Why Liverpool City Local Government Area?

  • With the rising cost of living and issue of expensive housing in Sydney, homeowners are looking to the growing suburbs outside of Inner Sydney region.
  • Liverpool is one of three City Centres of Sydney where it’s central to a range of commercial and entertainment services
  • Sydney’s Growth Centres will eventually provide around 181,000 dwellings and $7.5 billion will be invested in infrastructure for around half a million new residents within the North West and South West
  • Connecting routes M5 South-Western Motorway, Hume Highway, West Link M7 Motorway, new upcoming M12 Motorway, Edmondson and Leppington train station ensures travelling across Sydney is easily accessible
  • The upcoming Badgerys Creek International Airport will bring a significant amount of employment and opportunities (~20,000 jobs to the region), where the final design will service 80 million passengers per year

Strategic Planning – Planning the future of Liverpool

Priority Growth Areas

First Project: 701 & 707 Camden Valley Way, CATHERINE FIELD, NSW – 10.5 acres, 60 plots of land

Catherine Field is a part of the strategic Sydney Region Growth Centres initiative and located within Camden Local Government Area zoned R2 – Low Density Residential.

Once developed, the future of Camden, Austral & North Leppington Precinct will facilitate a range of community services and will feature:032_0

  • Around 17,350 new homes (Liverpool & Camden Local Government Areas)
  • 54,000 residents
  • Leppington Major Centre with regional shopping, employment and cultural facilities
  • New Leppington Train Station and commuter car park 
  • Close to new Badgerys Creek Airport
  • A Local Centre at Austral (Fifteenth & Edmondson Avenues)
  • 3 Neighbourhood Centres
  • 4 hectares of parkland 
  • 2 high schools and 5 primary school
  • Al-Fasail College & Unity Grammar School
  • Protected conservation & recreational areas

Austral and Leppington North Precinct Plans Download

Badgerys Creek Airport

The new Badgerys Creek Airport will bring more than 20,000 jobs to the local region and provide new opportunities for industry in passenger services, administration, retail, transport, freight and logistics, aircraft markets, accommodation, parking, hospitality, warehousing, equipment maintenance and much more.r0_545_3148_2655_w1200_h678_fmax

Several thousand jobs will be created middle next year with a peak of 4000 jobs, creating numerous local jobs employment opportunities.

First stage of the airport will commute 10 Million passengers per year and the final design will accommodate 80 million passengers per year (double the amount of Sydney’s current Mascot airport).

The future M12 motorway will be linked to M4, M5 and M7 motorway which will make travelling across Sydney accessible with ease with a planned 3km transport tunnel in the pipeline.

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Thinking Business Report

Deloitte analysis of Western Sydney (Badgerys Creek) Airport:

The analysis demonstrates that a second Sydney Airport, located in Western Sydney, would generate significant economic benefits for the region and for the state
of New South Wales more broadly.

Key findings include:Green-Economy

  • An estimated impact on the Western Sydney economy over the period 2020-2050 of between $9.2 billion and $15.6 billion, and on the whole of Sydney economy of between $15.7 billion and $25.6 billion (in net present value terms)
  • Average additional employment over the same period of between 12,645 and 19,982 Full-time equivalents (FTE) for Western Sydney, and between 20,601 and 31,736 FTE for the Sydney region

Deloitte Insights

South West Rail Link (SWRL)

The SWRL opened on Feb 2015 with the new Glenfield, Edmondson Park and Leppington Station, and the extension includes Badgerys Creek station – Western Sydney Airport.southwest-railway-link

The benefits of SWRL will:

  • Provide essential infrastructure for the predicted future increases in population in Sydney’s south-west, including the South West Growth Centre
  • Improve access to public transport for the people of south-west Sydney, providing a link to major employment centres including Liverpool, Parramatta and the Sydney CBD
  • Allow increased and more reliable train services
  • Provide increased commuter car parking spaces
  • Provide modern, safe and accessible stations and interchange facilities for rail commuters

Transport for NSW SWRL