Posted: 2:07 pm on 5th June 2014

money-airDealing with the NSW planning authorities might well be at the top of any renovator’s list of nightmares.

But fear not: The NSW government knows there is a problem and is working on a reform agenda.

Not the same reform agenda that successive NSW governments have been tinkering with since at least 2003.

This one is very different.

And to show how serious this government is about delivering on the promise of reform, they’ve signed a $306,900 contract to get the ball rolling.

Sort of.

See, the contract is not about the delivery of the Planning Reform Agenda.

Neither is it for help from an existing Program Management Office to assist the delivery of the Planning Reform Agenda.

It is not even for the establishment of a new Program Management Office to assist the delivery of the Planning Reform Agenda.

The $306,900 contract is for a “roadmap” for the establishment of a new Program Management Office to assist the delivery of the Planning Reform Agenda.

WasteWatch can’t wait to see what the costs are for actually doing anything about the Planning Reform Agenda.

William Shrubb, Research Assistant

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