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An iconic landmark, Central Station is well located in a vibrant area surrounded by leading universities, businesses and is at the heart of a revitalisation of Central Sydney.
The addition of the new Sydney Metro and Sydney Light Rail network presents a unique opportunity to upgrade Central Station and transform the area into an innovation and technology precinct based around a key transport network.
The innovation and technology precinct will be a major hub for tech industries, universities, research institutes, visionaries and start-ups. The precinct will be a leader in collaboration, innovation and jobs for the future.
Nominated for investigation as a State Significant Precinct (SSP), we are working with Transport for NSW, the City of Sydney and the Greater Sydney Commission to plan for the future of the area.
Central SSP is approximately 24 hectares bounded by Pitt Street to the west, Cleveland Street to the south, Eddy Avenue to the north and Elizabeth Street to the east.
The Strategic Vision will:
The rezoning proposal is for the Western Gateway, the first sub-precinct within Central SSP.
TfNSW proposes to amend the planning controls of the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012 that apply to the Western Gateway area to enable redevelopment for a technology and innovation precinct.
The proposed changes can be found in the Explanation of Intended Effect (EIE).
The draft Strategic Vision and Western Gateway sub-precinct rezoning proposal, including supporting technical documents, are on exhibition until 27 November 2019
You can make a submission online and in person at a drop-in session.
You can make a submission online at the Planning Portal website.
Your submission should include:
All submissions will be made available on our website.
If you would like your personal information removed, please make this clear at the top of your submission. Our privacy statement has more information.
You can attend a TfNSW drop–in session to learn more about the proposal and make a submission directly to a Planning Officer from the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.
Dates and times for the drop-in sessions can be found on the TfNSW website.
The Central State Significant Precinct FAQs (PDF, 129 KB) provides more information about the Central SSP.
Page last updated: 18/10/2019