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Marsden Park North Master Plan

Marsden Park North is a new precinct planned for Sydney’s North West Growth Area. It is approximately 12 kilometres from Blacktown CBD and 20 kilometres from Parramatta CBD. 

 

 

Precincts – a new approach

The Minister for Planning and Public Spaces has recently announced a new approach to precinct planning in NSW. The State Government has decided that Marsden Park North will remain a state led rezoning precinct. This means the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment will finalise the precinct plan and rezoning for the precinct.

 

This ensures the Department can continue to work closely with Council and state agencies to resolve outstanding issues including flood plain management and evacuation, biodiversity certification, the alignment of Garfield and Bandon Roads and a negotiated State Voluntary Planning Agreement (SVPA). The Department, in collaboration with Blacktown City Council, has prepared a draft masterplan for the Marsden Park North precinct. This plan will guide the future rezoning and development of this new precinct. The precinct is located within the proposed new suburbs of Angus, Vineyard and Marsden Park.

 

The masterplan includes:

  • Three new local centres with shops, cafes and community facilities
  • A commercial area
  • Thirteen new playing fields
  • New footpaths and cycleways throughout the community
  • Several new parks and environmental conservation areas
  • A potential green grid throughout the area
  • A range of homes to meet the needs of a new and diverse community.

 

New opportunities for wading bird habitat are proposed to the east of the old effluent management ponds of the meatworks. These new ponds will be located away from future residents and will be established before the existing ponds are removed.

 

The exhibition of the draft plan has closed.

Thank you to all those who made a submission and took the survey. Your feedback is important to us and will be considered in finalising the plan for Marsden Park North.

 

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Page last updated: 03/12/2019