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Key infrastructure needs for the Glenfield to Macarthur Corridor have been identified in consultation with government agencies and utility providers. The Government is investigating the creation of a Special Infrastructure Contributions (SIC) scheme to fund new infrastructure. The SIC will create a framework for developers to share the costs and allows Government to coordinate delivery of major new transport and community infrastructure. The SIC will complement Council’s own infrastructure planning and development contributions planning (through a ‘Section 7.11’ Plan or planning agreements).

Land Release precincts 

The table below lists infrastructure projects that have been identified to support the six precincts in the Glenfield to Macarthur Corridor. At this stage, it does not include the Glenfield Precinct or the land release areas of the Greater Macarthur Priority Growth Area.

WHAT IS PLANNED?

WHO IS PLANNING IT?

WHEN WILL IT BE DELIVERED?

WHO WILL FUND IT?

North south transport corridor with public transport RMS/ DPE/TfNSW

In stages in line with precinct release

Land provided through SIC
Upgrade Appin Road to ultimately three lanes in each direction RMS

In stages in line with precinct release

SIC, Housing Acceleration Fund (HAF), RMS
Spring Farm Parkway connection to M31 Motorway and Menangle Park RMS Stage 1 in line with first stages of Menangle Park
SIC and HAF

Spring Farm Parkway connection to Liz Kernohan Drive

RMS In line with development of Glenlee
SIC
Spring Farm Parkway from M31 to Appin Road RMS In line with development of precincts
SIC
Link Road between M31 and Appin Road within Gilead South (Link Road A) RMS

With development of South Gilead precinct

SIC
Link Road between Menangle Road and Appin Road (Mt Gilead North sub-arterial road) RMS In line with development of Gilead precinct
SIC
Link Road between M31 and Appin Road in Appin (Macquariedale road) RMS With development of Appin after route of OSO stage 2 is determined SIC
West Appin sub-arterial road (Link B) RMS In line with development of precincts SIC
Mount Gilead South sub-arterial road RMS
In line with development of precincts SIC
Bypass of Appin village RMS In line with development of Appin NSW Government
Widening of Menangle Road RMS In line with development of Menangle Park NSW Government and SIC
Cycleways along Spring Farm Parkway, Apping Road, Menangle Road and Macquariedale Road RMS In line with development of precincts SIC
Other cycleways Councils
In line with development of precincts Section 7.11 contributions

New primary schools and secondaryschools

Department of Education In line with development of precincts SIC
Police facilities NSW Justice In line with development of precincts Land provided through SIC and
capital cost and recurrent funding
by NSW Government
 
Fire station facilities NSW Fire and Rescue In line with development of precincts Land provided through SIC and
capital cost and recurrent funding
by NSW Government
 
Integrated health hubs NSW Health In line with development of precincts Land provided through SIC and
capital cost and recurrent funding
by NSW Government
 
Multipurpose community centres
 
Councils In line with development of precincts Section 7.11 contributions
Local open space Developers and councils In line with development of precincts
Section 7.11 contributions
Regional open space and conservation reserves DPE Acquisition in stages SIC and NSW government

Macquarie Fields

What is Planned?

Who is Planning it?

When will it be delivered?

Who will fund it?

Increased rail services to meet the precinct's growth. Transport for NSW

Train service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW. The stopping patterns and level of service will be matched to the growth of the precinct.

Transport for NSW
Investigate ways to make the local bus network more direct and better connected. Transport for NSW

Bus service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW and RMS. Detailed planning for a new suburban bus route to be based.

Transport for NSW
New regional cycle routes near the railway line for better connections to the station and surrounding area. Transport for NSW To be determined as precinct develops. Transport for NSW

Local cycle network improvements, including;

  • Victoria Road, Saywell Road, Parliament Road, through Macquarie Links Golf Course.
Council To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan/VPA
Streetscape works, such as footpath improvements, pedestrian crossings and refuges, street tree planting, bicycle storage facilities and lighting. Council To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
New local road over Redfern Creek to connect Railway Parade and Victoria Road. Council/developer

To be confirmed.

