The Carter Street Priority Precinct will provide more homes, jobs, better public spaces, shops and cafes with access to public transport, international sporting facilities and entertainment venues.
The rezoning for the Carter Street Priority Precinct was finalised in November 2015.
The final plans show how the industrial area in the Greater Parramatta to Olympic Park Priority Growth Area will be transformed into a vibrant community, with easy access to the M4 Motorway and the planned WestConnex.
The Department worked closely with Auburn City Council and the local community to finalise the rezoning for the Carter Street precinct.
The final report and plans take into consideration issues raised by the community and outline changes made to the plans.
The final plans feature:
Community feedback played an important part in helping to finalise the plans for the precinct.
Community consultation included:
During the exhibition period, 50 submissions were received. Key issues raised in the submissions related to:
The online survey reinforced the importance for public transport and education facilities.
The Precinct will benefit from significant Government infrastructure investment in transport.
The NSW Government has already announced a new eastbound ramp from Sydney Olympic Park to the M4 Motorway at Hill Road as part of WestConnex Stage One
There is also potential for a new westbound off-ramp from the M4 Motorway at Hill Road as part of WestConnex Stage One.
A voluntary planning agreement will see developers contribute $55 million to the construction of road upgrades, including the potential westbound off-ramp from the M4.
The precinct will also benefit from $5 million from the NSW Government’s Precinct Support Scheme which is to be directed towards the establishment of a cycleway and associated improvements to link the precinct to Lidcombe Station and the existing cycle network along the M4 Motorway.
The Department will monitor development in the precinct and work with other government agencies to coordinate infrastructure requirements to meet the needs of the precinct over time.
Page last updated: 15/01/2016