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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.
The creation of a new International Education Precinct 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.