- The plots are approximately 888 acres, combined.
- Located close to the future M9 Motorway orbital.
- Currently zoned both RU1 and RU2.
A major Western Sydney landholding has come to market. Located at 690-950 Cawdor Road and 420 Old Razorback Road, Cawdor, the sale comprises seven contiguous plots of land that are approximately 888 acres, combined.
The landholding is some 30 kilometres south of the yet-to-be-completed Western Sydney Airport, and close to the future M9 Motorway orbital.
“The site’s strategic location allows for a wide range of uses that can greatly benefit various sectors, pending council approval. Additionally, the project’s presence can enhance the existing amenities within the surrounding areas, further bolstering their appeal,” said Colliers’ Frank Oliveri.
Current zoned RU1 and RU2, the plots are being marketed with the possibility of being turned into a master-planned community, subject to council approval, while the existing zoning permits a diverse range of uses including agriculture and rural industries to include freight depots, places of worship, cemeteries and education.
The property is being sold exclusively through the Colliers team of Matthew Meynell, Frank Oliveri, Nick Estephen, and Thomas Mosca, acting on behalf of KPMG as the Mortgagee in Possession.
“Presenting a significant super site across seven lots, it provides a golden opportunity to acquire one of the largest aggregated land holdings offered to market in 2023, within proximity to the Sydney Metropolitan region and part of the growth of Western Sydney,” said Meynell.
“The future Cawdor will appeal to those seeking lifestyle with more open spaces, whilst offering convenient connections to existing major roads, town centres and employment precincts,” added Mosca.
The property is partly in Wollondilly Shire, and partly in Camden Council.
The expression of interest campaign closes on 17 August, 2023.
Proximity to the Western Sydney Airport
Noise is a poignant issue, with the recent release of preliminary flight paths showing impacted locations including large centres such as Bankstown and Penrith.
On the flip side, proximity to a centre of employment could be seen as a boon, with both airport staff expected to reside close by, along with commercial and industrial operations in the areas surrounding the airport.