The Association proactively seeks out opportunities to voice the concerns of the profession in relation to proposed state or national legislation changes.  The aim is to guide policy changes to impact the profession in a positive way.  This this achieved through formal and informal submissions to government and industry inquiries each year, presenting the case for the industry. Below is a list of submissions from ACS NSW, with some of these presented under the Consulting Surveyors National banner.

ACS NSW provided a submission to the Australian Honours and Awards Secretariat last year regarding the nomination of Robert Gordon Harrison (Bob) to be considered for an award within the Order of Australia. read more » 
Consulting Surveyors National provided a submission to outline feedback on the proposed Telecommunications (Fibre-ready facilities - Exempt Real Estate Development Projects) Instrument 2016. read more » 
This submission is in response to the NSW Government's proposed Regional Planning Act. read more » 
A letter from the ACS NSW Chairman requesting Essential Energy to review their current endorsement procedures read more » 
This submission responds to the proposed Strata Schemes Development Bill review in 2015. read more » 
This submission discusses the necessary inclusion of Surveyors on the National Needs Skills List to reduce the impact of critical skills shortages. read more » 
This submission outlines ACS NSW’s support of the proposed reforms set out in Elements 1.1 to 1.42 of the Community Position Paper read more » 
Submission by Consulting Surveyors National on behalf of the Institution of Surveyors highlighting the skill shortage issue within the profession. read more » 
The submission from ACS NSW outlines some of the limitations of the current biodiversity assessment system. read more » 
ACS NSW’s submission to address issues regarding the proposed draft RFS 10/50 Code. read more » 
Prepared by Consulting Surveryors National, in conjunction with ACS NSW, this submission outlines the industry’s concerns with some of the concepts / terminology / context within the Consultation Document for Cadastral reform. read more » 
This submission made by ACS NSW outlines the belief that the proposed changes to Basix will have unwarranted and a poorly-timed cost increase to new housing that the market cannot afford. read more » 
In conjunction with ACS NSW, this submission from Consulting Surveyors National responds to the Terms of Reference for the Senate TAFE enquiry read more » 
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