Are you effected by the Compulsory Acquisition Project of the Metro West?
In October 2019, the NSW Government announced the locations of the the locations for most of the Sydney Metro West train lines – the city’s next underground metro railway.
Connecting the Sydney central business district (CBD) with Greater Parramatta, this once-in-a-century infrastructure investment will transform the city for generations to come.
Sydney Metro West will double rail capacity between these two areas, linking new communities to rail services and unlocking housing supply and employment growth between the two CBDs.
The NSW Government has identified the key precincts to be serviced by Sydney Metro West – Greater Parramatta, Sydney Olympic Park, The Bays and the Sydney CBD, which will be operational in the second half of the 2020s.
Sydney Metro West will likely connect with the new Sydney Metro station at Martin place or Barangaroo, and will connect Parramatta and Westmead with the Sydney CBD. The main stations are the CBD, The Bays Precinct, Olympic Park, Westmead and Parramatta. It is possible that Five Dock and Strathfield may also have stations.
If you think your property or business may be affected by Metro West, you should seek legal advice as soon as possible. We acted for many businesses and owners in the Sydney Metro projects already under construction and know how to get the best outcome for you.
Flo Mitchell is confident in leading and advising on large scale, complex matters and recently successfully acted in claims from modest amounts to up $18m. Flo has acted for approximately 100 different clients who were affected by the compulsory acquisition of their property and businesses, negotiating settlements in excess of 300% of initial compensation offers made and many successful determinations.
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Servicing Key Precincts:
Westmead – which is becoming one of the largest health, education, research and training precincts in Australia.
Parramatta – where the number of jobs is expected to double over the next 20 years to 100,000.
Sydney Olympic Park – where 34,000 jobs and more than 23,000 residents will be located by 2030.
The Bays Precinct – Sydney’s new innovation hub where 95 hectares of land is being regenerated.
The Sydney CBD – allowing easy access to the existing public transport network and Sydney Metro Northwest and Sydney Metro City & Southwest.
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