North Kellyville is a release area planned under the NSW Government’s North West Priority Growth Area Program and other nearby release areas.
North Kellyville is a Sydney suburb experiencing growth due to new residential developments accommodating its increasing population. Factors like proximity to employment centers and good amenities attract people. The property market is influenced by demand, the broader Sydney market, and economic factors such as interest rates and government policies. Staying informed and seeking professional advice is crucial for buyers and sellers in North Kellyville.
The Hills Shire Plan 2022-2023 has been adopted with one of its biggest ever budgets and capital works programs.
Mayor of The Hills Shire, Dr Peter Gangemi said that over the next 12 months (from 1st July 2022 to 30th June 2023), Council will spend approximately $272 million on a range of services and facilities that contribute to the health and wellbeing of residents.
“One of the big-ticket items that I’m really proud about is a $16.7 million investment to deliver new playing fields at Stringer Road Reserve in North Kellyville. Another $3.6 million will go towards revitalising the Cattai Creek Corridor and a further $1.9 million will be used to extend fields at the popular George Thornton Reserve in West Pennant Hills.
“Upgrading roads and intersections in the new release areas is also a big focus of this Plan. We’ve allocated $1.8 million for the upcoming signalisation of the Old Pitt Town Road, Terry Road and Fontana Drive intersection in Box Hill, while an additional $1.2 million has been budgeted for the Barry Road bypass and Withers Road intersection in North Kellyville.
“Other highlights include $14.3 million on new and the renewal of existing roads, $2.8 million will be spent on street lighting and an incredible $58.8 million will be used to acquire land for more parks, playgrounds and open space facilities in new release areas.