiers of government. She’s passionate about delivering thriving environments, communities and helping NSW achieve its full potential.
Kiersten was Deputy Secretary, Cities & Active Transport at Transport for NSW, focusing on ensuring our cities and neighbourhoods are integrated with transport, making places, streets and open spaces functional, beautiful, inclusive and inviting for all to enjoy.
Prior to joining Transport, Kiersten led the Planning Delivery Unit (PDU) in the Department of Planning and Environment. She was also the CEO of Liverpool City Council, and held leadership roles with Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre and Accessible Arts and City of Sydney.
Department of Planning, Housing and Infrastructure
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