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This year, for the first time, the Employment Lands Development Monitor (ELDM) covers the total stock and development status of all B5 Business Development, B6 Enterprise Corridor and B7 Business Park zoned land, in addition to all industrial zoned land, under the Standard Instrument Local Environmental Plans in the Sydney Metropolitan Area and Central Coast region.

This expanded focus recognises changes in the economy and the growing role of commercial and retail industries as employment generators.

 

It is proposed that the scope of future releases of the ELDM will be expanded to include other business zones that support employment‐generating uses.

At January 2016, there were 12,185 hectares of industrial zoned land (IN1 General Industrial, IN2 Light Industrial, IN3 Heavy Industrial and IN4 Working Waterfront), 952 hectares of B5 Business Development zoned land, 611 hectares of B6 Enterprise Corridor zoned land and 1,025 hectares of B7 Business Park zoned land in the Sydney Metropolitan Area.

 

Undeveloped and zoned land stock at January 2016 was:

 

  • 2,756 hectares of industrial zoned land
  • 209 hectares of B5 Business Development zoned land
  • 103 hectares of B6 Enterprise Corridor zoned land
  • 307 hectares of B7 Business Park zoned land.
Land Supply Monitor Map for the Sydney Metropolitan Area: 

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Land Supply Monitor Map for the Sydney Metropolitan Area 2016

At January 2016, there were 1,849 hectares of industrial zoned land (IN1 General Industrial, IN2 Light Industrial, IN3 Heavy Industrial and IN4 Working Waterfront), 86 hectares of B5 Business Development zoned land, 114 hectares of B6 Enterprise Corridor zoned land and 81 hectares of B7 Business Park zoned land in the Central Coast region.

 

Undeveloped land stock at January 2016:

  • 1,052 hectares of industrial zoned land
  • 10 hectares of B5 Business Development zoned land
  • 24 hectares of B6 Enterprise Corridor zoned land
  • 42 hectares of B7 Business Park zoned land.
Land Supply Monitor Map for the Central Coast Region:

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Land Supply Monitor Map for the Central Coast Region 2016
 


Page last updated: 02/02/2017