Government Property NSW Act 2006
Property NSW operates under the following principal legislation:
Premier's Memorandum 2012-20
The Government has adopted new property principles and has made changes to the name and activities of the State Property Authority (SPA) as part of putting them into practise. The new name of the State Property Authority is Government Property NSW, effective from 12 December 2012. Government Property NSW was re-branded as Property NSW in July 2016.
The requirements outlined in this Memorandum and the attached Government Property Principles apply immediately to all General Government Sector agencies and Public Trading Enterprises (excluding State Owned Corporations). Share holding Ministers and Boards of State Owned Corporations are encouraged to use the services of Property NSW where their organisations do not have the necessary in-house expertise.
The full memorandum can be accessed via the following link:
Property Asset Utilisation Taskforce (PAUT)
The Property Asset Utilisation Taskforce (PAUT) was established to identify and make recommendations about capturing efficiencies in the NSW Government’s ownership, utilisation and management of its owned and leased property portfolio. The PAUT delivered their report to Cabinet in November 2012.
The full report can be accessed via the following link: