Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Granville. Concern over government decision

Parramatta City Council Lord Mayor, Paul Garrard, has questioned the value of a new state authority aimed at developing future housing and commercial projects in Granville and other sites across Sydney. He said the Sydney Metropolitan Development Authority announced by Minister for Planning, Tony Kelly, would do little to facilitate or support future growth in Western Sydney and he was concerned that Granville was chosen as a “priority area” for future development. He was keen to know why the Granville Town Centre and Auto Alley had been targeted by the state government and how its re-development will benefit the future growth of Western Sydney. “Future investment surely must be targeted towards the Parramatta CBD, home to the sixth biggest economy in the country and gateway to Western Sydney,” he said.



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