Priority growth areas and precincts
We have developed a new approach to precinct planning to provide certainty and a way forward for revitalising areas of Sydney. This is part of our work to centre the planning system around people, places, public spaces and the environment, putting greater responsibility for planning in the hands of councils and local communities.
The precinct pages in the links below will give you the latest information on the progress of each precinct.
The NSW Government has appointed Professor Roberta Ryan as the Independent Community Commissioner for the Western Sydney Aerotropolis and Orchard Hills.
We have now finalised 3 separate but related plans for the Cherrybrook precinct:
- Cherrybrook Precinct Place Strategy
- Landcom’s rezoning for the Cherrybrook Station State-Significant Precinct (SSP)
- an amendment to State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP) Planning Systems.
Attractive and well-connected communities in Arncliffe and Banksia, where people can live and work, and have good access to public transport, community facilities, open spaces, shops and cafes.
Preserving heritage architecture and creating access to open space, recreational facilities, restaurants, business and shopping districts.
Bringing together new homes, jobs, industry and open space to create a clean, green and sustainable precinct for the 21st century.
More homes, jobs, shops and cafes and better public spaces, with access to public transport, international sporting facilities and entertainment venues.
A leafy precinct that builds on the opportunities offered by the $8.3-billion Sydney Metro Northwest project.
Delivering a place strategy to meet the needs of a growing and changing population, enhancing liveability for all.
Renewing ageing public spaces and infrastructure, and creating new public spaces, transport infrastructure and buildings that will breathe new life into Sydney’s ‘waterfront to the world’.
The Explorer Street site is in South Eveleigh, about 2 km south of Central Sydney CBD and sits within the City of Sydney local government area.
Capitalising on the NSW Government’s $1-billion investment in infrastructure, with the new Northern Beaches Hospital and improved transport links spurring revitalisation.
Set to become south-west Sydney’s premier regional sporting and education destination.
Fast emerging as the centre of Sydney and set to experience significant growth and change over the next 20 years.
Growing fast and transforming to meet the needs of a bigger and changing population.
Creating a vibrant, attractive and well-connected community where people can live and work, with good access to public transport, community facilities, open spaces, shops and cafes.
Located within the South West Growth Area and with the potential to provide more new homes close to great public transport links.
A new precinct planned for Sydney's South West Growth Area, approximately 8 km from the future Western Sydney Aerotropolis and 47 km from Parramatta CBD.
Creating communities that have good access to parks, schools, shops, cafes, and community services around Epping and Macquarie Park.
A master plan will guide the future rezoning and development of this new precinct from the ground up and create the proposed new suburbs of Angus, Vineyard and Marsden Park.
Fulfilling potential economic benefits for Aboriginal people on their land on the Northern Beaches.
More homes, jobs and essential services in this increasingly popular place to live.
The Parramatta Road Corridor Urban Transformation Strategy covers land along the length of Parramatta Road from Granville to Camperdown.
Evolving as a treasured cultural and entertainment destination, as well as an innovative, connected cornerstone of economic growth and jobs for the future.
A vibrant new community with improved access to the river foreshore, a range of new homes including affordable housing, a new primary school and potential river pool.
Home to a strong and growing community and offering easy access to public transport and the airport, the suburb is known for its parks, fishing spots and walking tracks through semi-urban wetlands, native habitats and mangrove forests.
A diverse community with a growing variety of housing types about 35 km north-west of the Sydney CBD and well serviced by public transport.
New communities shaded by up to 150,000 new trees; new homes with access to new schools, parks, jobs and infrastructure; adding to the pipeline of homes needed for a growing Greater Sydney.
Adaptively re-using the workshop – the final building to support the vision for Tech Central – for a mix of commercial offices, retail space and other community activities.
Working with local councils and communities to help provide new homes in the south-west of Sydney that are close to jobs, parks, schools and amenities.
Capitalising on the new Sydney Metro station opening in Crows Nest in 2024, the area offers new jobs, open space, infrastructure and homes.
A planned approach to growth, with infrastructure delivery and development co-ordinated along the corridor.
Three new master-planned communities in Sydney's north-west on the doorstep of new, world-class public transport, with new and improved open space, new schools, local jobs, new town squares and pedestrian and cycling connections.
An attractive and well–connected community where people can live with good access to public transport, community facilities, jobs, open spaces, shops and cafes.
A new precinct planned for Sydney’s North-West Growth Area, about 5 km from Schofields town centre and 10 km from Blacktown CBD.
Providing businesses in the region with land for industry and employment.
A vibrant new community centred on one of Australia's most transformational infrastructure projects – the new Western Sydney Aerotropolis.
An innovation centre that offers world-class health, education and research facilities for the communities of western Sydney and beyond.
Bringing to life a vision for a restored and protected waterway system that nourishes a cool, green and inclusive Western Parkland City.
A new town that by 2040 will be a place where families are thriving and businesses flourishing, with a strong natural environment and jobs that take advantage of the town's location nearness to Wollongong and the new Western Sydney Airport.