As the Government's go-to agency in the Hunter and Central Coast regions, HCCDC plays a key role in delivering significant and complex projects that establish sustained growth and development.
To achieve this, HCCDC works in partnership with local councils and stakeholders to deliver outcomes that benefit and enhance communities.
Mount Penang Parklands
HCCDC owns and manages the Central Coast's Mount Penang Parklands precinct, a destination for tourism, events, business and education.
HCCDC led the $650 million Revitalising Newcastle program, connecting the city to the waterfront, creating job opportunities, new housing and public spaces connected to better transport.
The urban renewal at Honeysuckle in Newcastle is a cornerstone project for HCCDC that is all about creating attractive spaces for people to live, work and play, right on the waterfront.
Leagues Club Field
Gosford's Leagues Club Field is being transformed into a world-class, nature-inspired regional play space.
Since the early 2000s, HCCDC has been working to remediate and rehabilitate two former BHP sites around the Port of Newcastle.
Cockle Creek Precinct
HCCDC owns the land formerly occupied by the Cockle Creek lead and zinc smelter at Boolaroo near Lake Macquarie.
Grow, renew and thrive
The project teams at HCCDC lead challenging projects that require specialised skills and experience. Often these projects are long term, such as the Honeysuckle urban renewal project and the remediation of the former BHP Steelworks site in Mayfield.
Other projects high-profile projects help to deliver key NSW Government commitments, such as the $650 million Revitalising Newcastle program to create a vibrant and active Newcastle city centre, connected to better transport.
All projects focus on creating thriving Hunter and Central Coast regions with dynamic metropolitan cities at their heart. HCCDC has a key role in continuing to deliver this vision and new projects will complement and enhance those currently underway.
It is an exciting time to live, work and play in the Hunter and Central Coast regions, and HCCDC is proud to have an active role in creating vibrant and thriving communities.