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The Kellyville Station Precinct Proposal was developed with the vision to create “a green, vibrant and connected community.” Under the proposal, the precinct will be a more attractive place to live with new public spaces including a new town square opposite the station, new sports fields and neighbourhood parks, and more accessible natural spaces adjoining Elizabeth Macarthur Creek.


A draft plan was made available for community consultation from 7 December 2015 to 28 February 2016 and included:

  • areas for proposed rezoning including land use zones and maximum buildings heights
  • provision for improved public open space, improved connections for pedestrians and cyclists, and community facilities
  • infrastructure works to support the forecast population growth.


Part of these draft plans contemplated changes to part of Stanhope Gardens commonly known as the Newbury Estate. We received a number of submissions about this portion of the draft plan and in order to fully investigate these issues, the Department will need to carry out further studies.


As a result, the plans for Stanhope Gardens in their current format will not progress and we will not proceed with this component of the Kellyville Station Precinct Proposal until these additional studies are complete.


The Department will continue to engage with the community about the long term opportunities for Stanhope Gardens and no decision will be made without full and comprehensive community consultation.


The Kellyville Station Precinct is part of the Sydney Metro Northwest Priority Urban Renewal Corridor, which aims to create new centres around the Sydney Metro Northwest stations which will be great places to work, live and play.


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View the material that was exhibited

The exhibition period has now closed, however you can still view the material:


Exhibition Newsletter

Online survey 

As part of the Precinct Support Scheme, up to $5 million has been allocated to improving local infrastructure around the Kellyville station precinct.


An online survey was conducted throughout April and early May 2016 to get community feedback about how the council can use this money to improve the areas around the station. Results of the survey will be made public in late May 2016.  

Submissions received

The submissions received in response to the draft proposal can be viewed online at Kellyville precinct submissions.

What happens next?

The submissions received during the exhibition period will be assessed by the planning team and where appropriate, details in the plan may be amended. There may be a further exhibition if major changes are proposed.


The plan will then be finalised, and a recommendation will be prepared for the Minister for Planning to determine. 

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Page last updated: 08/05/2017