• From City of Sydney City banners - active

    City banners are a highly effective advertising medium to promote festivals, sporting, retail, arts, charity, business and cultural events.View the interactive map.More...
  • From City of Sydney City banners - inactive

    City banners are a highly effective advertising medium to promote festivals, sporting, retail, arts, charity, business and cultural events.View the interactive map.More...
  • From City of Sydney 2017 Floor space and employment survey block data

    Data collected from the 2017 Floor space and employment survey. Showing employment, internal floor area and number of businesses by block in the Local Government Area. The 2017...
  • From City of Sydney Planning controls

    Our plans and policies provide an urban planning framework for development and conservation with the City of Sydney local area.Visit the interactive mapMore information on...
  • From OpenGov Weekly Market and Economic Roundup

    This Roundup covers critical economic data and publications used by NSW Treasury for monitoring and analysis.
  • From OpenGov Weekly Market and Economics Roundup For the week ended 20 September, 2013

    This Roundup covers critical economic data and publications used by NSW Treasury for monitoring and analysis
  • From OpenGov Weekly Market and Economics Roundup For the week ended 13 December 2013

    This Roundup covers critical economic data and publications used by NSW Treasury for monitoring and analysis.
  • From City of Sydney Night-time precincts

    Precincts identified as central to the City’s night-time economy and life.More information on the City's night-time economy
  • From City of Sydney City banners

    City banners are a highly effective advertising medium to promote festivals, sporting, retail, arts, charity, business and cultural events.View the interactive map.More...
  • From City of Sydney 2017 Floor space and employment survey employment zone data

    Data collected from the 2017 Floor space and employment survey. Showing employment, internal floor area and number of businesses by employment zone in the Local Government Area....
  • From City of Sydney 2012 Floor space and employment survey block data

    Data collected from the 2012 Floor space and employment survey. Showing employment, internal floor area and number of businesses by block in the Local Government Area. The 2017...
  • From City of Sydney 2007 Floor space and employment survey block data

    Data collected from the 2007 Floor Space and Employment survey showing employment, internal floor area and number of businesses by block in the LGA.The 2017 floor space and...
  • From City of Sydney Filming permits issued

    For more details about the application process and pre-requisite information for submissions to be valid, please refer to the document filming and photography on City of Sydney...
  • From City of Sydney Hoardings charge zones

    Before hoardings and scaffolding can be erected on a public road and/or footpath, you must obtain approval from the City. Different fee rates apply to installations inside and...
  • From City of Sydney Free 15 minute parking

    We have introduced free 15-minute ticket parking zones in the retail areas of village main streets outside the city centre. The trial of free 15-minute ticket parking covers the...
  • From City of Sydney Planning consent authorities

    The City of Sydney is the consent authority except as required by the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979. The Planning Minister is the consent authority for state...
  • From City of Sydney Business rate category

    All rateable land within the local area is categorised as either residential or business. The City determines the category of your property based on its dominant use. There are...
  • From City of Sydney FES Industry of occupation

    The floor space and employment survey collects data on all businesses, floor space uses and employment numbers for every building or property in the City of Sydney local area...
  • From OpenGov Weekly Economic Calendar For the week commencing 29 July 2013

    Weekly Economic Calendar shows future release dates of key economic data and publications used by NSW Treasury for monitoring and analysis.
  • From OpenGov 20130805 Weekly Economic Calendar

    This Calendar shows future release dates of key economic data and publications used by NSW Treasury for monitoring and analysis.
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