Collaboration Area
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"The Greater Sydney Commission is playing an invaluable role in expanding the way in which health and urban planning can be undertaken by government. This reimagining of planning can lead to improvements in the health and wellbeing of our communities – by improving access to health services, building healthy neighbourhoods and supporting better transport links and job opportunities." Elizabeth Koff, Secretary NSW Health
 
Meeting our city’s growing needs
The Precinct is critical to supporting our growing city by creating jobs, attracting investment, enabling great public spaces and delivering much-needed improvements to health services. Good planning and collaboration will ensure the Precinct is well-served by housing, transport connections, and social infrastructure.
 
 Strategic planning
Randwick Campus Redevelopment is contributing to planning for the Randwick Collaboration Area being delivered by the Greater Sydney Commission along with representatives from Randwick City Council, UNSW, Australian Turf Club and state government agencies across health, education, planning, environment, transport and housing.
Strategically located between the Sydney Central Business District and Sydney Airport, the Randwick Collaboration Area includes the Randwick Health and Education Precinct.
The Collaboration Area will support Randwick in becoming one of Australia’s leading centres for health and wellbeing.

collaboration-area.jpgMap of the Randwick Collaboration Area


Key priority

A key priority for the Randwick Collaboration Area is to improve the integration of health, research, education and teaching to drive innovation and economic growth across the Area.

Key issues

Key issues identified for the area are:
  • a need for public and active transport to support growth
  • housing affordability, particularly for students and key workers,
  • stronger connection between institutions, business and community in the surrounding areas.

Next steps

The Randwick Health and Education Precinct partners will continue to work with Greater Sydney Commission, Randwick City Council and other key stakeholders to improve the integration of health, research, education and teaching to drive innovation and economic growth across the Area.
Click here to find out more about Collaboration areas and the Greater Sydney Commission.