Western Sydney’s Bright Future

Written by Dyldam

22 October, 2019

Western Sydney is set to experience a once-in-a-lifetime transformation. 
With $17 billion infrastructure investment helping to cement its future, Western Sydney is the envy of the nation. 

Productivity and prosperity are being redefined by Western Sydney International Airport, the jewel in the infrastructure boom. 

While not due to open until 2026, the local economy is already seeing an uplift as a result of Nancy-Bird Walton Airport.  50% of the workforce employed for the airport’s Early Earthworks contract are being sourced locally.  Good news for small business; which is also benefiting from the $37million spent in the project’s first year.

$5.3 billion airport is expected to operate 24/7, attracting 10 million global and local travellers.  It is expected to generate 28,000 jobs by 2031.

Radiating out from the airport will be the $7 billion Badgerys Creek Transport link, with a Freight Terminal planned for St Marys. Multi-million-dollar upgrades are forecast for Nepean Hospital and campuses of Western Sydney University.  The proposed $5 billion Sydney Science Park will be a 280 hectare international hub for scientific research and technology.

Such transformation will create commercial and residential property opportunities for shrewd buyers.  Do you have Western Sydney on your radar?

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Dyldam’s next Western Sydney development is Jasper St Marys.

For more project info visit: www.jasperstmarys.com.au

This article is general in nature and should not be construed as advice.

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