- Written by Adam Gatt Penrith City Council (02) 4732 7777 (02) 4732 7958 email@example.com https://www.penrithcity.nsw.gov.au 601 High St Penrith NSW 2750 Australia
Penrith is undergoing a once-in a generation change to become a vibrant, world-class city with quality amenity, connected to a diverse range of opportunities for employment, leisure and lifestyle. Penrith City Council is driving this change by delivering key city-shaping projects to revitalise our city and strengthen our position as an economic and employment hub within Western Sydney.
Here you will find a snapshot of the exciting Council-led projects underway across our city.
Penrith City Council is transforming an undeveloped site in Claremont Meadows into a $106 million indoor multi-sports arena.
Gipps Street Recreation Precinct
Council is transforming its 32-hectare former waste facility site at Claremont Meadows into a landmark sport and recreation destination.
A $24-million upgrade is set to transform Regatta Park at the Nepean River into the new focal point for nature, leisure and recreation and further strengthen Penrith’s position as Western Sydney’s most liveable city.
Penrith City Council is transforming the Penrith City Centre with the delivery of a new $12 million City Park. At approximately 7,000sqm, City Park will be a significant green space in a prime location on the corner of Henry Street and Station Streets, Penrith.
Central Park St Marys will build an important connection between Queen Street, Lang and Kokoda Parks, Ripples and the shopping centre, and will help to stimulate both the day and night-time local economies.
The once in a generation change that Penrith is undergoing to become a vibrant, world class city also includes projects to upgrade some of our major roads.
The Kingswood Commuter Car Park upgrade is an important infrastructure that will provide daily commuters with a safe way to transition from private vehicles to public transport and reduce congestion.
Erskine Park Urban Reinvestment
Erskine Park Urban Reinvestment is an innovative project by Penrith City Council to revitalise public spaces and deliver a new residential offering to the suburb.
The historic Police Cottage at Emu Plains is set to become a vibrant dining destination, following an adaptive reuse of the site into a restaurant, to enhance our connection to the Nepean River.
Penrith City Council is transforming the former Council Chambers at 129-133 Henry Street into a new commercial building known as 131 Henry Street.
Penrith City Council has purchased 16.29 hectares of industrial land at 158-164 Old Bathurst Road, Emu Plains, to create a future industrial precinct to diversify our local job opportunities, attract investment to our city and locate businesses close to home.
Penrith City Council is helping support our arts community by delivering an upgrade of the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre (The Joan), one of our most praised and popular creative hubs in Penrith.