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Gain insight with FM Legal as we explore the principal compulsory acquisition ventures currently underway in Sydney. This section is dedicated to elucidating the major infrastructural evolutions and their impacts. Our commitment lies in offering superior legal support and ensuring just compensation for our clients. Engage with our comprehensive review of these influential projects and learn how our specialised services can assist in navigating these significant urban developments.

Blacktown Health and Education Precinct

Blacktown health and education precinct.
The Blacktown Health and Education Precinct is a $1.3 billion health and education precinct, including a new private hospital, to be delivered in NSW’s most populous local government area.

The precinct is located between Blacktown CBD and Blacktown Hospital, generally bound by the Western Railway Line to the north, Sunnyholt Road and Newton Road to the West, Griffiths Street, Marcel Crescent and Blacktown Hospital to the east and Bungarribee Road to the south.

Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2

Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2
The Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2 project is being delivered by the NSW Government to serve a growing Western Sydney. It will connect local communities in the Greater Parramatta to the Olympic Peninsula (GPOP) and bring the vision of a ‘30-minute city’ closer to reality. The project will connect Stage 1 and the Parramatta CBD to Sydney Olympic Park, Westmead and Carlingford. It will have 14 fully accessible stops over a 10-kilometre two-way track and connections to Sydney Metro West and heavy rail in Parramatta and Sydney Olympic Park and ferry services at Rydalmere and Sydney Olympic Park

Vineyard Precinct

Vineyard indicative layout map.
The development of Vineyard (Stage 1) precinct will include a proposed primary school, around 27 hectares of open space focused on the Killarney Gully Creek corridor, and a range of housing types. Stage 1 of the Precinct has the potential to offer 2,400 new homes for around 7,400 people.

Northern Rivers Buy Back Scheme

Northern Rivers Buy Back Scheme
The NSW State Government has announced the Resilient Homes Program through the Northern Rivers Reconstruction Corporation (NRRC). This program offers buybacks, house raising, and retrofit of homes impacted by the February 2022 floods. We are helping the worst impacted owners from the Lismore floods to negotiate with the Government offers of buy-back, land swap to sell their property for pre flood valuations.

We are taking on a limited number on a no win no fee basis.

Princes Highway Upgrade - Jervis Bay Road to Sussex Inlet Road Upgrade

Princes Highway Upgrade
Transport for NSW (TfNSW but also commonly called the RMS) intends to upgrade sections of the Princes Highway between Jervis Bay Road and Sussex Inlet Road. The road upgrade by RMS aims to improve road-based transportation for this portion of the highway in order to carry people and cargo more safely and effectively along the NSW South Coast.

Moruya Bypass

Moruya Bypass
Transport for NSW (TfNSW, commonly known as RMS) is progressing with plans for the proposed bypass of Moruya and has identified a preferred strategic bypass corridor. The proposed route is around 8 kilometres in length, starting near Shelley Road, running parallel and to the east of the existing highway to the Larrys Mountain Road intersection. From Larrys Mountain Road, the corridor veers further east with a new bridge crossing of the floodplain and Moruya River about 2 kilometres east of the existing bridge. South of the Moruya River, the preferred strategic corridor crosses over South Head Road and continues south to re-join the existing highway.

Mulgoa Road Upgrade

Mulgoa Road Upgrade
Transport for NSW is proposing to upgrade the Mulgoa Road / Castlereagh Road corridor between Glenmore Parkway, Glenmore Park and Andrews Road, Penrith. Mulgoa Road is an important transport corridor connecting the Penrith community, including its central business district, with other parts of greater Sydney.

The Australian Government has committed $232.5M to this project and it is expected to commence construction in early 2024.

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