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Tallawong Metro Station (formerly known as ‘Cudgegong Road Station’) is located 48 kilometres north-west of Sydney CBD, parallel to Schofields Road between Cudgegong Road and Tallawong Road. It is the first station on the new Sydney Metro North West rail line and will service The Ponds, Rouse Hill and surrounding areas.

 

Tallawong Station, including commuter car park, station plaza and forecourts was approved in 2012, as part of the staged Critical State Significant Infrastructure approval for the Sydney Metro North West Rail Link.

 

Landcom has submitted a concept proposal for Tallawong Station Precinct South.

 

The concept proposal seeks approval for a mixed-use precinct located within the suburb of Rouse Hill, south of the approved Tallawong Station, which includes:

  • maximum building envelopes for up to 16 buildings, including building heights up to 8 storeys, street-walls and setbacks
  • allocation of approximately 85,000m² residential and 9,000m² non-residential gross floor area
  • an indicative residential yield of 1,100 dwellings, including affordable housing
  • road layouts
  • landscape concept for public and private domain, including a 3,411m² central park
  • allocation of car parking and bicycle parking rates.

 

The Precinct is part of the North West Priority Growth Area.

 

Public exhibition of the proposal closed on 9 August 2018. The Department has received the Landcom’s Response to Submissions (RtS) document, which is now publicly available on our Major Projects website.

 

Artist impression of Tallawong Station Precinct South. Source: Landcom.

Artist impression of Tallawong Station Precinct South. Source: Landcom.

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Page last updated: 07/11/2018