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Archistar selected for the NSW Government’s AI Solutions Panel to Revolutionise Local Development Applications

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For Immediate Release

May 3rd, 2024

Archistar selected for the NSW Government’s AI Solutions Panel to Revolutionise Local Development Applications

Sydney, Australia — Archistar, a leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) driven design and planning solutions, is proud to announce its selection to the NSW Government’s AI Solutions Panel. This inclusion comes as a result of a competitive open tender process facilitated by the NSW Department of Planning, Housing and Infrastructure, highlighting Archistar's commitment to excellence and innovation in the field of AI-enhanced urban planning.

The AI Solutions Panel is an initiative by the NSW Government designed as a centralised hub for robust and mature AI products. These solutions are made available to councils across the state to help streamline and improve their development assessment workflows. Archistar’s selection reflects its proven expertise and the reliability of its advanced AI technologies tailored for the urban development / housing sector.

With a strategic focus on the pre-lodgement stage of local development applications, Archistar aims to transform the initial phases of council planning processes. This stage is crucial for setting the tone and efficiency of the entire application process, and by implementing AI solutions, Archistar will assist councils in becoming more efficient and responsive to developmental needs.

Key Benefits of Archistar’s AI Solutions:

  • Efficiency Gains for Council Staff: By automating routine tasks and reducing manual workloads, council staff can focus on more strategic activities, leading to faster and more effective service delivery.

  • Improved Information Access for Applicants: Archistar’s technology ensures that developers and applicants have easier access to necessary information, making the application process smoother and more transparent.

  • Faster Decision Making: With AI-driven analytics and insights, councils can make quicker, more informed decisions, thereby accelerating the development process and improving outcomes for communities.

“We are thrilled to be a part of the NSW Government’s AI Solutions Panel and are eager to collaborate with councils throughout the state,” said Dr. Benjamin Coorey, CEO of Archistar. 

“Our goal is to make urban development more accessible, predictable, and efficient, and this opportunity allows us to extend our innovative solutions to more stakeholders in the urban planning ecosystem.”

All NSW councils can now initiate procurement of Archistar’s product solutions directly through the AI Solutions Panel, ensuring that they have immediate access to the tools needed to enhance their operations.

As Archistar looks forward to working closely with various councils through the AI Solutions Panel, it remains dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what is possible in urban development and planning through AI technology. This selection signifies an exciting step forward in the digital transformation of local government services across New South Wales.

Councils can register their interest at

About Archistar:

Archistar is a technology company that uses artificial intelligence to transform urban development and planning processes. With a suite of innovative tools, Archistar supports developers, architects, and government planners in creating optimal designs that comply with local regulations effortlessly. Based in Sydney, Australia, Archistar’s mission is to empower the creation of better urban environments through intelligent technology solutions.


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