As a global city Sydney must provide world leading opportunities to invest, work, live and visit. By fostering and facilitating these opportunities, Sydney can be the leading destination for both business, leisure and liveability.
Driving improvements in transport infrastructure, we have strongly supported the Sydney Metro project including the extension to Bankstown and the CBD Light Rail completion to Kingsford, as well as the building of the Metro West Rail incorporating a station at Pyrmont to facilitate the development of the Pyrmont Peninsular and Western Harbour Precinct.
We continue to have input into the planning and development of other important precincts including the Tech Central project to build the knowledge economy, the Circular Quay precinct redevelopment revolving around tourism and business, and advocate key changes to The Rocks and Macquarie Street East.
The Sydney Central Business District accounts for near twenty-four percent of the State’s economy and our collaboration with the city and state government to revitalise and reshape this key precinct remains a high priority.
There also remains a significant opportunity to create a diverse, vibrant and inclusive 24-hour economy across Sydney. From changing regulations, enhancing the planning framework, capitalising on changes in behaviour and improving safety and connectivity we are working across industry and government to bring Sydney to life, day and night.