How Many Dwellings in a TOD Catchment?

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TOD SEPPThe recent NSW TOD SEPP aims to increase density within 400 metres of selected train stations across Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle, and Illawarra. The reforms allow for apartment buildings to reach at least 2.5:1 FSR and 22-24m building height in residential zones, regardless ...

NSW Planning Reform: TOD SEPP Gazetted

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The NSW Govt announced in December 2023 that a new SEPP would be written to encourage transport-oriented development (TOD) of higher-density homes around selected rail stations.The final details of this SEPP have now been announced and gazetted, so we can now better understand the precise ...

PropCode CDC chosen for AI Solutions Panel

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PropCode has some exciting news to share about our PropCode CDC tool, which has already proven valuable to architects and developers across the ind...

NSW Planning Reform: Dual Occupancies

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(posted on 27 Feb 2024)Among many different components in the recently announced NSW planning reforms, there are changes being proposed to both permissibility and lot eligibility for dual occupancies. These changes have not gotten as much attention as the higher density changes, but they h...

NSW Planning Reform: TOD SEPP

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(posted on 25 Jan 2024)The NSW Government has been making waves with big announcements about planning reform proposals in the last few months. We at PropCode are especially interested in these announcements as they give us a chance to show the power of technology to help rapidly understand...