High-rise apartment approvals within Sydney are down from the peak to the tune of 20% in 2018 when comparing approvals to the height of the high-density boom in 2016. There were approx. ~28,000 approvals in the year to Q1 2018 as compared to the ~36,000 recorded in 2016.
The Main T1 Western Line between Parramatta & the Sydney CBD (Central station) is currently booming with highrise residential & mixed-use developments which is set to change the face of Sydney turning its railway stations into mini hubs & in some cases mini CBDs.
The Western Sydney City Deal is a federal government initiative along with 8 LGAs within Western Sydney outlining the future plan for Western Sydney which is complementary to the coming Western Sydney Airport in 2026 & The new Parkland City Aerotropolis in Sydney's West next to the airport.
Macquarie Group's Sydney Metro Martin Place Over Station Development has been determined by the Department of Planning & Environment & the result shows the development has been approved.
Instead of retro-fitting our old cities with overly expensive infrastructure, what if we created new greenfield cities where we can properly place all the infrastructure a thriving city requires beforehand?
Sydney which is a city of 5 million now has more cranes than the rest of Australia combined fuelling its biggest apartment boom ever!
Build Sydney takes a look at the advantages & disadvantages of low, medium & high-density housing in the Sydney Metro area.
The Greater Parramatta & Olympic Peninsula (GPOP) will experience a massive 113,000 extra jobs & 72,000 extra homes by 2036.
Seven Hills & Wentworthville will be the next boom suburbs along the Western Rail Line thanks to the rise of the Parramatta CBD.
The Schofields Town Centre will complement the Rouse Hill Town Centre & become a major centre along with Marsden Park in the North-West