The Growth Centres
Sydney's North West and South West Growth Centres have been defined as areas which will accommodate 181,000 new dwellings and land for employment for around half a million new residents over the next 25 to 30 years.
The North West Growth Centre is approximately 10,000 hectares – the size of Wellington, New Zealand. Within the LGA boundaries of Baulkham Hills, Blacktown and Hawkesbury, it will be supported by a Major Centre at Rouse Hill and will contain about 70,000 new dwellings. It is made up of 16 ‘Precincts’, which are areas which will be progressively released over the next 30 years.
The South West Growth Centre is within the LGA boundaries of Liverpool, Camden and Campbelltown and will be around the same size as Canberra. Comprising 18 Precincts, it is approximately 17,000 hectares and will focus on the Major Centre of Leppington, be serviced by the South West Rail Link and has capacity for around 110,000 new dwellings.
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