7 February 2023
The NSW Government today revealed more than $250 million for local councils, community groups and Western Sydney University in Parramatta to provide 16 transformational projects.
It brings the total WestInvest funding allocated so far to more than $3.45 billion, with more to come.
New parks and walking tracks, youth hubs, libraries, school upgrades and sporting precincts are some of the projects that will benefit a huge cross-section of people.
The once-in-a-generation city-changing enhancements include:
- About $1.8 billion from the $3 billion WestInvest NSW Government Allocation to deliver new and improved schools and critical road upgrades;
- More than $1.3 billion for councils and community groups to deliver 100 projects in Western Sydney through the $1.6 billion WestInvest Community Project Grants – Competitive Round, with more projects to be announced;
- More than $357 million for eligible councils to deliver 68 projects through the $400 million in Community Project Grants – Local Government Allocation, with projects still to be announced in Strathfield, The Hills and Hawkesbury.
To find out more about the $1.6 billion WestInvest Community Project Grants - Competitive Round click here.