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The community is encouraged to have their say on the plans for a vibrant new setting in Wilton North supported by shops and community facilities and surrounded by green open space.


Department of Planning and Environment’s Deputy Secretary of Growth, Design and Programs, Brendan Nelson, urged the community to come along to information sessions and learn more about the latest plans for Wilton North and for the creation of a new town at Wilton.


“We are planning for Sydney’s future and are doing this in partnership with the community and councils. We highly value community feedback and I urge everyone to come along to view and give their opinion on the plans,” Mr Nelson said.


“We have worked closely with Wollondilly Shire Council, Transport for NSW, the Department of Education and other state agencies to plan for a thriving, well-connected community for the Wilton North Precinct


“These plans include great services like a local centre with plenty of open space encouraging an active, outdoor lifestyle with sporting fields walking and cycle ways.


“We’ve planned for a variety of housing types to accommodate a diverse population including new houses, terraces and townhouses that will be framed by around 380 hectares of environmentally-significant land that will be protected.”


Expert planners from the Department will be on hand to answer questions at two sessions:

  • On Saturday 3 February 2018 from 11am to 2pm at the Wollondilly Shire Hall, 62–64 Menangle Street, Picton; and
  • On Wednesday 7 February from 4pm to 7pm at the Wilton Public School, 11 Greenbridge Drive, Wilton.

    Representatives from the Department of Education will be attending the Wednesday information session.


    The draft plan for Wilton North has been on exhibition since November 24 and feedback is welcome until Sunday 18 February.

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