Sydney Metro Greater West connects communities and travellers with the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport and the growing Parkland City region. The city-shaping project, from St Marys through to the new airport and the Western Sydney Aerotropolis, will be approximately 23 kilometres in length and link residential areas with job hubs including the new Aerotropolis, and connect travellers from the new airport to the rest of Sydney’s public transport system.
Sydney Metro conducted the Final Business Case (FBC) for the St Mary’s to Aerotropolis line, and a Strategic Business Case (SBC) for the broader rail connections to the north (Tallawong), south (Campbelltown), south east (Leppington), and east (Parramatta).
LUTI Consulting worked on multiple aspects of the Sydney Metro Greater West project’s FBC and SBC, including:
• Land use capacity, dependence and growth redistribution modelling (as part of the COX project team) – SBC and FBC
• Urban Development Benefits and WEBs (as part of the PwC project team) – SBC and FBC
• Value Creation and Sharing (Lead Consultant) – FBC
LUTI Consulting worked as part of the Cox Architecture land use team on the economic appraisal. LUTI Consulting were also lead consultants on the Value Creation and Sharing analysis.
Dr James McIntosh – Project Integration and Value Creation Lead
Dr Roman Trubka – Economics and Spatial Analysis Lead
Period of Engagement
January 2019 – May 2020
Value of Engagement