The Department of Planning and Environment is seeking the community’s feedback on the Tallawong Station Precinct South, to be built as part of the new Sydney Metro North-West.
Tallawong Metro Station is the first station on the rail line and will feature a commuter car park with 1000 spaces, storage for 55 bicycles, and a station plaza and forecourts, which was approved in 2012 as part of the staged Critical State Significant Infrastructure approval for the Sydney Metro North West Rail Link.
Landcom is seeking concept approval for the Tallawong Station Precinct South site, which is a State Significant Development.
The concept plan proposes to build a mixed-use precinct of up to 16 buildings which will vary in height between two and eight storeys. The concept plan also features public and private open space, allocated car and bicycle parking, and parkland areas.
The Department’s Executive Director for Key Sites & Industry Assessments, Anthea Sargeant, said the concept plan will go on public exhibition from July 12 to August 9, 2018.
“This is an opportunity for the public to have their say on important design aspects of the station precinct such as density, land uses, building heights, and open space,” Ms Sargeant said.
“The precinct is also part of the booming North West Priority Growth Area, which is intended to provide substantial land release areas for housing and jobs in Sydney’s emerging Northwest.”
The Department welcomes feedback from the community and other stakeholders during the public exhibition period.
This feedback will help planning authorities prepare a detailed project assessment which includes community concerns and preferences for the Precinct. The Department will collate public submissions following the exhibition period and publish them on the Department of Planning and Environment's Major Projects website.
For more information visit Have Your Say at the NSW Government website.
To make a submission visit Sydney Metro - Tallawong Station Precinct South (formerly Cudgegong Road Station) at the Major Projects website.
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