Grand vision: Payce has submitted plans to transform an under-utilised area of industrial land at Melrose Park. It was the result of two years of working with the council.

The future fate ofMelrose Park is expected to be decidednext Monday night.

A City of Parramatta Council reportrecommends the precinct be subject to twostructural plans proposed by developer Payce.The other landowners Holdmarkand Goodmanwant one single precinct structure plan.

Melrose Park represents one of Sydney’s biggest urban renewal opportunities, according to City of Plan Strategy and Development executive director Sue Francis, who spoke on behalf ofHoldmark at a recent council meeting.

“Adoption of a holistic approach to development is therefore essential to ensure infrastructure and urban design provisions are adequately considered in an efficient and transparent manner,” she said.

“This is only reasonably and sustainably possible with the preparation of one structure plan.”

Ermingtom Gospel Trust expressedsupport for two plans.

Council administrator Amanda Chadwick deferred her decisionto give landowners a chance to work together towards one structure plan for the whole precinct.

Payce director Dominic Sullivan has since reiterated its the need fortwo separate structure plans but appreciated the extra timeto consult other landowners.

“Payce will continue to work with both north and south landowners in order to move forward, ensuring the best possible outcome for all parties, to support this major urban renewal project.”

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