‘FROM PADDOCK TO PAVEMENT’ … that’s it … do they propose more Desal Plants? Not that … that will work down there in the Greater Macarthur?
If so …
What about the piles and piles of SALT?
Greater Macarthur 2040: Guide to the future transformation of Macarthur region
They are the bold plans to turn the Greater Macarthur region into a future NSW economic powerhouse. This exclusive six-part series looks at how housing, employment, education and more is set to be impacted by mass development planned for the area.
FIND OUT HOW THIS COULD AFFECT YOU.
Daniel McGookin, Macarthur Chronicle
December 16, 2019
The Greater Macarthur region will never be the same again with a 92-page dossier outlining the dramatic transformation earmarked for the suburbs on Sydney’s southwest outskirts.
From the rural villages of Appin, Menangle and Gilead, right through to the expanding metropolitan hubs of Campbelltown, Glenfield and Ingleburn, the Greater Macarthur 2040 Interim Plan has identified a dozen precincts for growth.
The precincts are Glenfield, Macquarie Fields, Ingleburn, Minto, Leumeah, Campbelltown, Macarthur, Glenlee, Menangle Park, Gilead, North Appin and Appin.
Across the next 20 years, the State Government envisions a potential 57,200 homes across the 12 precincts, with Planning Minister Rob Stokes formally declaring the region a growth area earlier this month.
“This is the next stage of a plan to transform southwest Sydney from a series of commuter suburbs to a coherent centre full of jobs, culture, public spaces, green and open areas,” Mr Stokes said.
“This formally recognises the guiding principles for how we develop the area in the future and ensures we deliver infrastructure like transport, utilities and parks alongside new jobs and homes.”
Developers, community groups, shopping centre owners, not-for-profit organisations and individuals have had their say on the government’s bold plans.
NewsLocal has analysed the government’s vision, the community submissions and what it all means for you in an exclusive six-part series which reveals a cutting-edge high-density proposal for Campbelltown, how the region’s unique chlamydia-free koala colony will be protected and more.
FOLLOW THE GREATER MACARTHUR 2040 SERIES BELOW:
●CHAPTER ONE – Cutting-edge ‘campus-style’ building slated for city centre
●CHAPTER TWO – Mac Square’s long-term vision: ‘More than just a retail centre’
●CHAPTER THREE – City’s grand evolution to headline region’s growth
●CHAPTER FOUR – Walker Corp calls for sleepy town to transform into new estate
●CHAPTER FIVE – Government vows to protect precious koala colony
●CHAPTER SIX – The suburbs to transform from paddock to pavement