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The Sydenham to Bankstown corridor strategy


The Sydenham to Bankstown Urban Renewal Corridor Strategy plans for 35,400 new homes and 8,700 jobs over the next 20 years and infrastructure to support the future community’s needs.


The Strategy builds on the Sydney Metro City and Southwest project and provides a co-ordinated approach to infrastructure delivery and development across the corridor.

The station precincts are already great places to live and have their own unique qualities. This Strategy will enhance the precincts by:

  • valuing neighbourhood character
  • renewing town centres
  • providing improved open spaces
  • providing community services and facilities.


The initial draft Strategy was released in October 2015. This revised Strategy addresses the feedback received from public submissions, community workshops, meetings, and additional technical studies.


View the revised draft Strategy

We invite you to comment on the draft Sydenham to Bankstown Corridor Strategy until 3 September 2017.

Visit the Sydenham to Bankstown Community Consultation page to have your say.

Precinct plans

Want to know what is planned for your precinct? Use the map below to find out more. 

Strategy timeline

Year Process step
2015 Release draft Strategy and precinct plans for community feedback
2015 - 2016 Community engagement activities - workshops, information sessions etc.
2017 Release revised Corridor Strategy and precinct plans
2017 Community has their say on the revised Strategy and plans
2017 Release final Strategy
2018 - 2019 Short term actions and implementation
2020 - 2036 On-going actions, implementation and review