More than 400 local jobs have been created with the $150 million redevelopment of Ingleburn Logistics Park.
The Stockland-owned industrial park, located at 35-47 Stennett Road, Ingleburn, is a 28-hectare logistics site, to be completed in three stages.
Stage one has just been completed and stage two is ready to kick off.
Stockland general manager of logistics and business parks, Tony D’Addona, said the park was a massive boost for the local residents.
“We are proud to see the redevelopment of Ingleburn Logistics Park boosting local employment to support the western city – the engine room of the Sydney economy,” he said.
“Upon complete, Ingleburn Logistics Park will be a major employment hub supporting south-west Sydney with long-term employment opportunities that are close to home.”
The first stage features an almost 30,000sqm office and warehouse which has been fully leased to Next Logistics and TIFS, creating 170 new regional jobs.
Stage two, expected to be complete by July, will see the construction of two new warehouse buildings across seven hectares with a total floor spaces of more than 35,000sqm.
The new buildings will be customisable to suit operational requirements.
It is expected stage two will create 150 construction jobs and a further 100 flow-on jobs for local suppliers.
A third stage of development is planned for 15.5 hectares of land, though it will not be complete until about 2024.
“Our vision for the Ingleburn Logistics Park is to create modern, functional and flexible industrial infrastructures to accommodate future growth of Sydney and the changing requirements of our tenants,” Mr D’Addona said.