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New and upgraded infrastructure such as roads, substations and schools are planned.

The following infrastructure has been identified for delivery:

Infrastructure Strategy Transport

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Infrastructure Strategy Utilities

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Current projects

Item
C1 Sydney Metro Northwest The project is expected to be completed by 2019. Funding: $8.3 billion from the NSW Government.
C2 Public transport corridor between Rouse Hill and Marsden Park Reserve corridor for future public transportation between Cudgegong Road to Marsden Park Public.
C3 Richmond Road upgrade Stage 2 between Townson Road and Garfield Road West was completed in November 2016. Funding: $96 million from the Housing Acceleration Fund
C4 Schofields Road upgrade Stage 2 between Tallawong Rd and Veron Rd, is currently under construction. To be completed early 2017. Funding: $70 million from the Housing Acceleration Fund.

Infrastructure to 2026

Roads Measure
R1 Hambledon Road upgrade (Schofields Road to Burdekin Road/Stanhope Parkway)
R2 Boundary Road and part of Kensington Park Road (Schofields Road to McCulloch Street)
R3 Quakers Road
R4 Schofields Road Stage 3 (Richmond Road to Veron Road)
R5 Richmond Road Stage 3 (Bells Creek to South Creek floodplain)
R6 Hambledon Road North Extension – Oak Street – Clark Street Stage 1 (Schofields Road to Guntawong Road)
R7 Railway Terrace (Riverstone Road to Schofields Road)
R8 McCulloch Street upgrade (Kensington Park Road to 400m south of Garfield Road East)
R9 Hambledon Road North Extension – Clark Street/Oak Street extension Stage 2 (Guntawong Road to Garfield Road)
R10 Townson Road (Meadow Road to Burdekin Drive)
R11 Terry Road upgrade (Windsor Road to Mason Road)
R12 Bandon Road Extension (Chapman Road to Boundary Road via Commercial Road and Menin Road)
R13 Bandon Road
R14 Garfield Road
R15 Hambledon Road North Extension (Garfield Road to Windsor Road)
R16 Withers Road (Mile End Road to Annangrove Road)
R17 The Water Lane (Annangrove Road to Nelson Road)
R18 Nelson Road (Windsor Road to The Water Lane)
R19 New Shanes Park Road: Richmond Road to Glengarrie Road, Glengarrie Road to Stony Creek Road
R20 South Street West (Richmond and Glengarrie Road)
R21 Daniels Road Bus Only Link – Hollinsworth Road to Daniels Road (Rapid Bus Route)
R22 Stony Creek Road (New Shanes Park Road to Palmyra Avenue)
R23 Wallace Road (Deviation of Wallace Road to Riverstone Parade, including Hamilton Street)
R24 Glengarrie Road (South Street to Garfield Road West)
R25 Loftus Street (Windsor Road to Hamilton Street)
R26 Veron Road (Townson Road to Schofields Road)
R27 Quakers Hill Parkway (Quakers Road to Hambledon Road, 2x intersections only)
R28 Burdekin Road (Walker Street to Railway Terrace)
R29 Burdekin Road Rail Overpass

 

Utility Services to be accelerated
S1 South Marsden Park Zone Substation (SMP ZS)
S2 Riverstone East / Box Hill Zone Substation (RE/BH ZS)
S3 North Box Hill Zone Substation (NBH ZS)

 

Utility services requiring additional capacity
S4 Vineyard (West) Sewer Pump Station (SPS W)
S5 Vineyard (North) Sewer Pump Station (SPS E)
S6 Marsden Park North Sewer Pump Station (PAP C)
S7 Existing Sewer Pump Station pumping to North Kellyville (SPS 1139)
S8 Rouse Hill Waste Water Treatment Plant (RH WWTP)
S9 Marsden Park Zone Substation (MP ZS)

Infrastructure required beyond 2026 Transport Projects

Social Infrastructure
E1 Primary School at Schofields
E2 Primary School at Riverstone
E3 Primary School at Marsden Park
E4 Proposed School at Vineyard
E5 Proposed School at North Kellyville
H1 Land required to support Rouse Hill Health Service
T1 Outer Sydney Orbital
T2 Rail network

 

Utility services to be accelerated or delayed
S10 Schofields West Sewer Pump Station (SPS B)
S11 Marsden Park (West) Sewer Pump Station (SPS A)
S4 Vineyard (West) Sewer Pump Station (SPS W)
S5 Vineyard (North) Sewer Pump Station (SPS E)

 

Utility services requiring additional capacity
S14 Existing Vineyard (East) Sewer Pump Station (SPS 1154)
S15 Marsden Park North Sewer Pump Station (PAP G)
S10 Schofields West Sewer Pump Station (SPS B)
S16 Marsden Park Industrial Sewer Pump Station (PAP F/1160)
S11 Marsden Park (West) Sewer Pump Station (SPS A)
S17 Existing Sewer Pump Station pumping to North Kellyville (SPS 1022)
S18 Existing Sewer Pump Station pumping to North Kellyville (SPS 1107)
S19 Existing Sewer Pump Station pumping to Riverstone West (SPS 0564)
S20 Riverstone Waste Water Treatment Plant (RIV WWTP)
S21 Riverstone Zone Substation (RIV ZS)
S2 Riverstone East / Box Hill Zone Substation RE/BH ZS)
S3 North Box Hill Zone Substation NBH (ZS)
S22 Mungerie Park Zone Substation (MUP ZS)
S23 Schofields Zone Substation (SCH ZS)

Coordination of Infrastructure

Grants to councils

$184.9 million in funding under the Local Infrastructure Growth Scheme has been provided to councils to help keep housing affordable and to fund local infrastructure plans.

Infrastructure has been funded through the Housing Acceleration Fund, with $475 million provided to support over 160,000 homes and 1,200 hectares of employment land. In the North West Growth Area this funding support has included:

  • $54 million for trunk sewer and waste water lead-ins in Riverstone and North Kellyville Precincts
  • $70 million for Stages 2 and 3 of the Schofields Road upgrade
  • $96 million for Stage 2 of Richmond Road upgrade.

We are working with infrastructure agencies and councils to identify projects that could be funded with the $400 million that was announced in 2015-16 State Budget.

 

Special Infrastructure Contribution (SIC)

A Special Infrastructure Contribution (SIC) will be used to help fund regional infrastructure, biodiversity and affordable housing.

 

We are reviewing the existing Western Sydney SIC to ensure that the items listed and the timing for these works reflect the current priorities and housing supply forecasts, established by this Implementation Plan. We will consult on any changes to the Western Sydney SIC before changes are made.

 

To date, $76.628 million has been collected through SIC funding, which has helped to fund road upgrades and deliver infrastructure in the area. Over $18 million of this has been spent on protecting bushland within the Cumberland Plain. 

 

 

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Special Infrastructure Contribution Western Sydney Growth Areas – Special Contributions Area (PDF, 93 KB)