As the NSW government progresses plans for investment in infrastructure, local jobs and services as part of its broader growth corridor development program, demand for housing in south western Sydney is in a period of rapid growth.
NSW government infrastructure investment in Sydney’s south west is in response to research showing an increasing need for family homes in the region. For example, by 2031, the city’s south west will have a greater share of its population under the age of 15 than any other part of Sydney.
Within this region, demand in Rawson Communities in Austral, Leppington and Leppington Central is being driven by families and multi-generational family units, attracted to bigger land sizes providing more scope for larger homes and more flexible new home designs.
Growth in local jobs and improvements to infrastructure, and the addition of the South West Rail Link connecting the region by intercity train to the CBD, has also fed demand for rental property in and around our communities. This is expected to escalate as plans for the construction of Sydney’s second airport nearby at Badgery’s Creek start to take shape.
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