Have Your Say on Housing & Infrastructure

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Hills residents, businesses, stakeholders and community groups are invited to have their say on the rate of development in the Hills and the infrastructure to support this.

The Hills Shire Council is one of Australia’s fastest-growing local government areas, selected by successive state governments to accommodate much of Sydney’s housing growth.

Over the last 10 years, more than 30,000 dwellings have been approved in The Hills Shire Council.

Much of this has occurred in new release areas like Kellyville, North Kellyville, Box Hill and the Gables in the form of single-lot housing. In other areas, the housing has come in the form of apartments, particularly around Sydney Metro stations.

Amidst the housing crisis, The Hills Shire Council has done much of the heavy lifting. Only our neighbours in Blacktown City Council have had more dwellings approved than the 3,799 approved within The Hills Shire in 2022 - 2023.

We are second only to Blacktown in terms of the number of homes expected over the next five years, with 13,380 forecast to be constructed.

This community engagement campaign aims to obtain the views of Hills residents on our Local Government Area's (LGA) current rate of development and what they believe requires focus on concerning infrastructure to support our community's growth.

Hills residents, businesses, stakeholders and community groups are invited to have their say on the rate of development in the Hills and the infrastructure to support this.

The Hills Shire Council is one of Australia’s fastest-growing local government areas, selected by successive state governments to accommodate much of Sydney’s housing growth.

Over the last 10 years, more than 30,000 dwellings have been approved in The Hills Shire Council.

Much of this has occurred in new release areas like Kellyville, North Kellyville, Box Hill and the Gables in the form of single-lot housing. In other areas, the housing has come in the form of apartments, particularly around Sydney Metro stations.

Amidst the housing crisis, The Hills Shire Council has done much of the heavy lifting. Only our neighbours in Blacktown City Council have had more dwellings approved than the 3,799 approved within The Hills Shire in 2022 - 2023.

We are second only to Blacktown in terms of the number of homes expected over the next five years, with 13,380 forecast to be constructed.

This community engagement campaign aims to obtain the views of Hills residents on our Local Government Area's (LGA) current rate of development and what they believe requires focus on concerning infrastructure to support our community's growth.

Page last updated: 11 Apr 2024, 11:46 AM