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Light Horse is the largest remaining parcel of industrial land east of the M7, representing the ideal home for an ambitious business with big plans for the future.

With over 170,000sqm of Gross Lettable Area and the flexibility to accommodate large scale warehouse and distribution facilities, there’s more than enough room to take your business to the next level and still have space to breathe. 

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Planning Timeline


  • Western Sydney Parklands Trust releases the Plan of Management 2020 and Supplement 2014 allowing for 2% of the Parklands to be leased for development of business hubs.
  • The hubs are expected to generate 8,800 jobs for Western Sydney.


Department of Planning grants development SSD 9667 consent for:

  • Construction of maximum floor area 165,500sqm of general industrial, light industrial, warehouse and distribution centres, and ancillary office land uses
  • Amending the site levels
  • Building envelopes constraints
  • Road layouts and site access arrangements
  • Landscape designs


  • Charter Hall entered into a Development Agreement with Western Sydney Parklands Trust, granting it the rights to develop the land over Light Horse Business Hub. 
  • Site remediation activities commenced.


More information is available from the Department of Planning's Major Projects website below. 

Construction Update



Site remediation has commenced to prepare the site for development.

Managing Construction Impacts


Contractor’s working on the site will be asked to manage construction noise throughout the project duration. This includes:

  • Regular updates to the community on planned noisy works
  • Monitoring of noise levels where required
  • Ensuring construction methodology minimises noise intensive activities

Works are to only take place within construction working hours:

  • 7am - 6pm Monday to Friday
  • 8am - 1pm Saturday



To minimise the impact of dust contractors will be required to cover or vegetate exposed surfaces as soon as practicable. When not possible, exposed surfaces are to be wetted down or treated so as to prevent dust. Construction access are to be well maintained and swept tracking of dirt and dust onto the road network is minimised.



No parking is allowed on the public road network with all parking maintained on site. Access is only to be through designated site accesses with all deliveries taking place during working hours. Dedicated access points have been assessed and certain movements are restricted during morning and evening peak to prevent impacts to the surrounding road network. The community is also to be notified of road closures and detours which may be required as part of the works.

For more details on what we are doing to manage environmental impacts please visit: 


 EPBC Reporting 

Year 1 Annual Compliance Report

Year 2 Annual Compliance Report


Light Horse Logistics Hub Community Contact

Light Horse Logistics Hub Community Contact