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Accessing Property NSW Information

To promote open, accountable, fair and effective government in NSW, members of the public have a right to access government information. This right is restricted only when there is an overriding public interest against disclosing the particular information.

How can I access Property NSW information?

Under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPAA), certain information is required by law to be available on our website, free of charge. This is called "open access information" and includes our policy document, disclosure log and register of government contracts.

More information on GIPAA can be accessed here.

Register of Government Contracts and Property Sales

The Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 requires all contracts (including property sales) over $150,000 that are entered into by the NSW Government with the private sector must be recorded in the register of government contracts.

Details must be entered in the register within 45 working days of the contract coming into effect.

Details must remain on the register for 20 working days, or until the contract is complete, whichever is longer.

The NSW Government's Register of Contracts (including property sales) can be accessed at the NSW Government tenders website via the below link:

 

Class of contract Description of subject matter of contract Name of supplier Business address of supplier Start date/term Contract type Estimated amount payable to contractor Contract provision relating to price variation Contract provision relating to renegotiation of contract
1 Surrender of lease Luna Park Sydney Pty Ltd 1 Olympic Drive Milsons Point 2061 7 July 2016 Deed of surrender of lease $3,200,000 excl gst No No

Register of Commercial Office space for Lease

To enquire about leasing opportunities detailed in this register please forward your enquiry with all your contact details to feedback@property.nsw.gov.au .

Disclaimer: The content of this register is intended to be for information only and is subject to change and onsite verification, Property NSW does not warrant the accuracy of the information. The rental stated is subject to contract and reflective of the current market conditions or the current rent for the premises in the case of premises leased by the government and available on a sub-lease. Any request to occupy Government property at below market rates will require NSW Treasury approval in accordance with Treasurer's Direction 469.01 (Sale or Lease of Government Assets).

Public Disclosure

The Property NSW Disclosure Log and Proactive Release Register are currently managed by Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI).

The Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) Disclosure Log and Proactive Release Register can be accessed via the following links:

Agency Information Guide

The Agency Information Guide summarises the functions and structure of Property NSW, and how those functions effect the public. The guide also outlines the type of information generated by Property NSW and how the public can access it.

PDF iconAgency Information Guide 2016