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We are working with local councils, agencies and communities to help provide new homes in the south west of Sydney that are close to jobs, parks, schools and services.

 

Overview

The Department worked closely with Camden Council, stakeholders and the community to take a coordinated approach to planning for new homes and essential infrastructure, to help meet community needs.

 

Releasing land for housing means Sydneysiders will have access to a range of homes that suit different needs, budgets and lifestyle choices. It also helps to place downward pressure on housing prices.

 

The new revitalised community at Turner Road will benefit from up to 4,020 new homes and the delivery of local amenities close to transport options, including:

  • 15,000 square metre town centre
  • 77 hectares of open space
  • 96 hectares of employment land>
  • improved connections to encourage walking and cycling.

Turner Road was one of the first priority land release areas in the South West Growth Area and has rapidly developed since the completion of new planning controls.

 

Priority Growth Area

Turner Road is part of the South West Priority Land Release Area.

 

Precinct plan

Following extensive consultation, the draft plan was finalised in December 2007 and new planning controls were introduced to enable urban development.

 

Updates and changes

The Development Control Plan (DCP) was updated in August 2009.


More information

Page last updated: 23/11/2018