The draft Pyrmont Peninsula Place Strategy was exhibited for community and stakeholder review and feedback from 31 July to 13 September, 2020.
Thank you to all who have provided feedback.
The draft Place Strategy has been developed to enable a transformation that unlocks innovation and investment to create the jobs of the future, while celebrating the rich heritage and charm of the peninsula.
Feedback received during public exhibition will be used to refine the Place Strategy which will guide transformation of Pyrmont Peninsula over the years to 2041.
For more information on the project and consultation, visit the website. You can also read the exhibition documents here.
- Draft Pyrmont Peninsula Place Strategy (PPPS)
- PPPS frequently asked questions
- Economic Development Strategy (EDS)
- EDS frequently asked questions
- Aboriginal Heritage
- European Heritage
- Infrastructure Delivery Opportunities
- Place Based Transport Strategy Part A
- Place Based Transport Strategy Part B
- Social Infrastructure Part A
- Social Infrastructure Part B
- Social Infrastructure Part C
- Social Infrastructure Part D
- Sustainability Scoping Report
- Utilities Infrastructure Assessment
- Urban Design Project Analysis Part A
- Urban Design Project Analysis Part B
- Urban Design Project Analysis Part C
- Urban Design Project Analysis Part D
- Urban Design Strategic Framework Part A
- Urban Design Strategic Framework Part B