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VIBRANT FUTURE FOR NORTH WILTON SECURED WITH REZONING

A lakeside community, greater choice in housing and thousands of jobs close to home underpin the final strategy for North Wilton. Department of Planning and Environment’s Acting Deputy Secretary, Planning and Design, Brett Whitworth, today announced the area has been rezoned to create a vibrant new bushland community, framed by green space and supported by…

$770 MILLION IN STATE INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTED FOR WILTON

Up to $770 million worth of state infrastructure will help deliver a vibrant community with up to 15,000 homes and 15,000 jobs in Sydney’s South West. Minister for Planning and Housing, Anthony Roberts, today announced the release of Wilton 2040 – A Plan for the Wilton Growth Area – a blueprint for the area and…

DRAFT PLANNING AGREEMENT GOES ON EXHIBITION

A draft planning agreement, which sets out the proposed contribution Bradcorp would make towards roadworks, public transport and social infrastructure for North Wilton, is now on exhibition. The agreement proposes a contribution to be made for each of the residential lots proposed for the land and the investment of $2,500,000 for the engagement of a…

VIBRANT NEW COMMUNITY FOR NORTH WILTON

Plans for a vibrant new community at North Wilton, framed by green space and supported by schools, shops and community facilities are on exhibition for community consultation. Minister for Planning and Housing, Anthony Roberts, said the draft precinct plan would create a dynamic new community just north of the proposed Wilton New Town as well…

INTERIM LAND USE AND INFRASTUCTURE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN RELEASED FOR WILTON

The NSW Department of Planning and Environment is seeking community comment on its plans for Wilton. An Interim Land Use and Infrastructure Implementation Plan for Wilton is currently on exhibition. The landowners including Bradcorp have long maintained that Wilton New Town needs to be supported by significant investment in key infrastructure including public transport and…

NEW TOWN AT WILTON TO CREATE THOUSANDS OF NEW HOMES AND JOBS

Plans for a new town at Wilton and rezoning in Wilton South East that will create around 15,000 new homes supported by schools, transport, shops, businesses, community facilities and open space is on exhibition for community consultation. Minister for Planning and Housing, Anthony Roberts, said the detailed plan would create a vibrant new self-contained community…

BRADCORP WELCOMES BUDGET FUNDING FOR EDUCATION

The NSW Budget delivered significant gains for Sydney’s south-west, foremost amongst them funding for a new public school at Wilton New Town. Peter Brennan, Chief Executive of Bradcorp, the largest landholder within the proposed Wilton New Town, said the Government commitment to funding infrastructure to meet the community needs of the fast-growing region was a…

NORTH WILTON TO GENERATE JOBS AND INFRASTRUCTURE BOOM

Bradcorp’s proposal for North Wilton has been developed over many years with the aim of creating a new community that will be the jewel of the southwest, providing the homes, jobs, infrastructure and natural environment that will support a modern, healthy lifestyle. The largest landholding within the proposed Wilton New Town, declared a priority growth…

MINING AGREEMENT A STEP FORWARD FOR NORTH WILTON PROJECT

Leading developer Bradcorp today announced it had reached an agreement with mining company South32 in regard to the North Wilton project, a community-focused housing and employment development planned for South West Sydney. Under the agreement, South32 has agreed to relinquish rights under Bradcorp’s land to facilitate rezoning for residential purposes, allowing development to proceed without…

WILTON NEW TOWN BECOMES PRIORITY GROWTH AREA FOR NSW GOVERNMENT

The NSW Government’s decision to declare Wilton New Town as a Priority Growth Area has been welcomed by Bradcorp as it paves the way for the creation of the first new town in NSW for decades.Bradcorp Chief Executive Peter Brennan said the announcement by Planning Minister Rob Stokes and its gazetting today was welcome news…