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Williamtown set to become ‘Special Activation Precinct’ a win for defence industry

Williamtown set to become ‘Special Activation Precinct’ a win for defence industry

The NSW government has announced that the defence and aerospace hub supporting RAAF Base Williamtown will be designated as a 'Special Activation Precinct', drawing support from industry, accelerating economic development and the creation of highly skilled jobs. The Hunter region and northern NSW...

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High-flying PM channels his inner Maverick

High-flying PM channels his inner Maverick

Scott Morrison bounded into the air force base as the Top Gun theme song blared over the speakers. Little did the prime minister know his photo opportunity was on course to become a highway to the Danger Zone. Mr Morrison channelled his inner Maverick as he climbed into the cockpit of an F-35 f...

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HomeBuilder Take Up Doubles Expectations

HomeBuilder Take Up Doubles Expectations

The HomeBuilder grant scheme is twice as popular as anticipated and is set to cost the government an expected $2 billion. The original estimate for the scheme was $680 million for 27,000 grants when the prime minister first announced the initiative in June. The latest figures released from the ...

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Federal Government extends HomeBuilder program for another three months but at a lower rate

Federal Government extends HomeBuilder program for another three months but at a lower rate

Property price caps have been lifted and the amount of time given to start construction extended. A Federal Government program offering cash grants for housing construction projects has been extended, but at a lower amount. The HomeBuilder scheme currently provides $25,000 grants to eligible pe...

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NSW to phase out stamp duty as state announces record deficit

NSW to phase out stamp duty as state announces record deficit

Treasurer Dominic Perrottet will undertake the state’s biggest tax reform in decades with stamp duty to be phased out to boost the economy as NSW records a historic $16 billion budget deficit. In his fourth budget, handed down on Tuesday, Mr Perrottet said replacing stamp duty with an annu...

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Energy Renaissance names Hunter region for Australia’s first battery “gigafactory”

The New South Wales Hunter region has been named as the preferred location for what is likely to be Australia's first gigawatt-scale lithium-ion battery manufacturing operation, right in the middle of the state's coal and gas heartland. Energy Renaissance said on Tuesday that it would start buil...

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Federal Government to pledge $560 million towards the construction of the Singleton Bypass

Federal Government to pledge $560 million towards the construction of the Singleton Bypass

AFTER years of talk, the Federal Government will finally commit $560 million towards the development of the Singleton Bypass at Tuesday's budget. Given the project's estimated cost of around $700 million, only another $45m would be required by the state government, who have already spent or pled...

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Government extends first home buyer support in hope of driving new construction

Government extends first home buyer support in hope of driving new construction

The Federal Government will add an additional 10,000 places to a scheme designed to make it easier for first home buyers to purchase a house with a small deposit. The First Home Loan Deposit scheme allows people to purchase property with a deposit of five per cent, with the Government guaranteei...

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Thousands of jobs for regional NSW through $3 billion jobs and infrastructure fund

The NSW Government can today reveal it has allocated another $400m of its $3 billion Jobs and Infrastructure Acceleration Fund to regional projects. Last week, the government announced $2.4 billion in funding, which included $1.4 billion in accelerated funding for regional projects. This brings ...

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Construction of new Sydney airport terminal due to start next year

Construction of new Sydney airport terminal due to start next year

Construction of a passenger terminal at Sydney's new $5.3 billion international airport is expected to start by the end of next year after several large contractors were shortlisted for the work. The federal government has also released further concept designs for Western Sydney Airport's termin...

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New national park opens with aim to protect koalas 'for future generations'

New national park opens with aim to protect koalas 'for future generations'

Important koala habitat will be protected for future generations with the creation of Guula Ngurra National Park. Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the creation of the new park in the Southern Highlands, which was gazetted on Sunday, would secure the future of koalas in the wild. "Koalas are an i...

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Coal projects fast-tracked…

Coal projects fast-tracked…

Proposed changes at Chain Valley Colliery, Mannering Colliery and Vales Point Power Station have been fast tracked by the NSW Government to inject $65M into the economy and boost employment by 170 jobs. It is one of 19 projects nominated in the third round of the NSW Planning System Acceleration...

