Milperra in the centre of growth corridor

September 3, 2018 by  

Growth in Sydney’s southwest continues to gain strength with a spate of projects lined-up in the near future.

Construction of the Moorebank Intermodal Freight Terminal is set to start soon. Planned facilities within the terminal precinct will allow freight to be handed over from

road to rail haulage. It is seen to take 3,000 trucks off Sydney roads once fully operational. The terminal will have a capacity to transport over a million freight containers via trains instead of trucks between Moorebank and Port Botany.

An eight-hectare property in Milperra was recently purchased by the Leda Group for $52 million. The site was previously owned by Lennox Industrial and was leased since the 1960’s to Heatcraft. Leda plans to subdivide the land and offer strata units in the new development.

According to Rob Ell, Leda’s managing director:

“This site was strategically acquired given the significant investment in infrastructure that is planned or currently under way by the government. Most of this investment is happening within south-west Sydney.”

Milperra’s accessibility via the M5 motorway makes it as a highly valued industrial area in the ever-growing commercial corridor of Sydney’s southwest.

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