Get your desired location in the Sydney’s north-west and south-west growth centre.

Location

All our premier commercial development strategically located in the Sydney's priority growth areas and precincts.


Schofields

Schofields is very popular location among brand new buyers. Schofields is located 45 kilometres (28 miles) north-west of the Sydney central business district, in the Blacktown local government area; part of the Greater Western Sydney.


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This is Sydney's fastest growing suburbs after The Ponds attracting the highest demand for residential housing in NSW.

According to the Sydney growth centre, The North West Growth Centre is approximately 10,000 hectares in size and includes parts of The Hills, Blacktown and Hawkesbury local government areas.


Leppington

Leppington is very popular location in Sydney’s south west as it is categorised as priority growth areas of Sydney which is located 50 kilometres (29 mi) south-west of the Sydney central business district, in the Camden local government area; part of the Greater Western Sydney.


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About Leppington Precinct

STATUS Released for planning November 2011
AREA 655 hectares
DWELLING CAPACITY 7,190
POPULATION CAPACITY 24,000

The Leppington Precinct was one of two precincts released for planning in November 2011 by the Minister for Planning & Infrastructure.

Following a review of the western boundary, the planning process for Leppington will also plan for 198ha of the Catherine Fields North Precinct. Overall, the 655 hectare Precinct sits entirely within Camden local government area. It is bounded by Camden Valley Way on the east, Ingleburn Road to the north, and follows lot boundaries and a number of roads along the west, such as Cordeaux Street, Anthony Road, Joseph Road, and Hulls Road. The Precinct currently comprises small rural holdings, farming lands, market gardens and some residential areas. Fully developed, it is expected to accommodate some 9,000 dwellings for approximately 24,000 future residents.

[Reference: Sydney Growth Centre, Department of Planning & Environment]


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