Property NSW

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Property NSW
Statutory authority overview
Formed1 September 2015
Preceding agencies
JurisdictionNew South Wales
HeadquartersLevel 4, 66 Harrington Street, The Rocks, Sydney[1]
Minister responsible
Statutory authority executive
  • Brett Newman,
    Chief Executive Officer, Property NSW
Parent departmentDepartment of Finance, Services and Innovation
Key documents
  • Government Property NSW Act 2006
  • Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority Act 1998
  • Teacher Housing Authority Act 1975
  • Waste Recycling and Processing Corporation (Authorised Transaction) Act 2010

Property NSW is a statutory body of the Government of New South Wales that manages the State's significant property portfolio and its places. Formed on 1 September 2015, Property NSW encompasses the entities of the former Government Property NSW (GPNSW), the former Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (SHFA), Teacher Housing Authority of NSW (THA) and Waste Assets Management Corporation (WAMC).[1]

Services provided by Property NSW include:[2]

  • leading property reform
  • active portfolio and asset management
  • delivering transactions and major projects
  • place making and heritage conservation, and
  • valuation services

The authority is led by Deputy Director-General, presently Brett Newman, who reports to the Director General of the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation, presently Martin Hoffman, who reports to the Minister for Finance, Services and Property, presently the Honourable Victor Dominello MP.


  1. ^ a b "Property NSW". Services NSW: NSW Government Directory. Government of New South Wales. 2018. Retrieved 5 November 2018.
  2. ^ "About us". Property NSW, Department of Finance, Services and Innovation. Government of New South Wales. Retrieved 6 November 2018.

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