Transforming Sydney: How light rail, laneways, retail and night-time activity will revitalise the heart of our city.
22 May 2012
Sydney is Australia's gateway to the world – now the City of Sydney has a bold plan to make George Street an attractive, integrated and thriving heart for the city.
Hear our plan to create a pedestrian-friendly and accessible environment for business on George Street, with improved shopping experiences and less noise and clutter.
After the talk, held in conjunction with the Sydney Morning Herald, a panel of industry representatives from transport, tourism, retail, property and small business will discuss the benefits of this essential revitalisation.
More information on our plan to transform George Street.
br>The Hon Bruce Baird AM, Chairman, Tourism & Transport Forum
Margy Osmond, CEO, Australian National Retailers Association
Glenn Byres, Executive Director NSW, Property Council of Australia
Chris Jordan AO, Chair, Committee for Sydney
Martin O'Sullivan, President, NSW Small Bar Association
Headland Park, Barangaroo: In conversation with Peter Walker
21 February 2012
At the first City Conversation for 2012, Peter Walker, internationally renowned landscape architect, will talk about the designs for Barangaroo's Headland Park.
Peter has designed hundreds of major projects during a five-decade career, including the redevelopment of Millennium Park for the Sydney Olympics and the World Trade Centre Memorial in New York City.
Following the talk, which is being held in conjunction with Barangaroo Delivery Authority, a panel of experts will discuss the new Headland Park and its significance for the city's workers, visitors and residents.
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Last updated: Friday, 3 May 2013