Location and funding of successful projects
The NSW Government has invested approximately $21.1 million to kick start nearly $571 million worth of essential infrastructure to support growing communities across metropolitan and regional NSW.
Round 3 successful councils and projects:
- Camden Council: Redevelopment of the council depot
- City of Canada Bay Council: Redevelopment of Concord Oval
- Cessnock City Council: Cessnock Civic Revitalisation Project
- Forbes Shire Council: Edward Street Subdivision Project
- Greater Hume Shire Council: Culcairn residential subdivision
- Griffith City Council: Griffith Affordable Housing
- Ku-Ring-Gai Council: St Ives Indoor Sports Centre
- Lane Cove Council: Sport and recreation facility
- Liverpool City Council: Library and a Child Care Centre
- Orange City Council: Southern Feeder Road
- Shoalhaven City Council: Lead-in roads and cycleway
- Shoalhaven City Council: Roads, drainage and Passive Recreation Infrastructure
- Shoalhaven City Council: Boongaree Park
You can view more details in the full list of full list of LCLI Round 3 successful projects in NSW (PDF, 96 KB)
Round 2 successful councils and projects:
Albury City Council: Thurgoona Link Road
- Berrigan Shire Council: Barooga water treatment plant and Lewis Crescent
- Griffith City Council: CBD precinct
- Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council: Ellerton Drive
- Wagga Wagga City Council: Infrastructure, recreation and utilities projects.
For more information, you can view more details in the full list of LCLI Round 2 successful projects in NSW (PDF, 69 KB).
Round 1 successful councils are located across NSW:
- Riverina Murray: Albury City Council, Griffith City Council, Wagga Wagga City Council
- Central West and Orana: Blayney Shire Council, Mid-Western Regional Council
- Metropolitan Sydney: Cumberland Council, Hawkesbury City Council, Liverpool City Council
- Illawarra-Shoalhaven: Shoalhaven City Council
- South East and Tablelands: Yass Valley Council.
You can also view more details in the full list of LCLI Round 1 successful projects in NSW (PDF, 71 KB)
For more detailed information about the initiative, you can view:
Page last updated: 29/04/2021