Australia: Bill replacing special infrastructure contribution system passes lower house (New South Wales)
A housing growth support bill that would replace special infrastructure contribution system passed in lower house
Bill replacing special infrastructure contribution system passes lower house
The New South Wales legislative assembly passed a housing growth support bill that would replace the special infrastructure contribution system with a new broad-based charge called the housing and productivity contribution.
The new scheme would not affect the local infrastructure contributions currently paid to councils and is intended to become effective 1 October 2023.
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