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22 August 2018 Posted by 


PENRITH’S transformation into a hub for research, technology and innovation received a major boost as the first sod was turned at the Sydney Science Park site in Luddenham.
Penrith Mayor John Thain said the landmark event will be remembered as a milestone in Penrith’s growth and development.
"The Sydney Science Park is exactly the kind of development we need to build a strong local economy with a range of innovative and accessible jobs and high-quality education opportunities,” said Cr Thain.
“The Science Park will attract the world's leading scientific professionals and organisations to Western Sydney and be a catalyst for more local jobs and investment in Penrith.
Once complete, the Science Park, being developed by Celestino, will create 12,000 knowledge-based jobs and be home to more than 10,000 residents. It will also cater to more than 10,000 students, including those from Sydney’s first dedicated STEM school.
“We’re excited to be working with partners to realise our goal of delivering up to 55,000 local jobs by 2031, and the Science Park is an example of this in action. More local jobs and more opportunities for world-class education right on our doorstep.”


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