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HPS Outlook June 2021

Across Australia, the Hunter region is one of the largest regional economies, and the Hunter Regional Plan (HRP) 2036 outlines how growth will be supported and encouraged to realise goals by 2036.

The region includes the Local Government Areas (LGA’s) of Cessnock, Muswellbrook, Dungog, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, MidCoast, Newcastle, Port Stephens, Singleton and Upper Hunter.

HPS Outlook May 2021

The Eastern City District will focus on improving performance and enhancing productivity of existing centres and health and education precincts to underpin growth through the district over the next 20 years. The region includes the local government areas (LGA’s) of Bayside, Burwood, Canada Bay, City of Sydney, Inner West, Randwick, Strathfield, Waverley and Woollahra.

The plan will put emphasis on growing Health and Education Precincts including Camperdown-Ultimo, Randwick and Kogarah and maximising the benefits of the Innovation Corridor.

HPS Outlook April 2021

Over the next 20 years, the East City District Plan will support growth with infrastructure to improve the economic performance by increasing competitiveness. The plan aims to provide housing in supported locations, improve employment opportunities and grow health and education precincts and strategic centres throughout the district.

The region includes the local government areas (LGA’s) of Bayside, Burwood, Canada Bay, City of Sydney, Inner West, Randwick, Strathfield, Waverley and Woollahra.

HPS Outlook March 2021

The Western City District seeks to maximise existing and planning infrastructure to improve connectivity and productivity across the region to underpin future growth and prosperity by 2036.

The region comprises the local government areas (LGA’s) of Blue Mountains, Camden, Campbelltown, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Liverpool, Penrith and Wollondilly.

The metropolitan clusters located in the Western City District include:

  • Western Sydney Airport and Badgerys Creek Aerotropolis
  • Liverpool
  • Greater Penrith
  • Campbelltown-Macarthur

HPS Outlook February 2021

Over the next 20 years, Western City District will benefit from significant investment and government collaborations to provide infrastructure, education to underpin future economic growth and support an increasing population. This will help to achieve the goal of the Greater Sydney Region Plan which aims for residents to live within a 30-minute radius of a metropolitan centre/cluster.

The Western City District Outlook has been divided into two parts due to initiatives in progress or planned for the region. Part two will focus on metropolitan clusters and strategic centres across the district.

The region includes the local government areas (LGA’s) of Blue Mountains, Camden, Campbelltown, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Liverpool, Penrith and Wollondilly.

HPS Outlook January 2021

The North District emphasises the value of Health and Education Precincts and Strategic Centres to support anticipated growth across the district by 2036. The region comprises the local government areas (LGA’s) of Hornsby, Hunters Hill, Ku-ring-gai, Lane Cove, Mosman, North Sydney, Northern Beaches and Willoughby.

There are three Health and Education Precincts (also dual classified as Strategic Centres) located in the North District including Macquarie Park, St Leonard’s and Frenchs Forest.

HPS Outlook December 2020

Across the North District, growth will be focused on achieving three initiatives including supplying
housing and infrastructure in the right locations, providing new employment opportunities to
underpin growth and improving communities and environment. Looking ahead, the government
plans to concentrate growth in Strategic Centres throughout the district and along major transport
infrastructure. 

HPS Outlook September 2020

The Central City District will play an important role in achieving the goals within the over arching Greater Sydney Region Plan to support population and economic growth in the coming decades. Greater Parramatta and more specifically Parramatta CBD will be the focal hub for the district to generate employment opportunities leading to rising population and greater housing demand.

HPS Outlook August 2020

Our philosophy focuses on using research to help make well informed business and property decisions that can be implemented today and safeguard for the future. The HPS Outlook newsletter will initially concentrate on New South Wales with insight on growth corridors, population projections, demographics, local and state government initiatives and major infrastructure projects.