As momentum builds in the Western Parkland City and the Bradfield City Centre starts to take shape, the Western Parkland City Authority (WPCA) is excited to invite you to Tomorrow’s City Today – Opportunities in the Bradfield City Centre and Western Parkland City.
DATE: 8 October, 2021
TIME: 9.30am – 2.30pm
WHERE: An online event. Registration required.
This will be an online briefing for industry to learn more about future tender, investment and partnership opportunities.
You will hear from government and industry leaders as they discuss the Bradfield City Centre, Western Sydney Aerotropolis, and Western Parkland City including:
- The Hon. Stuart Ayres, MP, Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney
- Dr Jennifer Westacott AO, Chair Western Parkland City Authority
- Dr Sarah Hill, CEO Western Parkland City Authority
- Simon Hickey, CEO Western Sydney Airport
- Angela Jeffrey, Project Director, Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport
There will be four self-contained sessions throughout the day. You can register to attend all of the sessions, or just the sessions you are interested in.
- Investment Opportunities in the Western Parkland City and Invitation to Partner
The Western Parkland City Authority is leading one of Australia’s most ambitious city-building projects of the last century. Hear about the WPCA’s role in bringing this vision to life, our current engagement with industry and how you can partner with us on the journey.
The Western Parkland City Authority is piloting the New Education and Training Model (NETM). Designed by and for industry, this pilot, funded by the NSW Government, will train thousands of people using ‘micro-credentials’ to help bridge the skills gap in areas like advanced manufacturing. Join this session to find out more and to register your interest to partner with the WPCA to develop these micro-credentials.
3. Agribusiness, Freight and Logistics – Launch of Research and Request for Information
As the 24/7 Western Sydney International Airport takes shape, the Western Parkland City Authority will update attendees on innovative new research that demonstrates how freight and logistics, export and agribusiness operators can maximise the benefits from an interconnected airside and landside precinct. The WPCA will also launch a Request for Information process to help identify future opportunities.
4. Major Projects Update
The Western Parkland City is receiving more than $20 billion in infrastructure investment from the NSW and Commonwealth Governments. With a focus on the Aerotropolis, this session will provide updates from some of the largest infrastructure projects in the country, including the Western Sydney International Airport and the Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport and the Bradfield City Centre.