As NSW’s leading business organisation, Sydney Business Chamber frequently provides statements and the views of the business community on important policy issues.
Sydney Business Chamber maintains a record of statements made by the Chamber on behalf of the Sydney business community.
Walsh Bay Precinct in Demand
22 May 2015
The Sydney Business Chamber has described the planning approval of the Walsh Bay concept plan as an important step to the realisation of Walsh Bay as Sydney’s newest Arts precinct.
What Will The Western Sydney Airport Really Look Like?
16 April 2015
The Sydney Business Chamber, the leading advocate for the Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek, will bring together international and local aviation and planning experts, at the first ever symposium on how Sydney’s second airport will work and how it can transform the city.
Investment in Sydney Airport Pays Off
09 April 2015
The Sydney Business Chamber, which advocates for Sydney as a competitive global city, said the latest ACCC airport monitoring report 2013-14 has acknowledged the major improvements Sydney Airport has made, during its continuous improvement program of its airport facilities including terminals and the airfield.
Barangaroo South fulfilling its potential
06 March 2015
The latest modification to the Barangaroo South Concept Plan shows that the creation of a major new business hub in Sydney, within a precinct that will have significant public access and world-class residential space, is one step closer to being realised.
Boxing Day Trading to Boost Sydney’s West
02 March 2015
The Sydney Business Chamber has described the New South Wales Government’s election promise to allow Western Sydney businesses the option to trade on Boxing Day as a win for business and the community.
Time to Close the Cultural Funding Gap
26 February 2015
A new report revealing the huge disparity in arts funding between East and West Sydney has called on the next New South Wales government to relocate the Powerhouse Museum to Western Sydney and commit $300 million in funding for cultural infrastructure in the region.
Labor’s Infrastructure Plan Falls Short
19 February 2015
The Sydney Business Chamber says the decision by Labor not to support the leasing of the State’s poles and wires, would leave NSW well short of the funds needed to address the congestion challenges facing Sydney.