FAQs

 
 

What does the Western City & Aerotropolis Authority do?

The Authority is responsible for delivery of the Aerotropolis. It master-plans key sites, oversees the creation of vibrant and connected places through appropriate development of sites, and facilitates the delivery of associated infrastructure and placemaking activities. The Authority will initially focus on 114 hectares of Australian government owned land at Bringelly.

Establishing the Authority is a commitment under the Western Sydney City Deal.

Will plans developed by the Authority be subject to consultation?

The Authority’s master planning work will be undertaken in collaboration with stakeholders, including landowners and developers.

The Land Use and Infrastructure Implementation Plan (LUIIP), State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP), and Local Environment Plans (LEPs) will all be subject to public consultation. These plans will not be developed by the Authority but they will contribute to the substance of what is delivered, building on the finalised plans of A Metropolis of Three Cities and the Western City District Plan.

 
 
An overhead view of a roadway construction site