It is with great excitement that Gregory Hills can announce that construction on the final stage of Gregory Hills Drive is now underway!
Gregory Hills Drive is one of the most highly anticipated projects for the Gregory Hills and wider Camden communities with both current and future residents keenly awaiting its construction. The road will connect Gregory Hills and the rapidly growing northern suburbs of Camden to Campbelltown, the Hume Motorway, and Campbelltown Railway Station, and has long been planned to provide a crucial new link on the local road network.
Recently captured drone footage shows that earthworks have begun to sculpt the four-lane roadway which will connect to the intersection of Eagle Vale Drive and Badgally Road.
A still from the drone footage of the construction of Gregory Hills Drive.
David Taylor, General Manager of Dart West Developments, was extremely pleased to confirm that ground had been broken on the final stage for this landmark infrastructure.
“We are very happy to announce that works have now begun on the much anticipated final stage of Gregory Hills Drive. This piece of road will connect Gregory Hills to the rest of western Sydney, giving our residents incredible access to motorways, trains, and other crucial infrastructure,”
writes Mr. Taylor.
The road is forecast for completion in the second-half of 2017, with both state and local governments also eager to see the link completed.
“This road, for residents of our community and beyond, will confirm, that Gregory Hills really is built around you,” finished David.
Drone footage of the construction of Gregory Hills Drive.