The Parramatta Road Corridor Urban Transformation Strategy (the strategy) covers land along the length of Parramatta Road from Granville to Camperdown.
The strategy covers areas within one block of the road, with larger areas at each of the following precincts:
Parramatta Road is a pivotal corridor that connects Parramatta with the Sydney CBD. Since 2016, there have been plans to revitalise the corridor, however these were put on hold while several traffic studies were underway.
The Implementation Update 2021 is an addition to the current strategy and allows planning proposals to now be lodged with the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, receive a gateway determination and go on public exhibition while these traffic studies are being completed.
The Implementation Update 2021 also provides actions to respond to changes in the policy and infrastructure context of since the strategy’s release. These changes include councils along the corridor completing Local Strategic Planning Statements and preparing Local Housing Strategies as well as work by Transport for NSW and the Department on related infrastructure projects.
The Ministerial Section 9.1 Direction for Parramatta Road (7.3) has also been updated to reference the Implementation Update 2021. View the updated Ministerial Direction.
We are also providing up to $198 million for the Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program (PRUAIP) to improve open space and active transport links along the Parramatta Road corridor. The program brings State agencies and local councils together to collaborate on projects that will improve public amenity in the corridor.
For more information on the Parramatta Road Urban Transformation Program visit the webpage.
Page last updated: 09/08/2021