Jobs for the future
The commitments are at various stages of design and delivery. Updated milestones are published each year in the annual report which can be viewed here.
J1 - Western Sydney Aerotropolis
The Australian, NSW and local governments will work together to establish a Badgerys Creek Aerotropolis as a world-class city precinct that supports jobs growth. The Australian Government will enable the development of 114 hectares of Commonwealth land at North Bringelly, to accelerate jobs growth and help build the new Western Parkland City.
The NSW Government will establish an enabling infrastructure program on the Commonwealth land to kick-start servicing of the precinct.
J3 - Western Sydney Investment Attraction Office
The NSW Government, with the Australian Government and local governments, will establish the Western Sydney Investment Attraction Office (WSIAO) in Liverpool to attract domestic and international investment. Its initial focus will be on the Aerotropolis, as well as supporting existing industrial areas and employment centres.
J4 - Investment Attraction Fund
The NSW Government will establish an Investment Attraction Fund to support the work of the Western Sydney Investment Attraction Office (WSIAO).
J5 - Establish jobs in the region
The Australian Government will establish the National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission) in Penrith, creating up to 150 new jobs in Western Sydney.
J6 - High-value employment precincts
The NSW Government will deliver the Western Sydney Aerotropolis Plan (formerly Stage 2 of the Land Use and Infrastructure Implementation Plan (LUIIP)) and an associated State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP) to set the planning framework for the Western Sydney Aerotropolis Growth Area. These policies will identify key employment precincts and safeguard the operation of the Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport.
J7- Surplus government land to drive jobs growth
The Australian Government will release the Penrith Multi-User Depot for sale, to be used to support jobs growth in the Penrith CBD.
The NSW and local governments will review government land and explore opportunities for release of surplus or under-utilised land and assets to drive economic growth.
J8 - Agribusiness precinct
The NSW Government will commission a feasibility study into an agribusiness precinct for the Western Parkland City.
J9 - Indigenous Business Hub
The Australian Government will establish an Indigenous Business Hub in the Western Parkland City, to capitalise on the opportunity for Indigenous businesses and entrepreneurs. The hub will facilitate business support and access to short-term office space and connections to commercial opportunities to support a thriving Indigenous business sector.
J10 - Indigenous small business and skills package
The NSW Government will deliver an Indigenous small business and skills package across the Western Parkland City, including a new Opportunity Hub in Liverpool and an expansion of the Opportunity Hub in Campbelltown to help connect Indigenous school leavers with jobs; an Indigenous Business Connect Program to support Indigenous people to start or grow a business; 50 additional Bert Evans scholarships and mentoring support for young people; and a dedicated Aboriginal Enterprise Development Officer Program.