This greenfield planning process is the first of its kind in NSW. As part of Sydney’s North West Growth Centre, Ingleside Investigation Area will accommodate an unspecified proportion of the new 3,700 homes required by 2031. A unique partnership between NSW State Planning, Pittwater Council & The Local Community.
Utilising active input from the local community, the project control group will aim to deliver an integrated – mixed use community, based on evidence based reporting without rigid preconceived outcomes.
As part of the reference group Conrad Grayson will represent the interest of the Pittwater Community for the 2 year planning process.
The Following Groups make up the reference group:
+ NSW Planning & Infrastructure
+ Pittwater Council
+ UrbanGrowth NSW
+ Climate Action Pittwater
+ Pittwater Natural Heritage Association
+ Warriewood Valley Residents Association
+ Church Point Residents Association
+ Friends of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment
+ Wirreanda Valley Residents Association
+ Galstaun College
+ Wilga Wilson Residents Association
+ Bayview Heights Estate Owners Group
+ Bayview & Ingleside Residents Association
+ Elanora Heights Residents Association
+ Sydney Conference Training Session
+ Katandra Bushland Sanctuary
+ Pittwater Resident Representatives x 2