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Well Precinct, Penrith City Council

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Project Description

Project Name: Well Precinct, Penrith City Council
Client: Landcom
Project Type: Urban Renewal/Masterplanning

Project Information

The Werrington Enterprise Living and Learning (WELL) Precinct is a strategic area of land between Werrington and Kingswood rail stations either side of the Great Western Highway with future direct access to the M4. The land includes the University of Western Sydney, TAFE, former Defence land (the Signals land), land controlled by Landcom as well as land held by private landowners.

The Precinct will see the development of a new urban community within this area that would capture the opportunities presented by the sites access to education facilities, transport links, and planned new residential and employment areas.

Aver Involvement

Aver were the Project Manager engaged by Penrith City Council (PCC) to assist in the extensive master planning process for these lands – including interfacing with key stakeholders including UWS, Landcom (Caddens Release project) and various statutory authorities – to develop new LEP and DCP instruments to enable development of this area.

Responsibilities have included managing a team of consultants to deliver various reports and studies to inform the Masterplan:

  • Precinct Planning and master planning by Architectus
  • Social Infrastructure planning by Urbis
  • Land use economics by SGS Economics
  • Flood and catchment studies by Cardno Willing
  • Environmental and ecological studies by ERM
  • Landscape and open space planning by EDAW
  • Traffic and TMAP by Maunsells
  • S94 Plan development and implementation by Newplan
  • Social and hard infrastructure costing by WT Partnership