About the Program
The Central to Eveleigh Urban Transformation and Transport Program aims to progressively transform government-owned land along the rail corridor in the inner city over the next 30 years. It will help to meet current and future needs for local residents and a growing global Sydney by providing new community facilities and open space, a mix of new housing and employment opportunities, and improved connections across the rail corridor. Visit About to learn more about the program.
Central to Eveleigh Snapshot
UrbanGrowth NSW is considering the potential of 80-110 hectares of government owned land. This may see 15,000 - 26,000 additional residents. To ensure a holistic approach to sustainable growth our studies considered the impacts of potential population growth on infrastructure in a wider 500 hectare study area. While this informed our research, our future draft urban transformation strategy will focus on the 80-110 hectares of government owned land in the identified precincts.
Study Area Potential new residents & workersProgram Area Potential new residents & workers
29,000 - 56,000 Potential new residents15,000 - 26,000 Potential new residents
14,000 - 25,000 Potential new workers13,000 - 22,000 Potential new workers
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Project announced in 2013 and preliminary investigations conducted in 2013-14.
Consultation in 2013 and 2014 to develop the approach and identify opportunities and constraints.
Urban transformation vision
Consultation on a vision for the corridor in 2014.
Urban transformation planning and design principles
Consultation on draft design and planning principles between May and July 2015.
North Eveleigh precinct
Consultation on park design, community uses and naming in March-April 2016.
Urban transformation strategy delivery framework
Consultation on the draft urban transformation strategy in 2016.
North Eveleigh precinct plan
Statutory consultation on the North Eveleigh precinct plan in 2016.
Consultation on individual precinct plans and appropriate planning pathways to support rezoning proposals.
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