About the Bella Vista Project
The Bella Vista Project is close to the established Bella Vista Waters and Norwest Business Park and will provide diverse housing and spaces for communities and businesses.
Landcom is in the planning phases for this project. We are masterplanning both the Bella Vista and Kellyville projects as a whole, to ensure a walkable, inviting, local centre for new and future communities.
The Bella Vista project will provide a new local centre for current and future communities. There will be higher density housing for different generations, lifestyles and price points along with commercial and retail spaces.
Concept plans have been drafted and were discussed with the community and stakeholders in mid 2019. In late October 2019 Landcom lodged a concept State Significant Development application with the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment. The application will be on public exhibition until 26 November 2019.
Landcom is creating a temporary pocket park at Bella Vista Station to provide a sense of destination and anticipation for existing comunities and for the new communities who will one day live, work and play in the area. The Place and Events section of this site provides more information on activation spaces such as the Bella Vista pocket park.
At a glance
Land use zonings
Includes Local Centre (B2), Business Park (B7) and General Residential (R1)
Bicycle and pedestrian pathway under Metro Skyway completed
Temporary pocket park
Located next to the station - coming in late 2019
Community and other stakeholder engagement
In 2016 the (then) Department of Planning and Environment made changes to the precinct zoning based on community feedback received during the public consultation period. The Bella Vista Station Precinct is now rezoned in line with the vision to create 'The Hills premier living and business precinct'. You can find out more on the Department’s website .
Landcom prepared a draft concept plan for the developable lands and held a community information session on 22 June 2019.
You can read about the community information session and review the draft plans that were discussed by going to our Have your say page.
For more information about upcoming consultation activities, register your interest by completing our Stay in touch form on this page.