Further transport investigations to be undertaken as the precinct develop.

Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Additional learning spaces and infrastructure for primary and high schools. Department of Education To be determined as precinct develops. Delivered as part of DoE’s School Cluster Asset Plan
Potential expansion of the Macquarie Fields Leisure Centre into a regional aquatic facility for south west Sydney. Council/developer To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of VPA

 

Ingleburn

What is Planned?

Who is Planning it?

When will it be delivered?

Who will fund it?

Increased rail services to meet the needs of the precinct’s growth. Transport for NSW

Train service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW.

The stopping patterns and level of service will be matched to the growth and function of each precinct.

Transport for NSW
Investigate ways to make the local bus network more direct and better connected. Transport for NSW

Bus service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW and RMS.

Detailed planning for a new suburban bus route to be investigated based on development in the area.

Transport for NSW
Two additional kiss and ride facilities at Ingleburn station.

Transport for NSW

/Council

To be determined as precinct develops.
Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
New regional cycle routes near the railway line for better connections to the station and surrounding area. Transport for NSW To be determined as precinct develops Transport for NSW

Series of local cycle network improvements, including;

  • Stanley Road, Devon Road, Aero Road and Broadhurst Road to the west of the railway line
  • Norfolk Street and Cumberland Road to the east of the railway line.
Council To be determined as precinct develops.
Transport for NSW
Streetscape works, such as footpath improvements, pedestrian crossings and refuges, street tree planting, bicycle storage facilities and lighting Council To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Potential connection of Devon Road and Chester Road over rail line. TfNSW / Council / developer Further transport investigations to be undertaken as the precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Potential new local road on the western side of the rail line, connecting Ingleburn and Minto Industrial precincts. Council Further local road network investigation to be undertaken by Council as the precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Additional learning spaces and infrastructure for primary and high schools. Department of Education To be determined as precinct develops. Delivered as part of DoE’s School Cluster Asset Plan
Medium to longer term integration and expansion of Greg Percival Library and community centre to create a contemporary multi-purpose facility. Council/ developer To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Embellishment works at Memorial Oval. Council/ developer To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA

 

Minto

What is Planned?

Who is Planning it?

When will it be delivered?

Who will fund it?

Increased rail services to meet the precinct’s growth. Transport for NSW

Train service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW.

The stopping patterns and level of service will be matched to the growth and function of each precinct.

Transport for NSW
Investigate ways to make the local bus network more direct and better connected. Transport for NSW

Bus service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW and RMS.

Detailed planning for a new suburban bus route to be investigated based on development in the area.

Transport for NSW
Potential extension of local bus services to provide a loop service within the precinct. Transport for NSW Bus service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW and RMS. Transport for NSW
Kiss and ride facilities on the eastern side of Minto station. Transport for NSW / Council To be determined as precinct develops.
Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
New regional cycle routes near the railway line for better connections to the station and surrounding area. Transport for NSW To be determined as precinct develops. Transport for NSW

Local cycle network improvements, including at:

  • Surrey Street
  • Stafford Street/Monaghan Street
  • Through Coronation Park to Rose Reserve.
Council To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Streetscape works such as footpath improvements, pedestrian crossings, street tree planting, bicycle storage facilities and lighting. Council To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Potential new local road connecting Ingleburn and Minto Industrial precincts (John Hely Link Road). Council Further local road network investigation to be undertakenby Council as the precinct develops.
Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Additional learning spaces and infrastructure for primary and high schools. Department of Education To be determined as precinct develops. Delivered as part of DoEs School Cluster Asset Plan

 

Leumeah

What is Planned?

Who is Planning it?

When will it be delivered?

Who will fund it?

Increased rail services to meet the precinct’s growth. Transport for NSW

Train service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW.

The stopping patterns and level of service will be matched to the growth and function of each precinct

Transport for NSW
Investigate ways to make the local bus network more direct and better connected.
Transport for NSW

Bus service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW and RMS.\

Detailed planning for a new suburban bus route to be investigated based on development in the area.

