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Placemaking NSW

Placemaking NSW was formed in June 2020. Part of the Cities and Active Transport division in Transport for NSW, Placemaking NSW focuses on the development and the care, control and management of the most important harbourside precincts in Sydney.

These include high profile precincts The Rocks, Barangaroo and Darling Harbour. Placemaking NSW also manages Luna Park, Ballast Point Park and parks and waterfront boardwalks in Pyrmont. These special places include more than 100 heritage buildings as well as unique venues such as the Chinese Garden of Friendship and major event facilities at the International Convention Centre.

Most recently, Placemaking NSW has begun important remediation and conservation works at White Bay Power Station in Rozelle.

Placemaking NSW Advisory Committee

NamePosition

Ken Kanofski

Chair, Placemaking NSW Advisory Committee

David Borger

Advisory Committee and Place Management NSW Board member

Romilly Madew AO FTSE

Advisory Committee and Place Management NSW Board member

Tony McCormick

Advisory Committee and Place Management NSW Board member

Bridget Smyth

Advisory Committee and Place Management NSW Board member

Anita Mitchell

Chief Executive, Placemaking NSW

The Rocks

Place Management NSW owns and manages The Rocks.

The Rocks

Darling Harbour

Place Management NSW owns and manages the 60 hectare Darling Harbour site, which includes 28 hectares of water, known as Cockle Bay.

Darling Harbour

Bays West

Bays West comprises Rozelle Bay, Rozelle Rail Yards, White Bay, Glebe Island and White Bay Power Station.

Bays West

Luna Park Reserve

The Luna Park Reserve at Milsons point is one of the most prominent and visually distinctive landmarks on the Sydney Harbour foreshore.

Luna Park Reserve

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