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NSW Fair Trading invites the community's input on proposed changes to the Retirement Villages Regulation 2009.
Transport for NSW is seeking feedback on the planned modifications Chatswood to Sydenham – Central Walk.
The Office of Local Government is seeking your feedback on the Companion Animals Regulation 2008.
NSW Fair Trading has prepared an amendment to the Motor Dealers and Repairers Regulation 2014 (the Regulation) to assist in accelerating the replacement of recalled Takata airbags.
National Parks and Wildlife Service is seeking public comments on the draft plan of management for Upper Nepean State Conservation Area.
Roads and Maritime Services is seeking feedback on proposed intersection improvements at Showground Road and Carrington Road, Castle Hill.
NSW Fair Trading is seeking feedback on the draft Plumbing and Drainage Regulation 2017 and Regulatory Impact Statement.
A review of the Marine Estate Management Regulation 2009 that supports the management of marine parks and aquatic reserves is currently underway.
Transport for NSW is inviting feedback on the Review of Environmental Factors for the expected changes to Mortdale Maintenance Facility operations.
The Department of Planning and Environment invites feedback on the proposed Greenfield Housing Code.
The Department of Industry - Liquor & Gaming is seeking feedback on the requirement for applicants for certain liquor licences and authorisations to lodge a community impact statement (CIS).
The NSW Government is seeking the community’s input on the Travelling Stock Reserve (TSR) network in NSW to ensure it remains connected, viable and well maintained.