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UTS onboard new Western Sydney opportunity in the Bradfield City Centre

The NSW Government has announced a new partnership with the University of Technology Sydney.

What next for the Aerotropolis?

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Fedex to connect Western Sydney to the world

FedEx Express has signed an MoU with the NSW Government that will connect the Western Sydney Aerotropolis to more than 220 countries.

Romar Engineering shows Aerotropolis intent

Another local Western Sydney manufacturer has signed a Letter of Intent with the NSW Government and plans to play a role in the Aerotropolis’ Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF).

Vitex to expand into the Aerotropolis

Vitex Pharmaceuticals is pushing ahead with plans to build two new facilities in the Western Parkland City.

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Aerotropolis and Western Parkland City vision takes shape in the NSW Budget

Realising the vision for the Western Parkland City has taken a big leap forward in the NSW Budget, with funding allocated towards several key projects in and around the Western Sydney Aerotropolis.

Aerotropolis to help close skills gap

The NSW Government is a step closer to rolling out a new model of tertiary education in the Western Sydney Aerotropolis in a bid to close skills gaps and deliver on its commitment of 200,000 jobs across the Western Parkland City.

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First look at the Aerotropolis' Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility

The first images depicting what the Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF) will look like reveal a state-of-the-art building at the centre of the Western Sydney Aerotropolis’ growing innovation hub.

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Jobs boom for Western Sydney Aerotropolis

A landmark rezoning will see 6,500 hectares of land rezoned to provide for employment, residential and environmental uses in the Western Sydney Aerotropolis.

Station locations confirmed for Western Sydney's new Metro

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, Minister for Transport Andrew Constance and Minister for Western Sydney Stuart Ayres today inspected the site of the future Western Sydney Aerotropolis Station.