Liverpool is already a centre for significant economic activity.
The Liverpool LGA is already a major commercial centre in NSW.
Industry composition (GVA, FY15)
Indeed, since the 2007 financial year, the Liverpool LGA has grown its economic contribution faster than the rest of Sydney and the broader NSW.
Liverpool is well positioned to prosper
With the approval of the Western Sydney Airport (WSA), the Greater Sydney Commission’s (GSC) Draft South West District plan, and a significant infrastructure pipeline, Liverpool is well-placed to benefit from this once in a generation infrastructure injection.
Geography and demographics also add to Liverpool’s strong potential:
the Liverpool Innovation Precinct is strategically positioned in the corridor between Sydney’s two international airports, with access supported by large scale infrastructure investment that includes the Western Sydney Infrastructure plan and M5 upgrades;
its young resident population is educated, entrepreneurial and from diverse cultural backgrounds (representing over 150 Nationalities, with a strong Arabic, Indian and Vietnamese influence); and,
it is endowed with significant recreational and industrial space, both crucial pull factors to attract businesses and workers.
The development of the WSA and significant transport investments represent new opportunities for Liverpool.