Sydenham to Bankstown Urban Renewal Corridor - Revised DRAFT

Consultation has concluded, feedback on this project will be available shortly.

Prepared by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment, the draft Sydenham to Bankstown Urban Renewal Corridor Strategy (Corridor Strategy) affects land within the Canterbury Bankstown City centres of: Bankstown, Punchbowl, Wiley Park, Lakemba, Belmore, Campsie, Canterbury, and Hurlstone Park.

The Corridor Strategy proposes significant changes to land uses and built form controls that would facilitate the delivery of more than 35,000 new dwellings to be constructed across the 11 Station Precincts. The station precincts will be serviced by the proposed Sydenham to Bankstown Metro. The Corridor Strategy will be supported by new infrastructure which will be identified in an Infrastructure Plan which is yet to be exhibited.

The revised draft Corridor Strategy has been the subject of public consultation and detailed review.

Changes have been made since the first draft Corridor Strategy was exhibited in 2015.

Next Steps:

Council officers have prepared a draft submission which will be considered by Councillors at the 28 November Council Meeting.

For more information - CLICK HERE

Prepared by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment, the draft Sydenham to Bankstown Urban Renewal Corridor Strategy (Corridor Strategy) affects land within the Canterbury Bankstown City centres of: Bankstown, Punchbowl, Wiley Park, Lakemba, Belmore, Campsie, Canterbury, and Hurlstone Park.

The Corridor Strategy proposes significant changes to land uses and built form controls that would facilitate the delivery of more than 35,000 new dwellings to be constructed across the 11 Station Precincts. The station precincts will be serviced by the proposed Sydenham to Bankstown Metro. The Corridor Strategy will be supported by new infrastructure which will be identified in an Infrastructure Plan which is yet to be exhibited.

The revised draft Corridor Strategy has been the subject of public consultation and detailed review.

Changes have been made since the first draft Corridor Strategy was exhibited in 2015.

Next Steps:

Council officers have prepared a draft submission which will be considered by Councillors at the 28 November Council Meeting.

For more information - CLICK HERE