LIVERPOOL'S plans for urban growth do not appear to be slowing down with the Sydney West Joint Regional Planning Panel approving yet another significant development.
The residential building, valued at almost $25 million, is set to boost local jobs and the local economy.
The development has been awarded design excellence by the Planning and Infrastructure Department and will comprise one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.
The award-winning development will be at the northern end of the CBD on the Hume Highway at the entrance to Warwick Farm.
The design also incorporates an underground car park with spaces for cars, motorbikes and bicycles.
Liverpool mayor Ned Mannoun said he was pleased the planning panel approved the building with the council's support.
"The approval of this development is another strong signal that Liverpool is on the move with new investment and jobs," he said.
"High-quality developments such as these will support our growing city by providing much-needed housing for both our current and future residents.
"This is exactly the type of quality development and investment we want to see in Liverpool, and the council will continue to support new development like this in the CBD."
Cr Mannoun said the approval of the building was part of the city's strategy to drive investment, create jobs and create a liveable, safe city.
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