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Soon to benefit from the Parramatta Light Rail, we are planning a vibrant town centre in Camellia.

 

The Draft Camellia Town Centre Master Plan brings more open space, homes and commercial spaces to the area. These facilities will provide up to 5,000 new jobs, all within proximity of a light rail station.

 

Planning in the area will follow a collaborative approach. Council will lead the plan and we, along with Greater Sydney Commission, will provide support and guidance throughout the planning process.

 

Read the Draft Master Plan

What’s happened so far?

In 2018 we exhibited the draft Master Plan and supporting technical studies to the community for their feedback.

 

All of the exhibition documents and submissions are available on the Planning Portal.

 

In November 2019, the Greater Sydney Commission released The Place-based Infrastructure Compact (PIC)

 

The PIC is a strategic planning model that looks holistically at a place and how it can be planned to better align with growth.

 

The PIC suggests Camellia should be retained for urban services.

What’s happening next?

We will consider the PIC and make a final recommendation on planning for the Camellia Town Centre.

 

We will make sure to engage with the community once we release our final recommendation.

 

We will continue to support Greater Sydney Commission and the City of Parramatta Council in future planning for Camellia Town Centre.

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Page last updated: 23/09/2020