Jordan Springs + Llandilo

Locals to Etch Their Mark in Jordan Springs History



PHOTO: Lendlease Communities project team members inspecting the Woodland Plains site in advance of the hard hat tour at Jordan Springs East. Image supplied.

Lendlease recently announced the ‘Name Our Streets’ initiative and invites locals to play a special role in helping shape the Jordan Springs East community by naming 25 new streets.

Residents are called upon to contribute to the next phase of the Jordan Springs development and share their suggestions for meaningful street names for consideration by Lendlease before a submission is made to the NSW Government and Penrith City Council.

The streets will be situated in Jordan Springs East including the new Woodland Plains release, which is nestled between the Regional Park and natural bushland and will cater to a rising demand for affordable housing in the area.

Many of the street names currently being considered by Penrith City Council have special meanings and honour the rich history and beautiful setting of the Woodland Plains. The street names include Governor, dedicated to previous landowner Governor Philip Gidley King, Tyler inspired by the locally found Tyler’s tree frog species and Elimatta meaning ‘my home’ in an Aboriginal language.

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