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Western Sydney City Deal Agreement

Wollondilly Council is part of the Western Sydney City Deal signed in March 2018 – a landmark agreement between the three levels of government to jointly invest in urban planning initiatives that will improve the prosperity, sustainability and sustainability of Western Sydney. The City Deal brings together the resources of the Commonwealth and NSW governments and the eight Western Parkland councils to provide projects that support major cities: connectivity, employment, investment, environmental sustainability and sustainability. The Western Sydney City Deal defines the City of Parkland`s investment base to become a fully realized 21st century city. “It`s phenomenal to see what a year later the City Deal delivered for Western Sydney – with 19 more years of this 20-year deal, we`re sewing the seeds of a 22nd century city.” During the 20 years of the agreement, there will be a $20 billion investment in changing infrastructure that will make Western Sydney an enviable place to live, work and play. The City Deal defines the investment foundation for Western Parkland City to become a global city enriched by its heritage and connected to the world. An infrastructure fund to facilitate the development of smart urban infrastructure in Australia, Europe, North America and others… In order to provide the growth infrastructure pacts, the Greater Sydney Commission will establish working relationships with a large number of partners, including Western City utilities. Stuart Ayres, Sydney`s Minister of Employment, Investment, Tourism and West, said the annual progress report shows that an unprecedented level of partnership at all three levels of government is already bringing opportunities to the people of Western Parkland City. Global investment and innovation will thrive in Badgerys Creek Aerotropolis. Smart jobs will spread through the growth of education districts, health and industry, and employment centres in Liverpool, Penrith and Campbelltown. The region`s strategic centres – Richmond, Windsor, St Marys, Narellan, Katoomba, Fairfield and Leppington – will benefit from new jobs. The Western Parkland City Authority is a commitment to the Western Sydney City Deal. .

The Western Sydney City Deal, signed by the mayors of eight councils, the NSW government and the federal government, is a partnership to lay the foundations for a thriving western city of 1.5 million people in 20 years. 2019 – the first city deal management report is published. A $150 million program will provide each local government region with sustainability projects that are essential to the development of community infrastructure in community growth.