Category Archives: Outer Western Sydney News

Works begins at Sydney Science Park

Posted by Terry Hansen on August 10th, 2018 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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The first step towards the Western Sydney Aerotropolis is now underway with the turning of the first sod at the Sydney Science Park. Once the development of the 280‐hectare Luddenham site is complete it’s expected to deliver more than 12,000 knowledge-based jobs, educate more than 10,000 students and provide homes for more than 10,000 residents. The […]

Blacktown set for six new suburbs

Posted by Terry Hansen on August 3rd, 2018 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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Residents of some of Blacktown’s suburbs may soon have a new address. The Geographical Names Board has notified that it proposes to amend the suburb boundaries of Marsden Park, Schofields, Riverstone, Rouse Hill, Vineyard, Quakers Hill and Shanes Park to make way for the creation of six new suburbs. The new suburbs are to be […]

Should you sell or hold when property prices fall?

Posted by Terry Hansen on August 1st, 2018 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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Australian property prices have fallen 0.8 per cent in the past year according to data from CoreLogic, and many are wondering whether that trend is set to continue. Westpac’s monthly consumer sentiment report seems to show that most Australians don’t expect that trend to change and expect home prices to remain flat or to go […]

Check out Windows on Queen

Posted by Terry Hansen on July 27th, 2018 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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The highly anticipated Windows on Queen exhibition is now on display in the heart of St Marys. The exhibition tells the story of 12 historic sites along St Marys’ main street through artistic posters in shop windows. Keen historians and those who want to learn more about St Marys have until September 5, 2018 to […]

Eastern Creek incinerator project rejected by planning commission

Posted by Terry Hansen on July 20th, 2018 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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Many of those in outer western Sydney will be happy to hear that plans for a massive Energy from Waste incinerator in Eastern Creek have been rejected. The New South Wales Independent Planning Commission (IPC) blocked the proposal citing “uncertainty” over human health and environmental impacts. The plant would have been the largest in the […]

Discover St Marys’ history at Windows on Queen exhibition

Posted by Terry Hansen on July 13th, 2018 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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St Marys will be celebrating its rich character and history this month with the opening of the highly anticipated Windows on Queen exhibition. Taking place on the main street of St Marys, the exhibition will tell the story of 12 historic sites through artistic posters in shop windows. The exhibition will allow visitors to Queen […]

It’s now easier to find a park in St Marys

Posted by Terry Hansen on July 6th, 2018 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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It’s now even easier to visit the team at Professionals St Marys thanks to the creation of new parking spaces along Queen Street. More than 50 extra parking spaces are now located in the St Marys Town Centre, which will benefit everyone visiting the vicinity such as local shoppers and businesses. According to a statement […]

Changes to planned Western Sydney corridors

Posted by Terry Hansen on June 29th, 2018 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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Property owners concerned about the proposed Western Sydney corridors may now be able to breath a sigh of relief with news from the NSW Government that plans have now been altered to impact fewer properties. The state government has reverted to the gazetted corridor for the Bells Line Road Castlereagh Connection that was first identified […]

Western Sydney a state budget winner

Posted by Terry Hansen on June 22nd, 2018 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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Western Sydney has come out as a big winner in the latest NSW State Budget with a number of key projects announced that are set to greatly benefit the region. The latest budget, which has outlined how the government plans to spend $51.2 billion over the four years to 2021-22, has acknowledged the important role […]

World Trade Centre proposed for outer western Sydney

Posted by Terry Hansen on June 15th, 2018 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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Plans for an aerotropolis in outer western Sydney are gaining momentum with a proposal for an $8 billion World Trade Centre ‘city’ being submitted to the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet. The proposal has been made by the Aerotropolis Group, who owns a 120-hecatre parcel of land in Bringelly, located just three kilometres from the […]

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