Completed project

About One Minto

One Minto is an urban renewal project that has transformed the former social housing estate of Minto in South Western Sydney into a new and thriving community. It has set a new benchmark for similar social housing renewal projects in NSW.

A mix of 70% private and 30% social housing was carefully integrated into the masterplan. One Minto has been converted into a sustainable and socially cohesive community that is home to thousands of people surrounded by attractive streetscapes, new homes and high quality open spaces and infrastructure.

One Minto demonstrates the benefits of government, industry and the local community working together to reinvigorate a community beyond the delivery of new housing and drive long-lasting social outcomes.

Key project outcomes

One Minto is a $375 million urban renewal project that has delivered over 1,200 dwellings for an estimated 3,600 residents. The project was completed in 2016 and showcases Landcom’s masterplan which integrates new and renovated social housing with new private housing.


  • 850 private homes and 350 social, disability and aged-care homes.
  • A diverse range of house and land lot sizes ranging from small integrated lots through to large acre lots. Dwelling styles included a mix of detached, dual occupancy and zero lot line homes.


  • Energy efficient house designs were implemented through the Minto Development Control Plan.


  • Delivery of a low-cost project through the use of engineering methodologies that allowed existing social housing residents to remain in their homes during the renewal phase.


One Minto industry accolades include:

  • 2011: Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Award for Affordable Housing
  • 2011: Urban Development Institute of Australia ‘Affordable Development’ Award 
  • 2016: Finalist 2016 UDIA Awards for Excellence in Urban Renewal / Adaptive Reuse
  • 2016: Finalist 2016 UDIA Awards for Excellence in Government Leadership

Delivery snapshot

1,200 residential dwellings

3,600 new and existing residents

$375 million end value

6 parks and two playing fields

Several kilometers of cycle and bike paths

A community hub facility