Why Sydney’s urban planning sprawl is just beginning

However, residential developments continue to mushroom on the city’s fringe, with Planning Minister Paul Scully approving 13,000 new homes for Appin earlier this month.

“We have a housing crisis. No one said we should have a single response to that problem,” he said. “We definitely can’t get there by having a strategy of simply going out. We must go up. But we also need houses, not only apartments. That means greenfield housing can’t stop completely.”

Property developer Stockland…

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