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
Sydney is expected to build twice as many dwellings over the next 5 years as compared to the historical average over the past 20 years.
Belmore and Lakemba will be future high/medium density residential precincts, through the introduction of the Sydney Metro Stage 2 trains.
Westmead is a newly announced priority precinct which will help increase the supply of housing within the greater Parramatta area
Cherrybrook will become a priority precinct with adjusted zoning rules for more development around its Metro station which opens in 2019.
The Leppington Town Centre is set to become a priority precinct as announced by the NSW Government. It will include high-density & mixed-use.
Riverwood is set to become a new priority precinct within Sydney. More high-density & mixed-use developments around Riverwood Station