The NSW Department of Planning and Environment’s executive director for Western Sydney and Aerotropolis Activation, Brett Whitworth, says the Aerotropolis will be a catalyst for growth in Western Sydney.
“The new airport and the surrounding Aerotropolis will be a game-changer for NSW with the potential to provide up to 60,000 homes and contribute to 200,000 new jobs in Western Sydney,” he says.
“Innovative planning for the land surrounding Sydney’s new 24-hour airport is critical to its success and the Department, working collaboratively with our City Deal partners, wants to ensure the community has plenty of opportunity to help determine how we deliver a resilient and vibrant Aerotropolis,” says Whitworth.
The first stage Land Use Infrastructure Implementation Plan for the Aerotropolis is on exhibition now until Friday, 12 October, and the community is encouraged to have its say.
For more information visit the Western Sydney Aerotropolis microsite.