Artist impression of proposed Community Hub at Jordan Springs, subject to relevant approvals | Photo supplied.
Jordan Springs’ thriving and active community will soon have a new place to call home following council approval of the Jordan Springs Community Resource Hub.
A joint initiative between Penrith City Council and Lendlease, the Community Resource Hub will provide locals with the opportunity to access greater services from a range of training, health and recreational groups.
Located in the heart of the Jordan Springs town centre, the state-of-the-art facility will bring together local businesses and groups with meeting, IT and multipurpose rooms, a kitchen, and wide outdoor spaces. It will also include a community hall seating up to 120 people, ideal for family celebrations and gatherings.
Penrith Mayor Karen McKeown said the new addition to Jordan Spring will be a great asset to the community.
“The proposed Jordan Springs Community Resource Hub will be highly welcomed as a space for everybody to come together to connect, learn and grow.”
Arthur Ilias, General Manager for Lendlease Communities in NSW/ACT, said the Community Resource Hub demonstrates Lendlease’s ongoing commitment to providing community infrastructure for residents of the surrounding community.
“We’re looking forward to delivering this Hub to Jordan Springs. The facility will cater to the health, education, recreational and social needs of our community.
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