2km to Campbelltown CBD, off Badgally Road
Indicative Land Area
In delivery. Stage 3 civil works commencing shortly.
The Concept Plan for the Claymore Renewal Project provides the framework for the creation of an integrated, mixed community of private and social housing close to transport, services, shops, community facilities, parks and open spaces.
Under this plan approved by the NSW Government in 2013, the total number of houses in Claymore will slightly increase to around 1,500 homes including up to 30% new and retained social housing.
New community facilities, upgraded open space areas and major infrastructure worth around $21 million will be delivered as part of the project.
The open space areas include the completed Badgally Reserve as well as the future upgrading of Dimeny Park, Davis Park and Fullwood Reserve. New local roads, pedestrian and cycle paths will also be built.
Modern and adaptable housing for seniors is a priority with around 150 units to be built close to future community facilities, parks and public transport. The first 55 seniors living units are under construction and will be ready for residents by early 2020.
The first two stages have delivered 250 new private homes which are now occupied.
The new social homes will be 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes to meet the increasing demand for this type of housing within the wider Campbelltown district. These homes will be indistinguishable from the private homes being built and will be mixed throughout.
Support for residents
As the community is transformed, we continue to support residents during this time of change. An on-site Community Renewal Team provides advice to residents about various programs and support initiatives and is based at the Claymore Opportunity Hub – 2/9 Gould Road, Claymore. Telephone: (02) 4629 3530.
The sale of new residential lots is being managed by Landcom, on behalf of New Communities. New land sales are regularly released by Landcom, under the ‘Hillcroft’ project branding.