Connected Liverpool 2050

Consultation has concluded

Your Say On Liverpool's Future


Liverpool’s Draft Local Strategic Planning Statement

Connected Liverpool 2050 is Council’s Draft Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS). Once it is adopted, it will inform the review of Liverpool City Council’s Local Environmental Plan. Connected Liverpool 2050 will guide the development of your suburb, balancing the need for housing, jobs and services as well as parks, community facilities and the natural environment.

It includes a 30-year land use vision for the Liverpool LGA and outlines priorities and actions to ensure that we can plan for what is needed in the future.

Key priorities in the draft include :

  • Protecting the local character of suburbs;
  • Concentrating new homes close to transport;
  • Improving connections to the Georges River; and
  • Fostering more jobs and opportunities within a 30-minute commute.

Read the draft Plan here.

How the draft Plan was developed

The draft LSPS was informed by community consultation including:

  • An online survey on Council’s ‘Liverpool Listens’ webpage (approximately 500 responses);
  • Feedback provided at District Forums;
  • Feedback provided at the Moorebank Community Forum; and
  • A Youth Workshop held in May 2019.

Exhibition of the LSPS (28 June to 9 August 2019)

The draft LSPS was publically exhibited for 6 weeks between 28 June 2019 to 9 August 2019.

During this period, Council staff consulted the community through face to face and online engagement. This included:

  • Pop ups in shopping centres;
  • Drop-ins at libraries and community centres;
  • A developer and business breakfast; and
  • Community Forums.

We have received a positive response from the community with:

  • Approx. 530 surveys;
  • Over 650 ideas;
  • Over 2000 visits to the webpage; and
  • Approx. 220 downloads of the LSPS ‘Connected Liverpool 2050’ document.

The exhibition is now closed.

> View Ideas Board

Next Steps

We are currently reviewing the community feedback and submissions received which will be used to:

  • Finalise the LSPS; and
  • Inform the preparation of a new Liverpool Local Environmental Plan.

Find out more about the LEP Review project.

Your Say On Liverpool's Future


Liverpool’s Draft Local Strategic Planning Statement

Connected Liverpool 2050 is Council’s Draft Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS). Once it is adopted, it will inform the review of Liverpool City Council’s Local Environmental Plan. Connected Liverpool 2050 will guide the development of your suburb, balancing the need for housing, jobs and services as well as parks, community facilities and the natural environment.

It includes a 30-year land use vision for the Liverpool LGA and outlines priorities and actions to ensure that we can plan for what is needed in the future.

Key priorities in the draft include :

  • Protecting the local character of suburbs;
  • Concentrating new homes close to transport;
  • Improving connections to the Georges River; and
  • Fostering more jobs and opportunities within a 30-minute commute.

Read the draft Plan here.

How the draft Plan was developed

The draft LSPS was informed by community consultation including:

  • An online survey on Council’s ‘Liverpool Listens’ webpage (approximately 500 responses);
  • Feedback provided at District Forums;
  • Feedback provided at the Moorebank Community Forum; and
  • A Youth Workshop held in May 2019.

Exhibition of the LSPS (28 June to 9 August 2019)

The draft LSPS was publically exhibited for 6 weeks between 28 June 2019 to 9 August 2019.

During this period, Council staff consulted the community through face to face and online engagement. This included:

  • Pop ups in shopping centres;
  • Drop-ins at libraries and community centres;
  • A developer and business breakfast; and
  • Community Forums.

We have received a positive response from the community with:

  • Approx. 530 surveys;
  • Over 650 ideas;
  • Over 2000 visits to the webpage; and
  • Approx. 220 downloads of the LSPS ‘Connected Liverpool 2050’ document.

The exhibition is now closed.

> View Ideas Board

Next Steps

We are currently reviewing the community feedback and submissions received which will be used to:

  • Finalise the LSPS; and
  • Inform the preparation of a new Liverpool Local Environmental Plan.

Find out more about the LEP Review project.