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Frequently asked questions

How will traffic and transport be managed?

The concept proposal identifies local road upgrades to help manage the traffic impacts associated with new development. These road improvements will be delivered in stages.

The proposal encourages sustainable transport by providing new homes close to the Metro North West Link, reducing people’s reliance on private cars. A shared walking and cycling path is planned along Elizabeth Macarthur Creek and will include a new pedestrian bridge over Memorial Avenue into the Kellyville Station Precinct. A proposed vehicle bridge and pedestrian footbridge over Elizabeth Macarthur Creek will improve east west connectivity.

Proposed car parking rates for residential buildings will encourage people to use public transport instead of driving their car.

What open spaces are included?

The concept proposals includes around 22,000m2 of public open space to support the social needs of the future residents and the wider community. This includes a new town centre, network of open spaces along the western side of Elizabeth Macarthur Creek, central open space park and active open space beneath the Metro North West Link skytrain.

Where possible, remaining areas of Cumberland Plain Woodland and existing mature trees will be retained to enhance the green character of the area.

How will design quality be achieved?

Landcom is committed to delivering great places for the people of NSW. The concept proposal provides a Design Excellence Framework to guide good design. We will continue to work with Sydney Metro, Government Architect of NSW, The Hills Shire Council and the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.

In addition, the concept proposal is supported by the Kellyville Station Precinct Design Guidelines which outline the objectives and provisions which will guide the future development of the sites. These two strategies will contribute to maintaining design excellence through the development of the Kellyville precinct.

You can find the Design Excellence Framework and Design Guidelines in the Response to Submissions section on the Department’s Major Projects webpage.

How does the proposal consider sustainability?

Landcom has a mandate to create great places that are innovative and productive, resilient, inclusive, affordable and environmentally sustainable.

A Climate and Community Resilience Assessment was undertaken on Kellyville to provide a deeper understanding of the community’s exposure, sensitivity and adaptive capacity to a range of climate impacts. This study looked at the impacts of extreme heat, temperature and possible future climate scenarios at Kellyville.

This Assessment was used to inform site specific sustainability targets and initiatives for the concept proposal which need to be met by future built form. These targets directly contribute to a net-zero carbon precinct and include specific responses to the urban heat island effect and increased temperatures, including (but not limited to) shading requirements, increased tree canopy, building material selection and green infrastructure.

What housing types will be included?

The proposal allows for a range of housing to meet the needs of people at various life stages including, but not limited to, young workers, downsizers, families and single person households. This could include housing above shops, units of different sizes, units over multiple levels and terrace style housing.

The proposal includes minimum 5% Affordable Housing for very low, low and moderate households where rent is less than 30% of household income, in line with Landcom’s Housing Affordability and Diversity Policy. This Affordable Housing will be managed by a Community Housing Provider.

When will the Kellyville Station Precinct be developed?

Landcom is the master developer for the Kellyville Station Precinct and will appoint development partners to deliver the concept proposal. Development sites will be released via a competitive tender process, with a range of market opportunities available over the next 10 years. Future developers will need to lodge development applications for buildings before they can start construction.