Thursday, 30 August 2012

North West. $100 million project

The NSW Government has approved a $100 million project to provide vital water infrastructure to enable the development of 13,000 new homes Sydney’s north-west. The 14 kilometres of pipelines, two reservoirs, two pumping stations and 10 kilometres of pipelines will service residential and land release areas in Box Hill and Schofields. “There is potential to create around 17,500 jobs across the precincts in the business park, light industrial and retail and commercial areas,” Minister for Planning and Infrastructure, Brad Hazzard, said. “Schofields has already been zoned for urban development and revised plans for the Box Hill industrial precincts were recently put out for public feedback.”

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