Frequently asked questions
About UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation
The UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation (UrbanGrowth NSW) is the NSW Government’s urban transformation agency, reporting directly to the Premier. We work with government, private sector and community partners to facilitate the delivery of complex, large-scale urban transformation projects to help meet the NSW Government’s priorities of job creation, housing supply, and economic growth. We also champion sustainability leadership across our projects through our Sustainability Strategy, focused on social, environmental, accountable and economic sustainability. We are responsible for planning, coordinating and delivering major urban transformation programs including The Bays Precinct, Redfern to Eveleigh, Waterloo and Parramatta North, in association with our partners.
Landcom is the NSW Government’s land and property development organisation. We are a state owned corporation working in conjunction with the private sector to produce quality housing and communities that also delivers social and economic benefits to the people of New South Wales. Our role is to deliver on the NSW Government’s housing agenda, which is currently focused on housing supply, affordability and diversity. We aim to achieve this on strategic and complex residential projects on both vacant land and established sites. We use Government owned sites and our close working relationships with the private sector to deliver quality residential communities that demonstrate industry-leading sustainable urban development. This is directly aligned with our Sustainability Strategy and its four goals focused on social, environmental, accountable and economic sustainability.
Media, social media & publications
For all media enquiries please contact Media and External Communications Manager Adrian Kerr on 02 9216 5709 or email@example.com
The UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation Social Media Policy governs our engagement across our social channels.
Information on UrbanGrowth NSW’s Annual report and other publications can be found on the publications page
Government conduct, right to information
UrbanGrowth NSW recognises that fraud and corruption management is an integral part of good governance and management practice. UrbanGrowth NSW has a zero-tolerance stance on fraud and corruption and is committed to maintaining an organisational culture which will ensure that effective prevention of fraud and corruption is an integral part of all UrbanGrowth NSW activities, consistent with its Code of Conduct and the law. To report allegations of possible fraudulent or corrupt conduct, contact UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation's Right to Information Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
You can contact UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation's Right to Information Officer on 02 9216 5700 or email@example.com