Projects and Opportunities
The NSW Central Coast, just one hour from Sydney, offers you a diverse range of infrastructure investment, property development and capital business opportunities at great value.
Identified as a key growth area by the NSW Government, these investment opportunities are supported by forecast economic growth and the significant public and private investment already occurring in infrastructure, business and residential projects.
They are also supported by the Wyong Shire Local Environment Plan (December 2013), and the Gosford City Local Environment Plan 2014.
Businesses, developers, financial institutions and investment companies are invited to speak with our Business Development Manager, John Willey, on 02 4530 5555 about the wide range of opportunities.
Central Coast business and industry centres
Take a look at the different business and industry centres, including the Warnervale Employment Zone.
SMART City Vision
Central Coast Council has a Smart City Vision proposal for an Integrated Education and Business Precinct in the northern part of the Coast. Council has developed a masterplan to establish an integrated education and business precinct on a 65 hectare greenfield site in Warnervale. It is envisaged the site will house a world class university campus for 7000 students creating 500 permanent jobs, a Smart Hub knowledge and community centre and a strategically integrated business park creating a further 1000 jobs.
Council has developed masterplans for many of the major town centres in the Shire. Many of these town centres are experiencing new growth and investment. We've put together a list of what's happening in the major town centres.
Warnervale Town Centre
Get an update on the latest news surrounding the development of the brand new greenfield Warnervale Town Centre.
Precinct 7A - Residential
Precinct 7A is an area of approximately 540 hectares in the north of Wyong Shire that has been rezoned to create a large area for mixed use development.
Wyong Employment Zone (WEZ)
Warnervale Employment Zone (WEZ) aims to attract and accommodate the needs of big firms and new forms of industry to help boost jobs. Council thinks the zone will help create about 6,000 jobs and $1.5 billion in investment.
Infrastructure and utilities
The Central Coast is located mid-way between Sydney and Newcastle, just off the M1 Motorway and on the main Sydney-Brisbane northern rail line. It is also an early roll-out area for the National Broadband Network. As a result, it is highly accessible, meeting infrastructure and utility needs.