Share your ideas - Bradfield City Centre Master Plan
Bradfield City Centre sits at the heart of the Western Sydney Aerotropolis, the area surrounding the Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport. The 114-hectare development will supercharge the creation of jobs and economic opportunities across Western Sydney.
The high-tech city will be an Indo-Pacific hub for innovation, research and advanced manufacturing and offer new services and attractions for Western Sydney residents including world-class transport and infrastructure. It is being sustainably designed for the future with inbuilt digital capabilities and smart technology.
Bradfield City Centre’s location next to the new airport means that it will also be a global city that supports a night time economy, beautiful parks, playgrounds and a buzzing cultural life.
We want to hear your ideas as we build on the vision and goals of the Aerotropolis Precinct Plan for Bradfield City Centre. Use our three themes to help spark your ideas of what you would like to see in the city.
Artist: This beautiful artwork was commissioned for the WPCA from Western Sydney-based, 100% Aboriginal owned Dalmarri. It represents the beauty of mountains, rivers, grasslands, plains, flora and fauna, and totems all under the sunset of this magnificent deep-rooted Western Sydney Country.
Where is Bradfield City Centre?
Located on Badgerys Creek Road Bringelly, Bradfield City Centre sits within the Aerotropolis Core Precinct, one of five precincts surrounding the Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport.
What is the Western Parkland City Authority?
The Western Parkland City Authority (WPCA) is the NSW Government agency responsible for delivering, coordinating and attracting investment to the Western Parkland City. The WPCA has been granted permission by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment to prepare a master plan for the Bradfield City Centre.
The Western Parkland City (WPC) is the economic powerhouse of Greater Sydney and covers eight local government areas including: the Blue Mountains, Camden, Campbelltown, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Liverpool, Penrith and Wollondilly.
How is master planning carried out?
Master planning across the Aerotropolis is guided by the Department of Planning and Environment (DPE) through the Aerotropolis Master Plan Guidelines. The WPCA has been granted permission by the DPE to prepare a master plan for the Bradfield City Centre.
A set of Master Plan Requirements outline the technical studies and consultations that must form part of our Master Plan Application. Early community engagement is a key requirement.
What is the master plan?
The Bradfield City Centre Master Plan will show how development in the city centre aligns with the Western Sydney Aerotropolis Plan and the Aerotropolis Core Precinct Plan. It will demonstrate the significant public, social, environmental, and economic benefits that will be provided by the new city centre. Driven by design excellence and with designing for Country, the master plan will outline the delivery of key infrastructure such as roads and utilities. It will provide the framework for development across the city centre, guiding how the new city will take shape and evolve. Once completed, the master plan will see a staged approach to development across the city centre.
How does the master plan relate to the Aerotropolis Precinct Plan?
The NSW Department of Planning and Environment has prepared the Western Sydney Aerotropolis Precinct Plan to guide development across the five precincts of the Aerotropolis. The Bradfield City Centre is located within the Aerotropolis Core Precinct. The master plan for the Bradfield City Centre will refine and enhance the Aerotropolis Core Precinct Plan as it applies to the city centre.
Who will be consulted about the master plan?
The WPCA will consult key stakeholders and the community about the master plan.
When will the Master Plan Application be lodged?
The WPCA will analyse feedback from the community as we finalise the technical studies for the Master Plan Application. It is anticipated the Master Plan Application will be lodged with the Department of Planning and Environment in mid-2023.
Can I have a say on the Master Plan Application?
Yes. The Department of Planning and Environment will place the Master Plan Application, including the plans, technical studies and community consultation outcomes on public exhibition. You can lodge a submission directly to the department at that time.
How can I stay up to date?
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- Bradfield City Centre east
- Connecting and Designing with Country east
- Western Sydney Aerotropolis east
- Western Sydney Aerotropolis Plan east
- Precincts-Western Parkland City State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP) east
- Western Sydney Aerotropolis Precinct Plan east
- Western Sydney Aerotropolis Development Control Plan (DCP) east
- Recognise Country - Draft Guidelines for development in the Aerotropolis east
- Aerotropolis Master Plan Guidelines east