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Sydneysiders Summit (2015) (14)
Sydneysiders Summit | Event summary (short)
Held on the 16 & 17 May 2015, the Sydneysiders Summit gave the community a new opportunity to provide ideas for the future of The Bays Precinct. The summit will offered anyone who has an interest in The Bays Precinct the opportunity to put forward their vision for the precincts first areas of renewal. The Bays Precinct is made up of the White Bay, Rozelle Bay and Blackwattle Bay foreshores, and is nestled within and around Pyrmont, Ultimo, Annandale, Glebe, Rozelle, Lilyfield and Balmain.
Sydneysiders Summit | Bays Market District
Rejuvenate the Sydney Fish Market (wholesale and retail) and connect it to the water, and expand the fresh food offering, creating a world-class Bays Market District.
Sydneysiders Summit | Bays Waterfront Promenade
Imagine the ability to safely walk or cycle along the waterfront, all the way from Balmain through to the Sydney CBD - a trip that takes you along our beautiful harbour, with opportunities to sit by the foreshore with a coffee, enjoy a long lunch at a waterside café, admire locally-produced sculptures or art, or even pop in to see the busy activity of a local community garden.
Sydneysiders Summit | White Bay Power Station
The White Bay Power Station is the most recognised of the Precincts buildings, and we see it as a statement of the ongoing transformation and evolution of The Bays Precinct. By creating a new landmark for Sydney that draws strongly on the whole Precincts working heritage, we can enshrine the areas history while demonstrating a resilience and flexibility to adapt for the future.
Sydneysiders Summit | White Bay Cruise Terminal
In partnership with the Port Authority of NSW, we wish to engage stakeholders on innovative solutions to the environmental and operational issues at White Bay Cruise Terminal and consider longer-term future uses of White Bay.
Sydneysiders Summit | Rozelle Bay, Bays Waterways, Rozelle Rail Yards, Glebe Island
Rozelle Bay and Bays Waterways (Glebe, Blackwattle and Johnstons Bays), Rozelle Rail Yards, Glebe Island are medium-term priority and longer-term priorities. UrbanGrowth NSW doesn't intend to pre-determine the ambition for the medium and longer- term Destinations at this stage. As The Bays Precinct evolves and as our collaborations with Sydneysiders, industry and across government continue we expect to see the ambitions for these areas shaped by emerging environmental, social and economic trends, as well as new ideas and technologies.
Sydneysiders Summit | Video booth feedback
At the ?Sydneysiders Summit? community members gave feedback about the possibilities for ?The Bays Precinct? using a variety of methods, none more popular than our video booth.
Sydneysiders Summit | Views from industry stakeholders
As part of the ?Sydneysiders Summit? Leadership Forums were held for industry, including representatives of architecture, design, construction, development, finance, health, innovation, education, sustainability, technology and tourism. UrbanGrowth NSW is the bridge between government, industry and communities, to enable the delivery of more housing and jobs, public amenity and economic growth for Sydney and NSW. Take a look at what members of industry had to say about the possibilities for ??The Bays Precinct?.
Sydneysiders Summit | Locality Stakeholders
Continuous dialogue and consultation with community interest groups is an important part of the urban transformation process. During the Sydneysiders Summit a number of local representatives put forward their views about the future of The Bays Precinct
Sydneysiders Summit | Community Feedback on Engagement
"At the Sydneysiders Summit what we set out to do was invite the whole of Sydney to understand what the propositions are for The Bays Precinct and listen to their views, advice and complaints. Being as open and transparent as this, is a great start." said David Pitchford, chief Executive of UrbanGrowth NSW.
Discovery Day (2015) (6)
Event Summary | Discovery Day 2015
Large areas of normally inaccessible waterfront land in Sydneys inner Harbour was opened up to the public on Sunday, 12 April, 2015 to give Sydneysiders a chance to see close up what the The Bays Precinct Sydney is like today, learn about its past, and consider its future.
The Bays Precinct Sydney Discovery Day was a full day of family activities and entertainment around Blackwattle Bay (including the Sydney Fish Market), Rozelle Bay and White Bay as part of UrbanGrowth NSWs project to transform the area by creating new destinations and unlocking public access.
Memories | DIscovery Day 2015
What does The Bays Precinct Sydney mean to you? On Discovery Day we met Jean who was kind enough to share with us her beautiful memories of White Bay Power Station.
Community views | Discovery Day 2015 | The Bays Precinct
At Discovery Day we spoke to people from the community about their thoughts and vision for The Bays Precinct. Here's what some of them had to say.
Kids views | Discovery Day 2015
Our kids, the next generation to potentially live in ?The Bays Precinct?, shared some of their ideas at Discovery Day about what the future of the area should be! ?
Collaborative Learning (3)
UNSW present their ideas for the White Bay Power Station
UNSW students presented their concepts for the White Bay Power Station as part of the Call For Great Ideas. Hear how they found the experience working on developing ideas to transform an important icon of The Bays Precinct.
White Bay Power Station (11)
White Bay Power Station | Site tour
Take a look around the White Bay Power Station featuring footage of the of internal rooms and external facade and site.