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Work begins on Bradfield City Centre

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Construction is underway at Bradfield City Centre, with a sod turn held on Thursday for the first building, which will include the first stage of the  Advanced Manufacturing and Research Facility.

The 3,840 square metre mixed-use building will house office, exhibition and event spaces within the Western Sydney Aerotropolis, and near the upcoming Western Sydney International Airport.

“This first building is the start of a game-changing and job-generating city centre that will transform Bradfield into a hive of economic activity for businesses and offer new services and attractions for residents across Western Sydney,” said premier Dominic Perrottet.

“With this new high-tech city located close to [the] new airport, businesses will be able to manufacture products in Western Sydney and export to the rest of world, generating even more export dollars for our state.”

Perrottet said the city centre development has been backed by $1 billion in NSW government funding, with an expected $10 billion in private investment.

Taylor Construction Group has been awarded the contract for the first building, which is expected to be opened in late-2023.

The AMRF will open in two stages, with the first billed “Next-Generation Fabrication”. A second stage – “Advanced Electronics and Semiconductors” – is planned to open in 2026.

Picture: Linkedin/Western Parkland City Authority



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