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Construction industry calls for HomeBuilder extension to prevent 'calamitous' economic slump

Construction industry calls for HomeBuilder extension to prevent 'calamitous' economic slump

Master Builders Australia wants the federal government to extend the HomeBuilders stimulus program for a year, at an estimated cost of $1.3 billion. Master Builders Australia claims the scheme announced in June has been "the most effective government stimulus measure in a decade".The building an...

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Ripley Rail Line a Crucial Link in Region’s Infrastructure Chain

Ripley Rail Line a Crucial Link in Region’s Infrastructure Chain

Connectivity is key to transforming the Ripley region over the next decade, with Ripley Town Centre at the heart of a 25-kilometre public transport corridor from Ipswich Central to Springfield Central, providing residents with affordable access to surrounding communities and ensuring new cities a...

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Gold Coast Airport Rail Plans Pick Up Steam

Gold Coast Airport Rail Plans Pick Up Steam

Plans are picking up steam to connect the Gold Coast light rail to the airport and create a pedestrian “ocean-way” along Palm Beach. Council and the state government are embarking on the $7 million joint venture to create a business case for the rail project aimed to boost the local ...

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Proportion of first-home buyers in the market hits a decade high

Proportion of first-home buyers in the market hits a decade high

Millennials are leading Australia’s house hunting charge as real estate agents across the capitals report a surge in first-home buyers looking to make lemonade from COVID-19 lemons. While investors steer clear of the market and mature property owners resist the urge to sell for fear of a d...

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Construction to begin on $11 billion Western Sydney airport metro line

Construction will begin this year on a metro line linking the new Western Sydney airport and St Marys railway station, after a $5.25 billion injection from the Federal Government announced today. Two new metro stations will also be built at Luddenham and Orchard Hills as part of th...

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NSW Kick-Starts Economy With $7.5bn Project List

NSW Kick-Starts Economy With $7.5bn Project List

The NSW government has unveiled the first tranche of "shovel-ready" projects it says will kick start the state's lethargic construction pipeline in the wake of Covid-19. The 24 projects include Malcolm Turnbull’s pet project Snowy Hydro 2.0—a $4.6 billion injection—along with 4...

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Brisbane’s Top 15 Major Projects 2020

Brisbane is officially under construction. Everywhere you look, there is a major construction site underway. A city of 2.5 million, a region of 3.6 million, the city is undergoing monumental change, with 2020 welcoming the start of many new major projects about to come online. The video above co...

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Alex Avenue new primary school

We are building a new school in Schofields to support the growing community.  The new school will accommodate 500 students and allow growth in the future for 1,000 students. The benefits Flexible teaching spaces. New administration and staff areas. New hall. New libra...

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An additional primary school to be built at Warnervale

The new school, initially for 460 students, will be built at 75 Warnervale Rd and will supplement the existing primary school on the corner of Minnesota Rd at 179 Warnervale Rd. The school population will increase in stages to a total 1,000. There will be community consultation before the new sc...

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Go-ahead given for medium-density homes

Go-ahead given for medium-density homes

There will be no further delays to the introduction of a code that will make it easier for landowners and developers to build terraces and other medium-density homes, NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes says. Despite the medium-density housing code coming into force two years ago, the introdu...

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Government Accelerates $3.8bn Infrastructure Spend to Spur Economy

The federal government has announced it will put billions of dollars towards significant projects across the country, accelerating major infrastructure investments in a bid to stimulate the nation’s economy. Dismissing the move as “panic” or “crisis measures&rdquo...

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Queensland Push for 2032 Olympics

Queensland Push for 2032 Olympics

A collection of 32 prominent business and sports personalities have urged premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to commit to south-east Queensland's bid for the 2032 Olympics, which is due by the end of the month. The state government previously unveiled soft infrastructure plans and confirmed t...

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Proposed western Sydney airport to push up prices in Badgerys Creek

First home buyers, astute investors and optimistic land bankers are narrowing in on property in Badgerys Creek and neighbouring suburbs due to expected price growth following the eventual development of the Aerotropolis. Nestor and Rebecca Chan are looking to buy in Badgerys Creek or a neigh...

