Sydney’s population, along with the need for housing and infrastructure continues to grow. The Department has identified areas which have good access to existing or planned public transport connections and are suitable for new homes and jobs.
We have been working with local councils and the community to ensure our neighbourhoods have the necessary infrastructure; including schools, parks, transport, hospitals and roads.
Our plans are supported by detailed analysis of required infrastructure to ensure Sydney continues to be a great place to call home.
Burwood, Strathfield and Homebush Planned Precinct
Burwood, Strathfield and Homebush are great places to live with their own unique qualities. They have good examples of heritage architecture and access to open space, recreational facilities, restaurants, business and shopping districts.
Epping and Macquarie Park Urban Renewal Area
We’re working to create communities that have good access to parks, schools, shops and cafes, and community services around Epping and Macquarie Park.
Greater Macarthur Growth Area
We are working on plans for new homes, jobs, parks and services for the surrounding communities.
Greater Parramatta Growth Area
Greater Parramatta is fast emerging as the centre of Sydney and will experience significant growth and change over the next 20 years. To plan for this growth, we have worked closely with the City of Parramatta and Greater Sydney Commission to develop an Interim Land Use and Infrastructure Implementation Plan.
We want to create a vibrant, attractive and well-connected community in Ingleside, where people can live and work with good access to public transport, community facilities, open spaces, shops and cafes.
North West Growth Area
Sydney’s North West is becoming an increasingly popular place to live. Our Land Use and Infrastructure Implementation Plan (the Implementation Plan) outlines how we’re planning for more homes, jobs and essential services in the North West Growth Area.
North Wilton has now been rezoned and will become a vibrant new bushland community with a new school, local jobs, local town centre and lakeside community hub.
Schofields Town Centre
With its diverse community and growing variety of housing types, Schofields Town Centre is located approximately 35km northwest of the Sydney CBD and is well serviced by public transport.
South East Wilton
We want to create thriving, attractive and well-connected communities, where people can live and work with good access to public transport, community facilities, open spaces, shops and cafes.
St Leonards and Crows Nest Station Precinct
Located five kilometres north-west of the Sydney CBD, the precinct includes the suburbs of St Leonards, Greenwich, Naremburn, Wollstonecraft, Crows Nest and Artarmon.
Sydenham to Bankstown Urban Renewal Corridor
The Sydenham to Bankstown Urban Renewal Strategy provides a planned approach to growth with infrastructure delivery and development co-ordinated along the corridor.
The station precincts are already great places to live, and each has its own unique qualities.
Sydney Metro Northwest Urban Renewal Corridor
Three new master planned communities in Sydney's northwest, on the doorstep of new world class public transport, with new and improved open space, new schools, local jobs, new town squares and pedestrian and cycling connections.
West Schofields is a new precinct planned for Sydney’s North West Growth Area. It is approximately 5 kilometres from Schofields town centre and 10 kilometres from Blacktown CBD.
Western Sydney Aerotropolis
The NSW Government is investigating opportunities to create a vibrant new community centred on one of Australia's most transformational infrastructure projects – the new Western Sydney Aerotropolis.
We are working with Wollondilly Council, state agencies and the community to plan and create a new town at Wilton, which in 2040 is a place where families are thriving and businesses flourishing. The town will have grown sustainably with a strong natural environment and jobs will leverage the town's location and distance to Wollongong and the new Western Sydney Airport.