Liverpool City Council recently shared its long-term vision for the development of the city centre and across the Local Government Area, as part of an online briefing event hosted by the nation’s leading property advocate, the Property Council of Australia.

Liverpool City Council CEO, Dr Eddie Jackson was the keynote speaker at the event. Dr Jackson presented on Council’s Public Domain Master Plan to transform Liverpool’s CBD, improving transport connections in the region, and the role of the Western Sydney International Airport and Aerotropolis in Liverpool’s future.

Dr Jackson also discussed Liverpool Civic Place, the biggest public project in the heart of Liverpool, which is currently under construction. Council and Built Development have partnered on this landmark building due for completion by early 2023.

Liverpool Mayor Wendy Waller welcomed the opportunities presented by the Property Council briefing to promote development within Liverpool to key stakeholders and strengthen investment in the area.

“With the Western Sydney International Airport under construction this will open up Liverpool to the world and the opportunities ahead for our city have no limits.   

“Liverpool is the city of opportunity, and its transformation will see us forge ahead as a city of innovation, with improved infrastructure and connectivity to Greater Sydney and beyond,” said Mayor Waller.

Liverpool City Council has approved on average more than $1 billion in development applications per year, over the past four years.

Council also recently hosted an online developer forum in July which brought together leading real estate, property, planning, law, and hospitality practitioners to discuss Liverpool’s future.

To learn more about Liverpool City Council’s planning vision visit: