NSW Department of Planning and Environment

Vineyard

We are working to create an attractive and well-connected community, where people can live with good access to public transport, community facilities, jobs, open spaces, shops and cafes.

The development of Vineyard (Stage 1) precinct will include a proposed primary school, around 27 hectares of open space focused on the Killarney Chain of Ponds and adjacent land for new playing fields, parks and cycleways, a village centre and up to 2,300 new homes.

Key infrastructure includes local roads, drainage and open space, which will be delivered to support the growing community.

The Vineyard community will benefit from a central green spine along the Killarney Chain of Ponds providing recreational uses and extensive views to the Blue Mountains. The suburb also offers great connection to nearby rural land.

Stage One Rezoning

The rezoning of part of the Vineyard precinct will create a new community with shops, cafes and substantial green open space in Sydney's North West.

Artist Impressions of the Vineyard Precinct

Artist's impression of how the future Vineyard development will look

Image of the artist's impression of how the future Vineyard precinct will look.

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Image of an artist impression of the proposed primary school.

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Image of an artist impression of a park for Vineyard Precinct.

 

Infrastructure schedule

We are working with infrastructure providers including Sydney Water and Endeavour Energy to coordinate the planning and delivery of essential infrastructure to meet demand for new homes in the precinct.

Part of the Stage 1 area presently has access to water, sewer and electricity services which will service approximately 500 new homes. The delivery of an electricity substation by Endeavour Energy will supplement the remaining properties in Stage 1 while lead-in sewer mains may be delivered by either the private sector or Sydney Water.

 

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