Reimagining the Liverpool Health, Education, Research and Innovation Precinct

Health and education already plays a significant role in Liverpool. This document sets out an aspirational vision for the future development of the Liverpool Health, Education, Research and Innovation Precinct (the Liverpool Innovation Precinct).
Liverpool could be revolutionised to become a first-class health and education precinct.

With more than 15,000 employed in the health and knowledge sector, a massive injection of new investment in health, education and research could double these job numbers over the next 20 years.

By 2036, the Liverpool Local Government Area should contain around 30,000 health and knowledge workers, almost 25 per cent per cent of the workforce.

Titled ‘Reimagining… the Liverpool Health, Education, Research and Innovation Precinct’, the report recommends that Liverpool be developed as a Centre of Excellence for Cancer and Translational Research and Health Technology, to service South Western Sydney and beyond.

David Borger

Western Sydney Director

David led the Sydney Business Chamber campaign in support of the Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek including establishing the Western Sydney Airport Alliance. He has collaborated with chief executive officers, managing partners and Vice Chancellors to support campaigns like the Powerhouse Museum to Parramatta, the Westmead and Liverpool Innovation Districts, Sydney Olympic Park, Parramatta Light Rail and West Metro. Prior to this, he served as the Minister for Roads, Minister assisting the Minister for Transport and Roads in the NSW Labor Government, Minister for Housing, as well as Minister for Western Sydney.