The Bays Community Coalition is hosting a community workshop on 7 June to discuss the current plan for the future development of the Bays Precinct. This is your opportunity to learn more about the project and respond to UrbanGrowth NSW's call for great ideas to shape the future redevelopment of the Bays Precinct.
The NSW Government's redevelopment of the 80-hectare Bays Precinct, stretching from Blackwattle Bay to the White Bay Power Station, will be one of the most significant urban renewal projects in Sydney.
On the 16 and 17 May, UrbanGrowth NSW held the Sydneysiders Summit and publicly released their discussion paper 'Transforming City Living: The Bays Precinct'. This discussion paper outlines the vision and objectives for the redevelopment of the Bays Precinct as well as identifying seven 'destinations'. The immediate priority desitinations are: the Bays Waterfront Promenade; Bays Market District; White Bay Power Station and White Bay (including the White Bay Cruise Terminal).
The Bays Community Coalition are bringing together a range of speakers to provide information and discuss the community's issues and great ideas to make the Bays Precinct a great place for current and future residents, workers and visitors.
Sunday 7 June
Leichhardt Town Hall
107 Norton Street, Leichhardt
I encourage you to provide UrbanGrowth NSW with your comments and innovative ideas to ensure that this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity delivers sustainable housing development, access to our harbour, public open space, active transport and the facilities a growing community needs including schools and affordable housing.
For more information on the Bays Precinct project or to send your submission, visit: http://bayscommunitycoalition.com/events/