Burwood Council is currently busy developing a clear vision for a key urban renewal precinct known as Burwood North. The town centre transformation and expansion is being stimulated by the planned Burwood North Sydney Metro Station, which will play a key role in connecting the Burwood Town Centre to the global City of Sydney and Parramatta and their growing networks of Metro stations.
Burwood Town Centre is already home to a diverse and active community who values both the vibrancy of our town centres and the history of the area. The Metro Station can act as a catalyst further strengthening and transforming Burwood North into a vibrant destination with a unique offering of food and retail-entertainment options. This requires the delivery of a comprehensive LEP review with policies and initiatives to leverage continued economic growth and orderly redevelopment.
Burwood North is also a precinct identified in the Parramatta Road Corridor Urban Transformation Strategy (PRCUTS), which is a NSW Government strategy developed in consultation with Council that identifies ways to develop the precinct. With the advent of the Burwood North Sydney Metro Station, this plan requires further review to best capitalise on the benefits of the Metro station.
The area known as the Burwood North Precinct is approximately 26 hectares bounded by Meryla Street and Burwood Park to the south, Parramatta Road to the north, Shaftesbury Road to the east and Park Road to the west.
To keep up to date on the progress of the review of the Burwood North Precinct visit Participate Burwood.