Legislative Council Standing Committee on State Development
The Standing Committee on State Development is a current standing committee of the Legislative Council, established 9 June 1988, re-established 9 May 2011.
The Standing Committee on State Development was first established in the 49th Parliament by resolution of the House of 9 June 1988. The Committee was reappointed in each of the subsequent Parliaments, most recently, on 9 May 2011 for the current 55th Parliament.
Under the resolution the functions of the State Development Committee are to inquire into and report on matters concerned with policy directions to ensure that opportunities for sound growth and wise development are pursued for the benefit of people in all areas of New South Wales.
Key areas of concern are: issues concerned with state, local and regional development in New South Wales, and matters concerned with planning, infrastructure, finance, industry, the environment, primary industry, natural resources, science, local government, emergency services and public administration.
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Inquiries (click to show)
During the current parliament, the following inquiries have been undertaken by the committee:
Records of 22 earlier inquiries conducted by the committee are also available online.
Submissions invited (click to show)
The committee is not actively receiving submissions at present. Past submissions may be available under the relevant inquiry.
Reports and government responses (click to show)
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Postal address (click to show)
Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Terms of Reference establishing Committee (click to show)
Resolution passed 9 May 2011, Minutes No 5, Item 11