Green light given for four projects in Penrith

Penrith City Council was buoyant over the approval of four projects worth an estimated $43 million for the city.
The projects were approved by the New South Wales Government’s Joint Regional Planning Panel (JRPP).
The JRPP makes decisions on regionally significant developments, including any worth more than $10 million, after receiving recommendations from the local Council.
All Penrith City Council development applications reported to the JRPP have been determined as per the council’s recommendations.
The four projects included applications for; a new Oral Heath Facility on the Nepean Hospital site; an $18 million multi-storey residential complex in
Henry Street Penrith; a Village Lake for Jordan Springs and a 281-lot residential subdivision in Glenmore Park Stage 2.
Penrith City deputy mayor Jim Aitken said there were also another seven projects to be reported to the JRPP in the near future.
“This buzz of investment activity indicates the confidence developers and investors are showing in our City,” he said.

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