Major projects are allocated to a team of Commission members. This project is Sydney’s biggest development project since the 2000 Olympics.
This project is allocated to Justice Boulton and Deputy President Sams.
The Barangaroo South development site is Sydney’s biggest development project since the 2000 Olympics and one of the most significant waterfront regenerations currently underway anywhere in the world.
It is a 7.7 hectare site in Millers Point, Sydney. The development will transform the former container wharf into a new waterfront financial district with commercial and residential buildings as well as shopping, dining, hospitality and public places.
The project is valued at around $6 billion. It is due to be completed between 2020 and 2025.
The Barangaroo South site is being developed by Lend Lease. The company was engaged by the Barangaroo Delivery Authority on behalf of the New South Wales Government in December 2009.
There are approximately 650 workers currently working at Barangaroo South. Over its life, the project will involve thousands of workers.
Unions involved include the CFMEU, CEPU and the AMWU.
Further information can be found in the Barangaroo South fact sheet (PDF).