The 2018-19 NSW Budget committed to delivering the $790 million Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct, to be located at Liverpool Hospital. The project will include:
- a comprehensive cancer centre providing inpatient services
- expanded capacity for ambulatory care services to be an alternative to hospital admissions
- expanded neonatal intensive and maternity care capacity
- expanded day surgery and interventional radiology capacity, and
- expanded critical care and inpatient capacity
- additional carparking.
The project will be delivered across two stages:
- Stage 1 main works will include redevelopment of the hospital's main entrance, maternity services, outpatient and support services, including a new pathology department and expanded emergency department.
- Stage 2 main works will include construction of a new integrated services building with outpatient clinics, inpatient units, a Wellness Centre, and loading dock.
The project will enable Liverpool Hospital to respond to growing demand in South Western Sydney.
|Dec 2018||Project Announcement|
|Mar 2022||Construction Commencement|
|Dec 2026||Expected Construction Completion|
|Jun 2018||The 2018-19 NSW Budget committed to delivering the $740 million Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct, allocating $3.5 million over FY2018-19.|
|Nov 2019||The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) issued the Secretary's Environmental Assessment Requirements for the project.|
|May 2020||DPIE announced the commencement of the public exhibition for the project's State Significant Development application. Exhibition closed on 25 June.|
|Jun 2020||The NSW Government anounced Multiplex as the successful tenderer for the second stage of early works. This will involve reconfiguration of carparks, a new kitchen facility, retail spaces, a new mortuary, helipad upgrades and a temporary education facility to enable hospital operations to continue when main works commence in early 2021.|
|Jun 2020||The design for the Precinct was unveiled.|
|Nov 2020||The 2020-21 NSW Budget reported that $47 million had been spent up to the end of the previous financial year, and allocated $53 million for the project in FY2020-21.|
|Nov 2020||The NSW Government issued planning approval for the State Significant Development application for the project.|
|Jun 2021||The 2021-22 NSW Budget allocated $93 million for FY 2021-22.|
|Aug 2021||The NSW Government awarded the main works contract to Lendlease.|
|Mar 2022||Construction commenced on the project.|
|Jun 2022||The 2022-23 NSW Budget allocated $127 million towards the project for FY2022-23.|
Notice of project on exhibition (May 2020)
Notice of planning approval
2022-23 NSW Budget