Transport for NSW
New regional cycle routes near the railway line for better connections to the station and surrounding area. Transport for NSW To be determined as precinct develops. Transport for NSW

Local cycle network improvements, including:

  • Along Plough Inn Road and Harbord Road connecting the residential precinct to the north east
  • Along Rudd Road, diverging to various local routes to the east.
Council To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Streetscape works, such as footpath improvements, pedestrian crossings, street tree planting, bicycle storage facilities and lighting. Council To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Additional learning spaces and infrastructure for primary and high schools. Department of Education To be determined as precinct develops. Delivered as part of DoE’s School Cluster Asset Plan
Potential redevelopment of Campbelltown Stadium and surrounds to a regional sport centre. Whole of Government and major landowners To be determined as precinct develops.
Subject to further funding and delivery investigations

 

Campbelltown

What is Planned?

Who is Planning it?

When will it be delivered?

Who will fund it?

Increased rail services to meet the precinct’s growth.
Transport for NSW

Train service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW.

The stopping patterns and level of service will be matched to the growth of the precinct.

Transport for NSW
Investigate ways to make the local bus network more direct and better connected. Transport for NSW

Bus service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW and RMS.

Detailed planning for a new suburban bus route to be investigated based on development in the area.

Transport for NSW
Additional 450 commuter car parking spaces near Campbelltown Station interchange. Transport for NSW To be determined as precinct develops. Transport for NSW
New regional cycle routes near the railway line for better connections to the station and surrounding area. Transport for NSW
To be determined as precinct develops. Transport for NSW

Series of local cycle, network improvements, including:

  • Heading east through Mawson Park, connecting to Condamine Street
  • Heading west towards Blaxland Road.
Council To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Streetscape works, such as footpath improvements, pedestrian crossings, street tree planting, bicycle storage facilities and lighting.
Council To be determined as precinct develops.
Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Potential extension of Badgally Road across the rail corridor to improve connectivity.
Transport for NSW/Council

Subject to engineering and road planning.

Further transport investigations to be undertaken as the precinct develops.

Subject to further funding and delivery mechanisms
Longer term need for a new primary school to service the Campbelltown and Macarthur precincts. Department of Education To be determined as precinct develops. Delivered as part of DoEs School Cluster Asset Plan
Potential development of a community centre and expanded central library servicing the Campbelltown and Macarthur precincts. Council/developer To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA

 

Macarthur

What is Planned?

Who is Planning it?

When will it be delivered?

Who will fund it?

Increased rail services to meet the precinct’s growth.
Transport for NSW

Train service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW.

The stopping patterns and level of service will be matched to the growth of the precinct.

Transport for NSW
Investigate ways to make the local bus network more direct and better connected. Transport for NSW

Bus service levels are reviewed continually by TfNSW and RMS.

Detailed planning for a new suburban bus route to be investigated based on development in the area.

Transport for NSW
New regional cycle routes near the railway line for better connections to the station and surrounding area. Transport for NSW To be determined as precinct develops. Transport for NSW

Local cycle network improvements, including:

  • Through the University and along Basin Reserve Goldsmith Avenue, linking to the university residential development to the west
  • Bolger Street and Parc Guell Drive, linking to the residential precinct and Campbelltown Hospital to the east
  • Through the Barber Street Reserve to link to the south.
Council To be determined as precinct develops.
Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Streetscape works, such as footpath improvements, pedestrian crossings, street tree planting, bicycle storage facilities and lighting. Council To be determined as precinct develops.
Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA
Longer term need for a new primary school to service the Campbelltown and Macarthur precincts. Department of Education To be determined as precinct develops. Delivered as part of DoEs School Cluster Asset Plan
Potential development of a community centre and expanded central library servicing the Campbelltown and Macarthur precincts. Council / developer To be determined as precinct develops. Delivery as part of Council’s Section 7.11 Plan / VPA