Ethos Urban prepared two State Significant Development Applications for the redevelopment of Liverpool Hospital including construction of a new Integrated Services Building and Multi-Story Car Park.
Liverpool has been identified by the Greater Sydney Commission as a designated ‘Collaboration Area’ to ensure continued growth in health, education, research and innovation.
The centre of Liverpool is to be the foundation for growing a health and education precinct that will support the growing Western City over the next 20 years, centred around the NSW Government’s investment in hospitals to facilitate the emergence of a health and education precinct.
The development will deliver a world class health, research and academic precinct in Liverpool. The redevelopment will increase the inpatient bed numbers, as well as expanding tertiary and quaternary services.
Services included on-going planning advice, preparation of multiple campus wide comprehensive infrastructure works Review of Environmental Factors and State Significant Development Applications.