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Draft Metropolitan Strategy for Sydney to 2031
Draft Metropolitan Strategy for Sydney to 2031
What consultation told us                   Frequency of issues raised at community drop-ins
More people and households…     …a need for more homes, more jobs
Strategy Outcomes           1. Balanced growth           2. A liveable city           3. Productivity and prosperity      ...
1. Balanced growth Opportunities for housing and jobs  across Sydney Metropolitan Urban Area identified New Land Releas...
Nine City Shapers
2. A liveable city 545,000 new homes (increase of 17%) Minimum housing targets Greenfield and infill housing supported ...
2. A liveable city                      Liveable, well-designed centres                      Encourages place-making, re...
3. Productivity and prosperity 625,000 new jobs (increase of 33%) Minimum jobs targets Prioritises Sydney CBD, Global  ...
4. Healthy and resilient environment                      Precinct planning – energy, water                       and res...
5. Accessibility and connectivity Increased transport choices Accessible employment hubs Urban renewal infrastructure  ...
 Six new subregions  for delivery
Designed for delivery Delivery and implementation plan Monitoring and evaluation plan Subregional Delivery Plans Growt...
Timeframes             Consultation: until 31 May 2013             Final strategy: late 2013
Consultation opportunities Formal submissions Round tables and briefings Community events Online discussion forums So...
Questions
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Draft Metropolitan Strategy for Sydney

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The draft Metropolitan Strategy for Sydney sets out a new plan for the city’s future over the next two decades.

By 2031, Sydney will have around 1.3 million additional people. We need to make sure there are more affordable homes, good job opportunities and easier ways to get around.

You can play an important role in shaping Sydney’s future by having your say on these plans.

http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/sydney

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Draft Metropolitan Strategy for Sydney

  1. 1. Draft Metropolitan Strategy for Sydney to 2031
  2. 2. Draft Metropolitan Strategy for Sydney to 2031
  3. 3. What consultation told us Frequency of issues raised at community drop-ins
  4. 4. More people and households… …a need for more homes, more jobs
  5. 5. Strategy Outcomes 1. Balanced growth 2. A liveable city 3. Productivity and prosperity 4. Healthy and resilient environment 5. Accessibility and connectivity
  6. 6. 1. Balanced growth Opportunities for housing and jobs across Sydney Metropolitan Urban Area identified New Land Release Policy defined Centres prioritised for housing and jobs Nine ‘city shapers’ Metropolitan Rural Area recognised
  7. 7. Nine City Shapers
  8. 8. 2. A liveable city 545,000 new homes (increase of 17%) Minimum housing targets Greenfield and infill housing supported by infrastructure Greater mix of homes
  9. 9. 2. A liveable city  Liveable, well-designed centres  Encourages place-making, reflecting local characteristics and culture  Network of accessible and adaptable open spaces
  10. 10. 3. Productivity and prosperity 625,000 new jobs (increase of 33%) Minimum jobs targets Prioritises Sydney CBD, Global Economic Corridor and Parramatta CBD Western Sydney Employment Area as a major employment location Improves economic flows with regional NSW
  11. 11. 4. Healthy and resilient environment  Precinct planning – energy, water and resource use  Early consideration of natural hazards  Improve air quality  Water cycle management  Minimising impact of climate change
  12. 12. 5. Accessibility and connectivity Increased transport choices Accessible employment hubs Urban renewal infrastructure e.g. WestConnex Global gateways for people and freight Protect corridors for new strategic transport connections Connections with regional NSW
  13. 13.  Six new subregions for delivery
  14. 14. Designed for delivery Delivery and implementation plan Monitoring and evaluation plan Subregional Delivery Plans Growth Infrastructure Plans Annual reporting requirements
  15. 15. Timeframes Consultation: until 31 May 2013 Final strategy: late 2013
  16. 16. Consultation opportunities Formal submissions Round tables and briefings Community events Online discussion forums Social media
  17. 17. Questions

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