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Government Lists 9.5ha Site in Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct

The Queensland government has launched a parcel of development-ready land within the 200-hectare Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct at Southport. The Queensland government has launched a parcel of development-ready land within the 200-hectare Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precin...

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Looking towards 2036- 60,300 new dwellings proposed for the Greater Newcastle,including Maitland,Lake Macquarie and Newcastle

East Maitland will be one of the Hunter’s ‘catalyst areas’ in the next 20 years, setting targets for 1750 extra jobs, 550 extra homes and improved transport connections between Green Hills shopping centre and new hospital site.   East Maitland will be one of t...

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Looking towards 2036:- 60,300 new dwellings proposed for the Greater Newcastle,including Maitland,Lake Macquarie and Newcastle

East Maitland will be one of the Hunter’s ‘catalyst areas’ in the next 20 years, setting targets for 1750 extra jobs, 550 extra homes and improved transport connections between Green Hills shopping centre and new hospital site.   East Maitland will be one of t...

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Lendlease Wins Badgerys Creek Airport Contract

Lendlease’s engineering arm is for sale following being hit by losses and concern private contractors had been taking excessive risks to win low-margin work, the unit is still taking on projects deemed lower risk. Lendlease Engineering and joint venture Partner CPB Contractors hav...

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NSW funds defence precinct near Williamtown

The new ‘Astra Aerolab’ will house maintenance and support services for Australian fighter jets The NSW government has announced $11.7 million in funding to create a defence, aviation, aerospace and technology precinct in the Hunter region. NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro mad...

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Infrastructure Australia says roads and transport must 'catch up' to keep pace with population

The cost of congested roads and over-crowded public transport systems will double unless governments do more than just play "catch up" on transport projects, Australia's infrastructure advisory body has warned. The cost of congested roads and over-crowded public transport systems will double...

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Melbourne Suburban Rail Loop Moves Ahead

Initial site investigations for Melbourne's $50 billion Suburban Rail Loop will start in the second half of 2019 with specific station locations for the underground network yet to be finalised. Initial site investigations for Melbourne’s $50 billion Suburban Rail Loop will start in the s...

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Sunshine Coast Gets $225m Airport Runway in Tourism Boost

The Sunshine Coast will open up to more airborne visitors as a result of the construction of a new airport runway, generating demand for more tourism accommodation and services. The Sunshine Coast will open up to more airborne visitors as a result of the construction of a new airport runway, g...

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Regional Australia is big winner in the Federal Budget

There was very little directly related to housing in this year’s Federal Budget, however regional Australia is the clear winner. There was very little directly related to housing in this year’s Federal Budget, however regional Australia is the clear winner.   More sp...

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Green light for $650 million Sydney's Cockle Bay project

$649 million redevelopment in Sydney’s Cockle Bay, announced more than three years ago but left up in the air due to overshadowing concerns, has been given the green light by the state’s independent planning commission. A $649 million redevelopment in Sydney’s Cockle Bay, a...

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Tuggerah Lakes Private Hospital to open in May 2019

  Tuggerah Lakes Private Hospital (TLPH), the former Wyong Shire’s newest major health facility, has moved closer to completion, with staff announcing that the hospital will open in May. Tuggerah Lakes Private Hospital (TLPH), the former Wyong Shire’s newest major health fa...

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Maitland's new $43 million civic precinct will include the iconic Town Hall Cafe building

One of the city’s oldest commercial buildings will be incorporated into Maitland City Council’s $43 million civic precinct development which will include significant improvements to the town hall and the construction of a new administration building. General Manager D...

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Macquarie Park to get new $750m business district

A new commercial development at Macquarie Park has been labelled “Australia’s first community business district” by the developers who will commit $750 million to the project. A new commercial development labelled “Australia’s first community business district&r...

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Special planning proposals provide opportunity for 1,500 homes

Residential development at Lake Munmorah and a proposal to rezone land at Wallarah for employment uses and environmental conservation, are outlined in the Interim Darkinjung Development Delivery Plan Central Coast Council is currently progressing three Darkinjung planning proposals. Projects a...

