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Introduction

We are working with local councils, agencies and communities to help provide new homes in the south west of Sydney that are close to jobs, parks, schools and services.

Overview

The Department worked closely with Camden, Campbelltown and Liverpool City Council, stakeholders and the community to take a coordinated approach to planning for new homes and essential infrastructure, to help meet community needs in East Leppington.

Releasing land for housing means Sydneysiders will have access to a range of homes that suit different needs, budgets and lifestyle choices.  It also helps to place downward pressure on housing prices. 

The new revitalised community at East Leppington will benefit from up to 4,450 new homes and the delivery of local amenities close to transport options, including:
  • A new local centre and village centre 
  • 26 hectares of open space and recreation areas 
  • new primary school and community centre 
  • retention of Scenic Hills area 
  • upgrades to major roads, including Camden Valley Way and Denham Court Road 
  • Leppington House archaeological site protected as a local park 
  • protection of Existing Native Vegetation, Cumberland Plain Woodland and a threatened species. 
  • improved connections to encourage walking and cycling.
East Leppington will benefit from its close proximity to the new Leppington Station and proposed Leppington Major Centre, which will provide access to jobs, shopping, entertainment, community and government services.

Priority Growth Area

East Leppington is located within three local government areas – Campbelltown, Liverpool and Camden, in the South West Priority Growth Area

Precinct plan 

East Leppington was rezoned for urban development in two stages

 

Following extensive consultation, the draft plan for East Leppington (Liverpool Part) was finalised in August 2014, while the Camden and Campbelltown Part Precinct was finalised in March 2013.

 

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For more information about zoning and current planning controls please contact the relevant Council.

Page last updated: 10/04/2017