The delivery of A Plan for Growing Sydney will bring together a range of important stakeholders including the NSW Government, local councils, industry and the community.
Sydney district planning will guide delivery of the Plan across the five Districts that form the metropolitan area.
Priorities for each District are set out in the Plan, along with further investigations that are needed to shape District Plans.
The boundaries for the Districts reflect the economic and community relationships between groupings of Local Government Areas.
The five Districts are:
|Western City||Central City||Eastern City||North||South|
|Blue Mountains||Blacktown||Bayside||Hornsby||Georges River|
|Camden||The Hills||Inner West||Lane Cove|
|City of Sydney||North Sydney|
A Plan for Growing Sydney includes a vision for Western Sydney that will secure the city’s productivity into the future – so that Western Sydney can meet its full potential, build strong centres and be an even greater place to live. Western Sydney will drive the future productivity of Sydney and NSW.
Investment in new transport infrastructure across Western Sydney, such as WestConnex, the North West Rail Link, Parramatta Light Rail and the upgrade of major roads around the Badgerys Creek Airport Precinct, will provide more opportunities to foster economic development and deliver more jobs closer to where people live.