Liverpool Council is encouraging developers to consider building offices in Liverpool to accommodate state government jobs being moved to the area.
The state government will require 5000 square metres of office space in the area following the recent announcement that positions from the Community Relations Commission and Family and Community Services would be moving to Liverpool.
The NSW government has called for expressions of interest from developers to deliver office space before July 1, 2016.
Liverpool Mayor Ned Mannoun said the relocation of the government jobs was "a good fit for the community, servicing the needs of residents".
He said the plan would be a catalyst for further commercial development.
In other news:
Ruin at the Powerhouse
A contemporary art exhibition which explores destruction, degradation and disaster in everyday society will be at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre from this Friday.
Subject to Ruin will feature the works of 24 artists with each representing the artist's understanding of the definition of "ruin" and will run until July 6.
CPAC theatre producer Jacqueline Hornjik said the exhibition was a recognition of beginnings and endings in complex layers of meaning of past, present and future.
New college opens
A college offering diplomas in community service work, counselling and youth work opened in Liverpool last week.
Evocca College Liverpool branch manager Suzanne Wright said the Bigge Street educational institution offered flexible learning courses, which were tailored to suit individual students' needs and help them to achieve their goals.
The Liverpool campus will be one of 26 around the country. It is a nationally accredited registered training organisation offering nationally recognised qualifications.