The Liverpool Health, Education, Research and Innovation Precinct

The Liverpool Health, Education, Research and Innovation Precinct has the capacity to transform both how our city functions and the perceptions of Liverpool and the broader South West Sydney region. Already a major employer, the precinct can become even more important as a job generator, building on the connections between some significant institutions.

Lucy Turnbull, AO, Chief Commissioner of the Greater Sydney Commission (GSC), launched Price Waterhouse Cooper's (PWC) report Reimagining the Liverpool Health, Education, Research and Innovation Precinct, in August 2017 and reiterated the GSC's commitment to ensuring that Liverpool is as economically and socially strong as possible. PWC's Chief Economist, Jeremy Thorpe, outlined how the precinct will multiply jobs and economic activity at twice the rate of the rest of Sydney.

The PWC report was commissioned by the following Liverpool Health, Education, Research and Innovation Precinct Committee members:

This precinct is also strategically situated between Western Sydney Airport and Kingsford Smith Airport. It is close to the road and rail network, including the Moorebank Intermodal. This provides a great opportunity for the precinct to be a hub for the delivery of medical supplies and products. It will also encourage the development of education and will stimulate the development of new industries combining local manufacturing expertise with medical research support. Companies, particularly in the health field, will be encouraged to seize this opportunity and invest in our city.

All of these opportunities are packaged within a walkable city, a major trend among global cities. Walkable cities not only enjoy higher economic and environmental benefits but residents are also proven to stay better connected and engaged with their surrounding community.

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Liverpool City Council Equity Scholarship

Liverpool City Council has committed to funding $30,000 in scholarships over the next three years. Five $2000 equity-based scholarships will be available each year to financially and/or socially disadvantaged students from the Liverpool region to study at the University of Wollongong's South Western Sydney campus.

They will operate alongside two University Of Wollongong funded $5000 academic excellence scholarships, offered each year to students studying at the South Western Sydney Campus with high academic achievement and who display the attributes of community engagement, leadership and motivation to study.