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2020 Tuggerah Lakes Restoration Project launched

A Notice of Motion from Councillor Greg Best called for council to engage all levels of government in the timely lead-up to the 2019 elections, taking a “whole of lakes” approach through triggering a much needed 2020 Tuggerah Lakes Restoration Project. Central Coast Councillors v...

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NSW GOVERNMENT EYES NEW HOME FOR 4000 OFFICE WORKERS IN PARRAMATTA

The government’s property management agency, Property NSW, is calling for expressions of interest to lease office space for more than 4000 staff from 2022.   The NSW Government is on the hunt for up to 45,000 square metres of new office space in Parramatta. The gover...

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$470 million for the New Maitland Hospital.

The new Maitland Hospital could open as early as 2022, with the successful contractor and project manager announced on Wednesday.The new Maitland Hospital will be almost twice the size of the existing hospital, delivering on the NSW Government’s commitment to improve regional access to qu...

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$350m private hospital & medical precinct announced

A joint project by AA Crown Holdings and Northside Group, the $350m Northside Private Hospital and medical precinct will deliver world class medical services to complement Gosford’s existing public hospital. A major new private hospital and health precinct is earmarked for Racecourse R...

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Sydney residents move out as city depends on migrants for growth

Thousands of Sydneysiders are leaving their home suburbs for other parts of the city and the state with new figures revealing a slowdown in the capital's runaway population growth.Australian Bureau of Statistics data showed the Greater Sydney area added 93,411 residents through 2017-18, taking th...

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New $470m hospital brings care to country NSW

The new Maitland Hospital will provide an extensive range of adult and paediatric services including emergency, paediatric, maternity, chemotherapy and state-of-the-art operating suites.Located on a greenfield site in Metford, the brand new $470 million Maitland Hospital is set to boast st...

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$780 MILLION TO REDEVELOP JOHN HUNTER HOSPITAL

Families across the Hunter region will benefit from the redevelopment of John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle. As the major teaching and referral hospital for our region, this $780 million investment in John Hunter Hospital will also ensure locals can receive essential healthcare closer to home. ...

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Dahua strikes $140m deal to buy Point Cook site from land bankers

Dahua has bought one of the last large parcels of land in Point Cook.   Related Posts NorthConnex Tunnel proceeding as planned November 1, 2017 The various hidden costs of buying an old house August 4, 2017

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The Hunter Valley Investment Powers On

The project is set to generate 2000 new jobs and will be based at the Hunter Valley Economic Zone (HEZ), near Kurri Kurri at an estimated cost of 4 - 5 billion dollars. A Hong Kong investment firm says a deal has been signed to build two large coal-fired power plants ne...

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Coast’s water supply network gets $61million boost

Central Coast Council is preparing to deliver one of the region’s most significant infrastructure projects – a nine kilometre water pipeline from Mardi to Warnervale. The $61million project will boost water supply to the Central Coast’s rapidly growing northern suburbs and ...

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The leading regional economy in Australia:THE HUNTER REGION NSW

The Hunter region has an estimated 322,000 jobs and this is projected to increase to 384,000 by 2036. The Hunter has a GDP of $43 billion, substantially outpacing NT, TAS and ACT. This is in addition to urban development projects totalling nearly $4 billion dollars, vacancy rates in key areas as ...

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$2.8 Billion Tuggerah Precinct Investment : Central Coast

Now is the time to invest in Central coast region as NSW Government pledges $2.8 billion on new infrastructure. With creation of 5000 new homes, around 10,000 jobs created during construction of the project and more than 2,500 permanent local positions available as a result, this initial stage ...

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Warnervale new public school: Minister reassures parents

NSW Education Minister Rob Stokes has reassured parents that the new Warnervale Public School is on track to be completed by late 2021.     Mr Stokes was responding to concerns by Central Coast P and C president Sharryn Brownlee that the school plan might have been delaye...

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Big incentives for property investors under new housing package

As part of its housing affordability plans, the federal opposition has announced its plans to incentivise property investors should it come into power next year. On 16 December, Bill Shorten announced a $6.6 billion plan to address housing affordability, which directly involves incentives. ...

