Help create the Western Parkland City

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It's time to talk about the infrastructure and services needed in the Western Parkland City.

Consultation period extension

We've extended the consultation period until Friday 26 February 2021 to give you more time to have your say on the plans for the Western Parkland City.

Homes and jobs need infrastructure and services

The new jobs and homes needed to support our growing city must be created in the right places, at the right time.Image showing the Western Parkland City area and the initial PIC area

Help us to answer the big questions

Join us to answer the questions that are critical for transforming the Western Parkland City area:

  • can existing infrastructure be extended or improved, or is new investment needed?
  • what will it cost and how it will be funded?
  • when can it be delivered?

Tell us what you think

We've made a model to help plan for growth in homes, jobs and business with infrastructure and services they need such as electricity, water, transport and green spaces.

To have your say, complete as many of the activities as you’d like.

Tip: Register so you don't need to write out your details every time you comment in a discussion or leave an idea.

Thank you for your feedback

This engagement closed on 1 March 2021. Thank you to participants for providing your input and ideas which we are currently reviewing.

It's time to talk about the infrastructure and services needed in the Western Parkland City.

Consultation period extension

We've extended the consultation period until Friday 26 February 2021 to give you more time to have your say on the plans for the Western Parkland City.

Homes and jobs need infrastructure and services

The new jobs and homes needed to support our growing city must be created in the right places, at the right time.Image showing the Western Parkland City area and the initial PIC area

Help us to answer the big questions

Join us to answer the questions that are critical for transforming the Western Parkland City area:

  • can existing infrastructure be extended or improved, or is new investment needed?
  • what will it cost and how it will be funded?
  • when can it be delivered?

Tell us what you think

We've made a model to help plan for growth in homes, jobs and business with infrastructure and services they need such as electricity, water, transport and green spaces.

To have your say, complete as many of the activities as you’d like.

Tip: Register so you don't need to write out your details every time you comment in a discussion or leave an idea.

Thank you for your feedback

This engagement closed on 1 March 2021. Thank you to participants for providing your input and ideas which we are currently reviewing.

  • What else is happening in the Western Parkland City?

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    20 Nov 2020

    Take a look at the articles below to see what else has been happening in the area and how you can get involved!

  • Outer Sydney Orbital Stage 2 corridor identification

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    20 Nov 2020

    Transport for NSW are looking at a future road between the Hume Motorway and Appin Road, as part of the Outer Sydney Orbital Stage 2. This will support new housing developments and provide communities with better transport connections. The two shortlisted corridor options are open for feedback until 14 December 2020. Visit www.transport.nsw.gov.au/corridors/oso2 for more information.

  • Aerotropolis Special Infrastructure Contribution Plan

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    20 Nov 2020

    The proposed Aerotropolis Special Infrastructure Contribution Plan has been developed by the NSW Government. This plan outlines how developer contributions will help fund the cost of important infrastructure in the Aerotropolis, like roads, public transport and open space. The Special Infrastructure Contribution Plan feedback period has been extended until 26 February 2021. Visit www.planning.nsw.gov.au/Plans-for-your-area/Infrastructure-funding/Special-Infrastructure-Contributions/Aerotropolis-SIC for more information.

  • Draft Precinct Plans

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    20 Nov 2020

    The NSW Government has developed draft plans for the Aerotropolis Core, Badgerys Creek, Wianamatta-South Creek, Agribusiness and Northern Gateway Precincts. These plans establish the vision for the area and will help to manage development in the Western Parkland City. The feedback period for the draft precinct plans has been extended until 26 February 2021. Visit www.planning.nsw.gov.au/Plans-for-your-area/Priority-Growth-Areas-and-Precincts/Western-Sydney-Aerotropolis/Have-your-say-on-the-precinct-plans for more information.

  • Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport EIS

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    20 Nov 2020

    Sydney Metro are working on a new metro line to service the Western Sydney Airport, which will open up strong transport connections for the Western Parkland City and support the growing community. Public exhibition of the Environmental Impact Statement for the Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport line recently concluded and the feedback provided during the exhibition will help inform its finalisation. Visit https://www.sydneymetro.info/westernsydneyairportline for more information.

  • Cumberland Plains Conservation Plan

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    20 Nov 2020

    The NSW Government has developed the Cumberland Plain Conservation Plan for Western Sydney to help meet the future community needs, while protecting threatened plants and animals in the long term. The Plan is one of the largest strategic conservation plans to be undertaken in Australia. It will ensure the sustainable growth of communities by the supporting the delivery of housing, jobs and infrastructure while delivering the greatest safeguards for Western Sydney’s natural environment over the long term. Public exhibition of the Plan recently concluded and the feedback provided during the exhibition will help inform its finalisation. Visit www.planning.nsw.gov.au/cumberlandplainconservationplan for more information.