Wollondilly Council accuses NSW government of 'ramming' through housing expansion

ABC Illawarra / By Kelly Fuller

8 December 2022

Key points:

  • This week the NSW government promised to "throw everything" at fast-tracking the supply of 70,000 new homes in western Sydney
  • Wollondilly Council has slammed changes to the growth plan, calling out failures to ensure basic infrastructure is in place before the homes are built
  • The National Growth Area Alliance says, like many governments, NSW is creating affordable homes in areas where the lifestyle will be unaffordable

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