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A Fast Rail Future for NSW

The NSW Government has a vision for vibrant and growing regional economies, providing NSW residents with more jobs, greater opportunities and better quality of life. Vision Many of our state’s regional areas have room to grow and are keen to draw in more investment, ...

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Wyong Hospital redevelopment Pictures and video reveal plan

Designs have been unveiled for the $200 million Wyong Hospital Redevelopment. When complete, the redevelopment will increase the service capacity of the hospital with an additional building and a revamp of some existing areas. There will be a new and enhanced Emergency Department; enhance...

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Kangy Angy Rail Maintenance Facility: design images revealed

The first images of the $300 million new Intercity Fleet maintenance facility at Kangy Angy have been released by the State Government. The controversial development has been the scene of protests by local residents who say their quiet area has been totally trashed by construction of the f...

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Developer Concessions to Increase Medium Density Housing in NSW

Low-rise medium-density housing, widely considered “the missing part” of NSW housing stock, could be the way forward as new concessions for developers kick in. NSW is currently experiencing consistent growth in townhouse development and a surge in medium-density viewership over the l...

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Sydney-to-Canberra 'very fast train' the focus for $4.2-billion Snowy Hydro Fund

Part of the Snowy Hydro Legacy Fund is set to be spent on funding a new corridor for a “very fast train” between Canberra and Sydney. Key points: The NSW Government says the $4.2 billion fund will be used for rail and road connectivity, freight, aviation and digital connecti...

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Central Coast wave park: Council to investigate potential sites

FORCES are gathering for the Central Coast’s very own wave park. Millionaire properly developer Tony Denny would be willing to invest and Central Coast Council has committed to investigate potential sites. A wave park is a swimming pool with artificially generated, large waves simil...

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Snowy Hydro Scheme sale could deliver $400m to Central Coast

An estimated $400m in Snowy Hydro Scheme funding is expected to be made available to Central Coast Council from the NSW Government’s sale of its share of the Snowy Hydro Scheme to the Federal Government. The NSW Snowy Hydro Scheme Legacy Fund has a $4.1b commitment for projects in region...

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ACT investment up with light rail, but expected to slow next year

ACT government investment in infrastructure projects has risen 10 per cent in the past year, largely due to the stage one light rail project, but it is expected to slow next year, as work on the project ends. The June quarterly Deloitte investment monitor shows the value of territory governmen...

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$50b underground train network for Melbourne’s suburbs announced by Premier

MASSIVE $50bn pledge to connect all of Melbourne’s rail lines with an underground loop hasn’t been inspected by Victoria’s independent infrastructure body. The unfunded plan would take decades to build. A PROPOSED underground train network for Melbourne would carry passenge...

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Tourism Central Coast encourages everyone to ‘have a little adventure'

Tourism Central Coast is spilling the beans on being “Sydney’s best-kept adventure secret” in its latest campaign.  “Our research identified very early on that there was a clear disconnect between perceptions of the Central Coast and the actual reality”, says A...

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Central Coast Gateway to future growth

Woongarrah, Hamlyn Terrace, Wadalba, Warnervale, and Glenning Valley are the epicentre of residential development on the Central Coast, endorsed by the NSW Government’s Central Coast Regional Plan 2036. This special report looks at how hundreds of acres of greenfield land and bush...

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Aerotropolis: Gigabit city to create 12,000 jobs and 3000 homes in western Sydney

THE Western Sydney Aerotropolis officially lifts off today with the turning of the first sod on a $5 billion Sydney Science Park that will deliver 12,000 jobs and 3000 homes. The futuristic science park on a 280ha site at Luddenham is the first major development off the back of Sydney’s pl...

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Victorian Government Pledges $5 Billion for Airport Rail Link

Construction of the long-awaited Melbourne airport rail link could start within four years after the Victorian Labor government promised to match a $5 billion funding pledge commitment from the federal government. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews promised his government would invest if Labo...

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NSW Government Plans $386m Development at Tallawong Station

The NSW government’s land and property development arm, Landcom, has unveiled plans for a $390 million development for 1,100 homes adjacent to the new Tallawong Metro Station. The precinct, which will stretch across 7.8 hectares, will include 85,000sq m of residential development and 900...

