Western Sydney Place-based Infrastructure Compacts

12 Jun 2020
Work is continuing on the Western Sydney Place-based Infrastructure Compacts (PICs) which look at the services and infrastructure needed in the future for the Western Parkland City.

Executive Director of City Planning – Infrastructure, Natalie Camilleri, said “The Western Sydney Airport Growth Area (or Aerotropolis) and the Greater Penrith to Eastern Creek Corridor (or GPEC) PICs cover more than 30,000 hectares.”

“The Commission has been working with State government agencies, utility providers and the Western City District local councils to help inform decisions that need to be made,” she said.

“To get wider perspectives, the Commission has invited industry, social, environmental groups and the community in May and June to give their views about the possible infrastructure and services pathways that could be followed to create great places in the Western Parkland City.

“This feedback will assist the Commission’s work to develop the draft PICs for the Western Sydney Airport and Aerotropolis, and the Greater Penrith to Eastern Creek areas before the drafts are released publicly for feedback at the end of the year,” Ms Camilleri said.

For further information, contact Natalie at info@gsc.nsw.gov.au.

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