Our Governing Legislation
Established by the NSW Government in July 2011, Infrastructure NSW's responsibilities and independent decision-making authority are conferred by legislation under the Infrastructure NSW Act 2011.
Read the Infrastructure NSW Act 2011
Infrastructure NSW's responsibilities relating to the Restart NSW Fund are legislated under the Restart NSW Fund Act 2011.
Read the Restart NSW Fund Act 2011
On 1 July 2019, under the State Revenue and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2019, the assets, rights and liabilities of the UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation were transferred to Infrastructure NSW and Infrastructure NSW is taken to be a development corporation for the purposes of Part 3 and sections 27, 30, 32, 33 and 41 of the Growth Centres (Development Corporations) Act 1974. INSW is responsible for exercising development corporation functions in relation to the following growth centres:
- the land identified as a potential urban renewal precinct on the State Environmental Planning Policy (Urban Renewal) 2010 Granville Potential Precinct Map under State Environmental Planning Policy (Urban Renewal) 2010 as in force immediately before 1 July 2019
- the land identified by yellow shading on the map entitled “Cooks Cove Growth Centre”, dated 1 September 2020
- the land outlined in red on the map entitled “The Bays Growth Centre”, dated 1 September 2020
On 1 July 2019, under the State Revenue and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2019, Infrastructure NSW became responsible for statutory functions under the Barangaroo Act 2009.
Read the Barangaroo Act 2009