Technology + Growth + Sustainability

Australian Technology Park continues to be actively developed since its official establishment in 1996.

The vision for the future of the Park is a thriving technology-focussed, growth-orientated business park that is sustainable and produces leading Australian product and services to both national and international recognition.

The presence at ATP of Channel 7, Pacific Magazines and Global Television supports this charter in the constantly evolving media landscape.

The National Innovation Centre overseen by ATP Innovations continues to push the frontier of Australian technological advances into a host of industries, and has been recognised for its efforts both at home and abroad.

As owner of the Park, the UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation (UGDC) actively encourages new development and employment opportunities at the Park and business proposals are welcomed. The Redfern Waterloo Built Environment Plan and the State Environment Planning Policy provide the opportunity to create a total of 222,486 sqm of gross floor space.

For more information contact the UGDC's Planning and Urban Renewal division on 9209 4220.


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Development Application Guide   
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Development Files

Heritage Public Statement
ATPSL Constitution
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Approved Subdivision Plan

ATP Height and Floor Space Ratio

ATP Land Use
ATP Master Plan

RWA Built Environment Plan (Stage 1)
SEPP 2005 RWA Sites - Floor Space Ratio Map
SEPP 2005 RWA Sites - Gross Floor Area Map

SEPP 2005 RWA Sites - Height of Buildings map

SEPP 2005 RWA Sites - Land Zoning Map

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