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At January 2018 there were 13,755 hectares of total zoned employment land within Employment Land Precincts across Greater Sydney, a decrease of 71 hectares from the previous year. Greater Sydney has a further 6,654 hectares of potential future but unzoned employment lands.

 

Around 73 per cent of Greater Sydney’s employment lands are located west of the Parramatta CBD in the Central City and Western City Districts. All of Greater Sydney’s potential future, but unzoned employment lands are located in the Western City District.

 

This infographic is a snapshot of the highlights of the ELDM for the Greater Sydney Region.  Numerical values presented on this image:  13,755 hectares of total zoned employment land $3.7 billion of industrial building was approved in 2017 140 hectares of employment lands were ‘taken up’ by industrial development in 2017 

 

Greater Sydney Region Summary

This infographic is flow chart summarising the zoning, development and servicing status of Employment Lands in Greater Sydney. Refer to the glossary for definitions. Numerical values presented on the image: Total land supply is 20,409 hectares. Of this, 6,654 hectares is potential future but unzoned employment lands, and 13,755 hectares is zoned employment lands. Of these zoned employment lands 10,818 hectares is developed and 2,937 hectares is undeveloped. Of this undeveloped and zoned employment lands, 646 hectares is serviced, and 2,147 hectares is not yet serviced.

 

This chart shows developed and undeveloped zoned employment land stock by district. Most of Greater Sydney's Developed Zoned Employment Land is in the Western and Central City Districts. Almost all Undeveloped Zoned Employment Land stock is also in the Western and Central City Districts. Numerical values presented on the image: District	Developed (hectares)	Undeveloped (hectares) Central City	3,411	1,181 Eastern City	1,450	45 North	518	44 South	1,515	150 Western City	3,925	1,518

At January 2018 there were 1,996 hectares of zoned employment land within Employment Land Precincts across the Central Coast Region, this is an increase of 8 hectares from the previous year. The main areas of undeveloped and serviced lands are in Somersby, Wyong and North Wyong. The value of industrial development approvals has increased continuously for the past seven years to be at $83.8 million in 2017. 


This infographic is a snapshot of the highlights of the ELDM for the Central Coast Region.  Numerical values presented on this image:  1,996 hectares of total zoned employment land $83.8 million of industrial building was approved in 2017 7 hectares of employment lands were ‘taken up’ by industrial development in 2017

 

Central Coast Region Summary

 

This infographic is a flow chart summarising the zoning, development and servicing status of Employment Lands in the Central Coast Region. Refer to the glossary for definitions. Numerical values presented on the image: Total land supply is 2,463 hectares. Of this, 467 hectares is potential future but unzoned employment lands, and 1,996 hectares is zoned employment lands. Of these zoned employment lands 1,068 hectares is developed and 929 hectares is undeveloped. Of this undeveloped and zoned employment lands, 289 hectares is serviced, and 779 hectares is not yet serviced.

At January 2018 there was 8,268 hectares of total zoned employment land in the Hunter Region. The majority of this land is located in the Newcastle, Port Stephens and Cessnock Local Government Areas. This is an increase of 137 hectares from last year’s figure of 8,131 hectares of employment lands.

 

This infographic is a snapshot of the highlights of the ELDM for the Hunter Region.  Numerical values presented on this image:  8,268 hectares of total zoned employment land $173.2 million of industrial building was approved in 2017 174 hectares of employment lands were ‘taken up’ by industrial development in 2017

 

Hunter Region Summary

This infographic is a snapshot summarising the zoning, development and servicing status of Employment Lands in the Hunter Region. Refer to the glossary for definitions. Numerical values presented on the image: Total land supply is 8,268 hectares. Of this, 0 hectares is potential future but unzoned employment lands, and 8,268 hectares is zoned employment lands. Of these zoned employment lands 4,142 hectares is developed and 4,126 hectares is undeveloped. Of this undeveloped and zoned employment lands, 3,543 hectares is serviced, and 599 hectares is not yet serviced.

At January 2018 there was 3,069 hectares of total zoned employment land in the Illawarra-Shoalhaven Region. The majority of this land is located in the Wollongong Local Government Area. This is the first year that the Illawarra-Shoalhaven Region has been included in the ELDM.

 

This infographic is a snapshot of the highlights of the ELDM for the Illawarra-Shoalhaven Region. Numerical values presented on this image:  3,069 hectares of total zoned employment land $160.9 million of industrial building was approved in 2017

 

Illawarra-Shoalhaven Region Summary

This infographic is a flow chart summarising the zoning, development and servicing status of Employment Lands in the Illawarra-Shoalhaven Region. Refer to the glossary for definitions. Numerical values presented on the image: Total land supply is 3,069 hectares. Of this, 0 hectares is potential future but unzoned employment lands, and 3,069 hectares is zoned employment lands. Of these zoned employment lands 2,553 hectares is developed and 516 hectares is undeveloped. Of this undeveloped and zoned employment lands, 383 hectares is serviced, and 133 hectares is not yet serviced.

Page last updated: 13/12/2018