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As part of our ongoing commitment to engage with the community and key stakeholders on the Aerotropolis a range of engagement activities have been planned, providing you with an opportunity to find out more, ask questions and provide your feedback.


Community Consultation

Landowner meetings

As part of the early planning process, one-on-one meetings with the Aerotropolis team are available for existing landowners within the proposed Western Sydney Aerotropolis. These meetings will be held within the Penrith and Liverpool Council areas and will provide landowners with an opportunity to speak to the project team and hear more about the planning process and proposed zoning.


Please reserve a meeting time via our appointlet page.


Community Information and Feedback Sessions

We will be also holding a number of general Community Information and Feedback Sessions during the exhibition period. You can drop in to any of these sessions to meet the project team and find out more about planning for the area.


Type of session Date and time Venue Location
Community Information and Feedback Session
Wednesday 22 January 2020, between the hours of 10am and 1pm
Twin Creeks Golf and Country Club  2-8 Twin Creeks Drive Luddenham NSW 2745
Community Information and Feedback Session
Saturday 1 February 2020, between the hours of 10am and 1pm
Workers Hubertus Country Club
205 Adams Road, Luddenham NSW 2745
Community Information and Feedback Session
Wednesday 19 February 2020, between the hours of 4pm and 7pm
Bringelly Community Centre
5 Greendale Rd, Bringelly NSW 2556

Listening Panels

In February we are proposing to hold community listening panels which will enable pre-registered groups or individuals to make a presentation directly to a panel of senior government representatives. Presentations provided at these panels will be considered as formal submissions in the planning process. You can register your interest in participating in a listening panel as a presenter or an observer by emailing


Have your say

You are encouraged to view the documents and make a formal submission by 28 February 2020.


Your feedback is important to ensuring the Aerotropolis becomes the thriving economic hub for the Western Parkland City, delivering new jobs, homes, infrastructure and services for people in the region into the future.




View documents and have your say

By mail: 

Western Sydney Planning Partnership, 
PO Box 257,
Parramatta NSW 2124 


Community Liaison Group (CLG)

A Community Liaison Group (CLG) will be established as part of the planning process.


The CLG will meet regularly throughout the planning period and will provide a forum for open dialogue between the project team working on the Aerotropolis, the community, local Councils and other stakeholders.


To be considered for membership you need to be a local resident or belong to an established community group in one of the ten precinct areas of the Aerotropolis, with the CLG to be made up of representatives from each area. We are looking for a small number of locally connected individuals and groups who are willing to provide a communication link between the Aerotropolis project team and their local community.


To apply, download and submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) form (PDF, 614 KB).


EOI applications are open until midnight on Monday January 20, 2020.


Contact the team 

You can also contact the project team directly via:

  • Email: 
  • Phone: Between 9am–5pm, Monday to Friday on 1800 792 996. 
  • Translating and interpreting service: Please telephone 131 450 and ask for an interpreter in your language to connect you to 1300 305 695. 
  • If you are deaf or have a hearing speech impairment call us through the National Relay Service:
    • TTY users, call 133 677 and ask for 1300 305 695
  • Speak and Listen (speech to speech relay users), call 1300 555 727 and ask for 1300 305 695.
  • Internet relay users connect to the NRS ( and ask for 1300 305 695.


‘What We Heard’ Community Consultation Report

Following the exhibition of the Stage 1 Plan, the Planning Partnership finalised a ‘What We Heard’ Community Consultation Report. The report provided an overview of the public engagement approach to the Western Sydney Aerotropolis Land Use and Infrastructure Implementation Plan – Stage 1 Initial Precincts, identified key themes raised and outlined commitments for the next steps in the progressing the planning for the Western Sydney Aerotropolis.  

The ‘What We Heard’ Community Consultation Report and all submissions can be viewed on the Planning Portal.


View the comments from the Stage 1 exhibition at the link below


View interactive map


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