Help shape Penrith’s future.
There has never been a better time to be in Penrith. Strategically located in Global Sydney and the only city connected by rail to the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport, the opportunities for growth are boundless. With plenty of land to develop, and billions in infrastructure investment, savvy investors are looking to Penrith to bring their innovative business ideas to life and create more jobs for our residents.
The Thrive Penrith framework developed in 2022 is an overarching vision to connect Council’s Economic Development, Visitor Economy, 24-hour Economy, and Cultural strategies. The draft Economic Development and Visitor Economy strategies are now on public exhibition, and we invite you to share your vision and ideas to build on Penrith’s strengths.
Strategies to review
How to have your say
At Council’s Policy Review meeting on 9 October 2023, Council endorsed the Draft Penrith Economic Development Strategy 2023-2031 (EDS 2031) and Draft Penrith Visitor Economy Strategy 2023-2030 (VES 2030) for public exhibition and consultation. We invite you to have your say.
Review the EDS 2031 and VES 2030 in the document library.
Provide your feedback
Online – by completing the survey using the above links to each strategy
Via post – You can also choose to send your submission in hard copy to:
The General Manager
Attn City Economy and Marketing Team
Penrith City Council
PO Box 60
Penrith NSW 2751
Via email – to email@example.com
This document is available to download in the Document Library on this webpage.
If you would prefer to view the documents in hard copy, they are available for the duration of the exhibition at:
Submissions will be accepted from 11 October 2023 until 11:59pm, 8 November 2023.
Do not miss this opportunity to be part of an important conversation that will ultimately make our city a better place to live, work, study and visit!
Your feedback will contribute to the finalisation of the integral strategies as part of the Thrive Framework, which will be presented to Council for consideration.