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This report argues that, rather than simply being a place that planes land, it is reasonable for WSA to be the centrepiece of a holistic development at the airport and in its surrounds, to maximise the economic and social benefits that the airport can provide....
This paper discusses the scope for an Innovation Corridor in Western Sydney, a means of gathering, activating, and promoting the diverse set of new opportunities within the region.
As a key regional actor, Western Sydney University will play a major role in driving a...
The purpose of this project has been to identify and scope with key stakeholders, potential new strategic industry development activities in and around the Western Sydney Employment Area that could be developed, both directly or indirectly, based on existing or future supply chain capabilities and...
The Centre for Western Sydney's first platform paper, titled Work, Places and People in Western Sydney , has been prepared by Emeritus Professor Robert Fagan, and the Centre for Western Sydney's Director, Professor Phil O'Neil.
This report analyses labour market change in Western Sydney...
This paper identifies key economic facts and figures for Western Sydney, one of NSW's most significant economic, social and political regions.
Defining Western Sydney for the purposes of this paper involved a choice between two definitions: the NSW Government definition; and the Australian Bureau...
This report examines the experience of mortgage distress in Western Sydney and mortgage holders' coping strategies.
While not claiming to be a representative sample of mortgagors in distress, the report reveals much about the circumstances contributing to mortgage distress and its considerable impacts on...
The ABF had its suspicions that different approaches to infrastructure could lead to greater economic benefits for three of Australia's most well-established industrial regions. This report is the end result of a two-year action research project involving key infrastructure experts and stakeholders. The project takes...
As Australia embarks on its first publicly-funded airport project in more than three decades at Badgerys Creek, there are lessons and insights to be taken from the Unites States' experience of airport cities.
The Committee for Sydney and Sydney Business Chamber have produced economic modelling which concludes that a 15-minute journey between the CBD and Parramatta will deliver a bigger jobs benefit for Western Sydney than a slower journey would.