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21 September 2020 Posted by 


Vibrant new neighbourhood in renewal  
LIVERPOOL City Council is planning for the future urban renewal of the Warwick Farm racing precinct to support new jobs, housing and open space.
In-line with Connected Liverpool 2040, the city’s Local Strategic Planning Statement, Council has prepared a draft structure plan and planning proposal to support the rezoning of the 28.4-hectare Warwick Farm racing precinct to include higher residential densities, encourage mixed-use developments and new public recreation space. 
“We want to create a vibrant, liveable neighbourhood to support our growing city which has fantastic amenity, access to public space on the Georges River and is well connected to jobs and education in the Liverpool city centre by public and active transport,” Liverpool Mayor Wendy Waller said. 
“This will be an example of density done right and we will carefully consider community feedback as we refine our plans.”  
The draft structure plan envisages the rezoning of the Warwick Farm racing precinct to B4 Mixed Use in the west of the precinct, in the immediate vicinity of Warwick Farm train station; R4 High Density Residential in the centre; and RE1 Public Recreation in the precinct’s east and south.  
“The future local centre adjacent to Warwick Farm station will become the heart of the new neighbourhood, with a mix of retail and hospitality, high-quality urban spaces and community facilities all in convenient proximity,” Mayor Waller said.  
“We also want to ensure the urban environment features leafy streets, is pedestrian and cycle friendly, and gradually decreases in height towards Rosedale Oval and the new neighbourhood parks to optimise amenity.” 
To view the draft plans and provide a submission by 12 October 2020. 
About Liverpool City Council 
Liverpool is one of the largest local government areas in metropolitan Sydney, Australia, with more than 220,000 residents living in 42 suburbs. Home to Western Sydney International Airport, the Western Sydney Aerotropolis and Liverpool Innovation Precinct, Liverpool is emerging as Sydney’s third CBD and Liverpool City Council is working to make the growing city a wonderful place to live, work, invest, study and visit. At the heart of every council is our ability to deliver local community services – such as the maintenance of parks, roads and collecting household waste. 


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