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The Department of Planning and Environment (DPE) has identified a group of sites on the Pyrmont peninsula that could be "capable of change". They are marked in orange on this map. Updated planning controls for these sites could help with growth in jobs and homes.
The DPE chose these sites by considering ownership patterns, heritage, recent development, site size, potential for connectivity, and amenity.
Can they change? Why, or why not? Are there any sites not marked in orange that could change to help us deliver jobs and homes?
Drop a pin on any site that interests you and attach a note to let us know how you think that site could contribute to Pyrmont and Ultimo’s future.
Please note: The DPE is responsible for planning on four key sites including the Blackwattle Bay State Significant Precinct, The Star hotel site, Harbourside and Pyrmont Metro sites. These sites are marked in grey on this map. We are not seeking comments on these sites.
There are a number of ways to give feedback on this interactive map. There are icons with themes along the top of the map.
This interactive map is best experienced on a desktop computer.