Pendle Hill’s former Bonds Spinning Mills site in Sydney’s west is now one step closer to redevelopment after changes to zoning were approved by the NSW Government. Previously zoned light industrial, developer Dyldam submitted plans for the development of the former Bonds site in 2015. Branded “Denier Park”, the developer initially submitted a development application for 1300 units which was later scaled back to 1260 by Holroyd Council last year. The rezoning, approved by the Department of Planning and Environment, will allow for urban renewal transforming the old eight-hectare industrial site into new mixed-use precinct. Site renewal as a result of the rezoning will include development of medium-density residential apartments, commercial facilities including a supermarket, retail outlets, childcare facilities and offices.
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