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What is the Northern Gateway?
Northern Gateway is a planned “City” of the future, adjacent to the Western Sydney Airport, featuring an international university and education precinct; a wellness and healthcare centre headed by world-renowned neurosurgeon Professor Charlie Teo; a Westfield retail entertainment precinct and a hi-tech logistics hub.
The development will create over 55,700 new jobs across the education, health, entertainment, retail, tourism, transport and logistics sectors, resulting in $21.6 billion economic output into the Western Sydney Region.
The Masterplan for the 344-hectare development will provide vital, new infrastructure for the fast-growing Region by maximizing the full economic potential of the North South Rail Link and the M12 Motorway, better integrating land use and supporting the Federal Government’s “30-minute city” plan.
Who is involved in the project?
Sydney property group, Boyuan Holdings Limited (ASX: BHL) is leading a consortium of local and global partners, with a proven track record of delivering major projects around the world.
Western Sydney University (WSU) will assist in the creation of a new International Education Precinct that will seek to enhance and foster innovation in Western Sydney by establishing an education, research and industry hub with global connectivity. The goal is to provide a collaborative environment for both domestic and international students and global business and industry, encouraging knowledge sharing and industry-integrated teaching and research.
Professor Charlie Teo, AM, will head the Wellness Centre of Healthcare Excellence and Centre for Cognitive Enhancement (WCHE and CCE).
This will include multi-model healthcare operations, a Wellness Centre, a teaching and research facility and medi-hotel/aged care facility.
Scentre Group’s vision for the Northern Gateway is to become the catalyst for the new city centre development. With more than 200,000 m² of mixed-use – including hotels, living, public facilities, retail, commercial activities and public spaces – this new precinct will integrate with and support the emergence of a new kind of “urban environment”.
International logistics firm LOGOS will operate a hub for logistics, hi-tech industries and manufacturing.
It will leverage its prime location adjacent to the airport and surrounding road networks for efficient distribution of good and services, featuring a mix of space types and sizes to suit the market demand and scale of business.