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The vision

The Kellyville Project is close to Elizabeth Macarthur Creek and will provide a new local centre for current and future communities, including diverse housing and spaces for businesses. There will be higher density housing for different generations, lifestyles and price points along with commercial and retail spaces.

Landcom is in the planning phase for the Kellyville Precinct. Given the proximity of the Kellyville and Bella Vista precincts, we are masterplanning the two precincts as a whole to ensure a walkable, inviting, local centre for new and future communities.

Concept plans were discussed with the community and stakeholders in mid 2019. At the end of October 2019, Landcom lodged the concept State Significant Development application with the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment. You can read about the concept proposal on the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment's website.

Landcom's response to submissions made on the proposal during the public exhibition are due in mid 2020.

At a glance

  • Location

    Extends from Samantha Riley Drive in the north to Memorial Avenue   in the south

  • Council

    The Hills Shire  

  • Land use zonings

    Includes Local Centre (B2) and General Residential (R1)

  • Developable land

    Approximately 12.5 hectares

  • Diverse housing

    Meeting the needs of different people at different life stages.

  • Open space

    Planning will optimise green corridor connections to existing neighbourhoods

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 Kellyville Station Precinct is now rezoned. You can find out more on the Department’s website.

Landcom has prepared a draft concept plan for the developable lands and held a community information session on 22 June 2019.

Information about the community consultation is on our Have your say page.

For more information about upcoming consultation activities, register your interest to stay up to date via the Stay in touch form on this page.

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