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Parramatta’s $1bn Light Rail Set to Begin Construction

Parramatta’s Light Rail is scheduled to commence stage one of construction by the end of 2018 after receiving planning approval. The first stage of the Light Rail plan, a two-way track which will span 12 kilometres, will connect the Westmead health precinct to Carlingford via Parramatta ...

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$300M Kangy Angy rail facility: Work to begin and new jobs created

IT’S time to accept that the rail maintenance facility is going ahead in Kangy Angy and celebrate the benefits to the Central Coast. That was the message from Central Coast Parliamentary Secretary Scot MacDonald as he turned the first sod at the Turpentine Road site yesterday. Const...

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Campbelltown’s population set to boom over next 30 years

CAMPBELLTOWN is set to more than double in size over the next 30 years with a radical new plan to be unveiled today providing a blueprint for how its residents will live and work in the city in the years to come. An extra 500,000 residents are expected to move into the area within three decade...

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Sydney to Newcastle rail line to be a business case for faster services

REDUCING travel time between Newcastle and Sydney from three to two hours could be a “game changer” for the Central Coast. Straighter tracks, removal of level crossings and increased speeds over 120km will be explored with a view to shorten the journey on the Coastal rail line....

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New Business Prospectus for Hunter and Central Coast Regions released

Great News for the Central Coast and Hunter Regions A recent update to the Investment Prospectus of the Hunter and Central Coast Regions has been released giving a great insight into investment in these regions. Some of the main points include: Central Coast The Central Coast contribute...

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New rehabilitation ward in Woy Woy

New rehabilitation facilities have been approved for a local hospital. A new rehabilitation ward has been opened at the Woy Woy Hospital, which began construction in January 2017 at a cost of $10M, includes 24 rehabilitation beds, a gym, hydrotherapy pool, and a separate entranceway and faci...

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Power woes for Central Coast Rail Line? NO MORE!!

Central coast rail line gets major upgrade New infrastructure aimed at securing power for the Central Coast-Newcastle railway line in coming years has been unveiled in Gosford. The power substation has been under construction under the Brian McGowan bridge since August 2017, as part of...

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Draft Greater Newcastle Metropolitan Plan Outlines future changes for Newcastle Region

The NSW Government has released a Draft Greater Newcastle Metropolitan Plan which sets out urban strategies to 2036 for Newcastle City, Cessnock, Lake Macquarie, Maitland and Port Stephens. The plan was released on 30 November by NSW chief planner Gary White. It is at this stage a draft plan...

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NorthConnex Tunnel proceeding as planned

Great news for residents in the Central Coast and for tourism in the area. A faster and safer journey between the Central Coast and Sydney is on the way for motorists, with work onNorthConnex on track to be completed in late 2019.Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast Scot MacDonald M...

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$12.5M Medical research institute for Gosford

World-class Central Coast Medical School and Research Institute announced for Gosford THE Turnbull government will commit $12.5 million more to the Central Coast Medical School and Medical Research Institute in Gosford so it can attract world-class academics and medical professionals when ...

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Upgrade to the M1 Motorway underway

$145M Updrage between Doyalson and Tuggerah The busy 12-kilometre stretch between Doyalson and Tuggerah will be widened to three lanes in each direction. The work includes rebuilding a 9-kilometre section of the road to provide a “smoother and more durable surface...

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Newcastle is the next big thing to boom

STEP aside Sydney. While you’re one of the most expensive cities in the world, another city has become the next big thing. STEP aside Sydney.   Huge investments in transport, the rejuvenation of the city foreshore, a revitalised central business district, an upsized university a...

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$200M Upgrade to Wyong Hospital, supported by both parties

Major Infrastructure upgrades for the Wyong-Warnervale area healthcare systems Major improvements to the Wyong Hospital have been set in stone with the confirmation of funding from both political parties. Work is expected to start in February 2018 on a 500 space car park with the additional ...

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$150M upgrade to Warnervale, new town centre and rail station

  Warnervale tipped to receive a major boost to economy with new town centre Recent work towards to the future construction of the Warnervale Town Centre has begun with the approval of various Developmental Approvals. Some of these approvals include: • Development Control Plan ap...

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