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In 1988 the Dept. of Environment and Planning split into the Dept. of Planning and the Office of the Minister for Environment. In 1995 the Dept. of Planning was renamed Dept. of Urban Affairs and Planning. In May 2003 the latter Dept. was incorporated into the Dept. of Infrastructure, Planning and Natural Resources. In Aug. 2005? the DIPNR split into the Dept. of Planning and the Dept. of Natural Resources. In July 2009, following major governmental restructure the Dept. of Planning retained the same name (but with "NSW Planning" as logo). Between 2005 and 2011, the department was known as the New South Wales Department of Planning. Following the 2011 state election, name was changed to Dept. of Planning and Infrastructure and the functions of the Department's heritage branch moved to the Office of Environment and Heritage. Works by these bodies are found under the name used at the time of publication

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by New South Wales. Department of Planning and Environment. Division of Resources and Geoscience
[Sydney] : Department of Planning and Environment, Division of Resources and Geoscience, [2018] , ©2018
MapMap [cartographic image, sheet]
 
 
by New South Wales. Department of Planning
Sydney : Dept. of Planning and Office of Energy, c1991
 
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