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Campbelltown City Council unveils vision for city’s future

Publish on 14 Mar 2018 All suburbs Airds, Ambarvale, Bardia, Blair Athol, Blairmount, Bow Bowing, Bradbury, Campbelltown, Claymore, Denham Court, Eagle Vale, Englorie Park, Eschol Park, Gilead, Glen Alpine, Glenfield, Gregory Hills, Holsworthy, Ingleburn, Kearns, Kentlyn, Leumeah, Long Point, Macquarie Fields, Macquarie Links, Menangle Park, Minto, Minto Heights, Mount Annan, Raby, Rosemeadow, Ruse, St Andrews, St Helens Park, Varroville, Wedderburn, Woodbine, Woronora Dam, Outside LGA,

Media release - 14 March 2018

Mayor George Brticevic at the Re-Imagining Campbelltown vision

Campbelltown City Council has unveiled its plan to create “Australia’s Greenest City” as it kick-starts a new employment and investment initiative aimed at attracting, and supporting, the next generation of jobs, homes and lifestyle, for one of the fastest growing economic regions in the country. 

Following the recent Western Sydney City Deal, a tri-level agreement with federal, state and local government, which set a target of 200,000 new jobs across the region, Council, has today released a bold vision for its future, in front of Sydney’s leaders in government, business, tourism, health, education and sport, at NSW Parliament House. 

Mayor of Campbelltown, Cr George Brticevic said Re-Imagining Campbelltown, a draft strategy prepared by Deloitte in partnership with Council, had been developed to help ensure the city, and broader Macarthur region, was positioned to leverage the growth, investment and opportunities of the future. 

The draft report compiled by one of the world’s leading consultants, suggests that Macarthur will be home to an additional 800,000 within the next 25 years. 

“In order to support this population explosion, we need to start planning for the necessary infrastructure, jobs, and homes, now. Doing nothing is not an option,” Cr Brticevic said. 

“Campbelltown has today put its hand up and said it’s prepared to meet these growth targets head on. We can’t afford to just sit back and wait for growth to overtake us – we need to get on with the job of planning and building a city that people will want to invest in, want to live, and want to visit.

Cr Brticevic said today marked the start of a new era for Campbelltown as a place of opportunity, innovation and collaboration. 

Council will soon commence a program of engagement with community, business, and government, seeking their feedback on the draft report, to ensure its future plans are communicated widely, to a variety of stakeholders. 

“Campbelltown is uniquely placed to lead the development of some of NSW’s major centres. It is Sydney’s southern gateway, acting as a main city ‘hub’ for the Southern Highlands and the Illawarra, and is ideally situated between Sydney’s two international airports at Mascot and Badgerys Creek. 

“Its strategic location, combined with existing assets such as its vast natural spaces, and health and education clusters, as well as a rapidly growing population, makes the Campbelltown proposition like no other in Sydney. 

“Today’s event is about putting Campbelltown on the map, and letting the rest of the state know that we have an important role to play in not just supporting the economic and social growth of Western Sydney, but NSW.”

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