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What are the highest priorities?

The Parkland City will account for over 25 per cent of NSW’s population growth by 2036, with nearly 1.7 million people. To keep pace with this growth, the Parkland City may require 15-30 per cent of the NSW infrastructure spend –the equivalent of $60 billion - $120 billion in today’s terms – over the next 15 years.

The next set of critical projects are required to maximise the benefits of the Government’s $20 billion investment in infrastructure.

These include:

Western Parkland City Snapshot

  • +200,000 jobs in the next 20 years consistent with the City
  • +184,500 dwellings consistent with the Greater Sydney Region Plan providing greater housing choice and affordability
  • 30-minute City based on four connected metropolitan centres that improve the use of public transport
  • 800,000 hectares –65% of Greater Sydney area
  • +$20 billion investment including:
    • $5.3 billion Western Sydney International Airport
    • $4.4 billion Western Sydney Infrastructure Roads package
    • $11 billion Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport
    • $1.1 billion investment to catalyse the Bradfield City Centre as an initial precinct in the Aerotropolis