Turrella/Bardwell Park/Earlwood declared a Priority Precinct

A June 1, 2017, a press release from the NSW Department of Planning and Environment identified  Turrella, Bardwell Park, and Earlwood as one of its 15 Priority Precincts for development.

See these links to the Department’s website for their opening statements on the 15 and the specifics of the covering our valley area:

 http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/News/2017/New-priority-precincts

 

http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/News/2017/~/media/C74CDF1A80FE45B38C5733D069EDB41D.ashx

 

This has major implications for the Wolli Creek Regional Park (WCRP), because the areas designated for dominating high-rise and major population increases cover almost the whole of the Park area as this Composite Precinct Map  shows

 

To get involved in the issue, email to info@wollicreek.org.au.

 

 


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