6 OCTOBER 2018
DESPITE the purchase by Boyuan back in 2016 of the development site near the proposed airport for Badgery’s Creek being revealed in the Sydney Morning Herald on 23 December 2016 … yet the identity of the proposal was treated as “commercial in confidence” by the Greater Sydney Commission … and as recently as February 2018!
BHL’s CEO Caden Wan was pushing the NSW Government to overhaul its plans for infrastructure around the proposed Badgery’s Creek Airport to make way for its housing development proposal.
–to realign the $3.6 billion dollar planned M12 motorway which will link the new airport to the M7 at Cecil Hills
-relocating of rail connections for a Metro underground
-provision for more than 22,000 houses plus a commercial precinct
-includes the backing of several large CHINESE construction companies, ONE of which is China State-owned CCCC to back it, and to build it
One can see where this is headed … it is vertical integration, isn’t it?
.Chinese developers buying the Medich land
.Chinese trades, and workers
.Chinese building materials imported
-sold 100% to Chinese buyers
Australia’s BIGGEST EXPORT … OUR TITLE DEEDS
AND, of course most of the details remain secret …
IT is currently with the GREATER SYDNEY COMMISSION (GSC) with Mrs Turnbull Chief Commissioner.
The GSC are due to report on it all in March … heaven help us …
Not only a filthy polluting airport for Western Sydney but 22000 homes for Chinese to gain residency in Australia as Australians remain locked out on lease queues. Read more:
Chinese developer’s billion-dollar proposal would move Sydney motorway
A wealthy Chinese developer is pushing the New South Wales Government to overhaul its plans for billions of dollars in infrastructure around Badgery’s Creek Airport to make way for a bold development proposal.
The 344 hectare parcel of prime land north of Elizabeth Drive at Badgery’s Creek is owned by accused murderer Ron Medich and his brother Roy.
The site is the subject of a confidential commercial arrangement with property development company Boyuan Holdings Limited (BHL).
BHL lodged a submission in December to the Greater Sydney Commission’s Western Sydney District Plan, Greater Sydney Region Plan 2056 and Future Transport Plan 2056.
The proposal is for a “Bold Vision” for the site where the developer wants the government to realign the $3.6 billion dollar planned M12 motorway which will link the new airport to the M7 at Cecil Hills.
BHL also suggested making the proposed North-South rail line from Rouse Hill to Narellan an underground metro with a station on their land.
The developer also proposes flexible zoning which would allow for 88 hectares of homes for 22,250 residents.
The submission goes into detail about BHL’s vision for a mix of commercial, industrial and residential development for the “Northern Gateway” to the new airport.
BHL claims seven Chinese companies have flagged interest in partnering in the project including China Communications Construction Company. The Chinese Government owns 63.84 percent of CCCC and has also acquired developer John Holland.
Western Sydney University and Scentre Group (the largest owner-operator of Westfield shopping centres) are listed as “anchor partners.”
In a cover letter to the submission BHL’s CEO Caden Wan wrote that it is “critically important that documents be adopted as Government Policy as soon as possible.”
Representatives of BHL met with NSW Planning Minister on October 24 2017.
Minister Roberts said nothing site specific was discussed and the meeting lasted “less than five minutes.”
Details of the commercial arrangement between BHL and Ron and Roy Medich are unknown.
A land title search shows “Ron Medich Properties Pty Ltd and Roy Medich Properties Pty Ltd” in the first schedule as joint tenants on the site.
“All terms of the land transaction are commercial in confidence and therefore must remain confidential.” BHL said in a statement to 9NEWS.
“This proposal is about putting private greed before public good and it should be sent packing straight away.” Deputy Opposition Leader Michael Daley said.
The submission is one of 3500 received by the Greater Sydney Commission with the final plans expected to be released by the end of March.
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