As the major centre of the Central Coast, Gosford is poised for enormous growth, fuelled by significant infrastructure investment and an expanding population. The Gosford City Centre Masterplan establishes how the city will encompass a wide range of uses, including business, government, retail, cultural, educational and recreational activities. It identifies five key precincts of development – The Waterfront, the Arts & Entertainment Precinct, the City Core, the Railway Precinct and the Hospital Precinct, with Gosford Hospital presently undergoing a $400m upgrade. In addition to this, local residents will enjoy enhanced connectivity, with the new North Connex motorway set to link nearby Kariong to Sydney in a journey which will have no traffic lights. Both the NSW State Finance Department and the ATO are being relocated to Gosford in 2018, bringing a skilled workforce which will positively impact local business.
One continuous freeway from Gosford to Sydney’s CBD
Under construction is the new North Connex motorway project which will link neighbouring Kariong to the Sydney CBD with no traffic lights.
Around 9km tunnel linking the M1 Pacific Motorway to the M2
Up to 15mins travel time saving
Up to 21 traffic lights bypassed
Improvements to local air quality
Improve the efficient movement of state and national freight
Better and more reliable trips for people, businesses and freight
Reduce traffic from local areas
Provide opportunities for improved public transport
5.3 metre high tunnel
Built for 3 lanes marked for 2
Refer to contract for sale.
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