The renewal and upgrade of Camden Civic Centre and John Street activation are among the projects set to benefit from an additional $119.5 million that Camden has received from the WestInvest program.
“WestInvest projects will create and improve open spaces, outdoor activities, cultural centres, local roads and schools” Member for Camden Peter Sidgreaves said.
“This funding will be fantastic for our local community and will fund many projects that will benefit families across the Camden LGA.”
This funding will be allocated across the following 10 projects throughout the Camden LGA:
- $7.7 million for Camden Civic Centre Renewal and Upgrade
- $9.7 million for Elyard Reserve (Narellan Urban Forest)
- $993,430 for Ultimate Nature Challenge – Wild and Free
- $23.1 million for Camden Town Centre Enhancements – John Street Public Domain Upgrade and Activation
- $21.3 million for Scalabrini East – Pat Kontista Active Open Space and Community Facilities
- $24.7 million for Scalabrini North – Leppington Town Centre Open Space and Riparian Corridor
- $4 million for Camden Community Nursery
- $14.9 million for Liz Kernohan Drive Intersection Upgrade with Camden Valley Way and Kirkham Lane
- $1.5 million for Camden Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan
- $11.7 million for Amity college New Primary School – Stage 2 Construction of Leppington Campus
Premier Dominic Perrottet said the WestInvest projects will improve liveability and make Western Sydney a better place to live, work and play.