WestInvest Business Case Support (Multiple)

‘WestInvest’ refers to a $5 billion NSW State Government fund targeted at 15 local government areas in Western Sydney. AJC provided project advisory and business case support services for a number of local Councils and community organisations, contributing to a combined $380m in successful funding applications.

The successful projects were:

  • $111 million for the construction of a five-storey building in Parramatta, which will include dance and music studios, a homework hub, indoor gyms and multi-sports courts. The PCYC NSW will be the anchor tenant in the new building.
  • $78.5 million for Western Sydney University to deliver the Indigenous Centre of Excellence project at Rydalmere that will generate enduring benefits for Indigenous communities across the region.
  • $40.6 million for the Blacktown City Council to deliver the Mount Druitt Swimming Centre Renewal project which will expand and modernise the Centre, allowing the community to swim all year round.
  • $25.4 million for the Blacktown City Council to deliver the new Police and Community Youth Centres (PCYC) Community Facility in Mount Druitt – a first-class sporting and community hub to support young people through education, training and mentoring.
  • $19.5 million for the Blacktown City Council to deliver the First Nations Community Centre project which will provide an inviting space for the local community to gather, partake in cultural activities, develop local initiatives and foster a sense of belonging for future generations.
  • $35.8 million for the Blacktown City Council to deliver the Seven Hills Portal – Community Resource Hub project which will include a new library and community space for education, culture, arts and events in the heart of the Seven Hills town centre.
  • $44 million for the YMCA NSW towards the $49 million Y Yarramundi Camping, Conference and Outdoor Education Retreat Redevelopment project. The project will transform the facility into a more inclusive complex that caters for people of all ages and abilities.
  • $26.8 million for the Revitalisation of Mount Druitt Hub project which will expand and modernise the existing community centre with a fully accessible library, art studios and cafes, to create an environment to learn, work and play.

Note: project descriptions are sourced from NSW State Government.


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Duncan Corrigall
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