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Market: Cultural , Hospitality , Mixed Use , Residential. View Gallery. Project Facts Location: Sydney, Australia Design Completion: Site Area: 5.
Follow the Barangaroo development journey, from a hectare disused container wharf to Sydney's vibrant new waterfront precinct.
On 1 July , the Barangaroo Delivery Authority was abolished with its functions transferring to Infrastructure NSW.
Barangaroo is well-served by public transport links following the opening of a ferry wharf last year and Wynyard Walk provides a convenient pedestrian link to train services.
On 1 July , the Barangaroo Delivery Authority was abolished with its functions transferring to Infrastructure NSW. This shifted the demographics of the area significantly, turning it from a mix of skilled and unskilled workers to a working-class neighbourhood.
The arrival of the bubonic plague in Sydney in was cause for alarm on the docks. It also provided convenient grounds for mass resumptions of houses in preparation for reshaping the landscape of The Rocks, Dawes Point and Millers Point.
Shipping operations were shut down for a period of time while Council decontaminated the area and exterminated disease ridden rats.
During this time the ownership of the port was shifted from individually owned private wharfs to the Sydney Harbour Trust.
The trust dismantled the inadequate and unsafe docks and built finger wharfs large enough to facilitate large modern ships.
By the end of the s construction was complete, the wharfs dominated the waterfront from Millers point down to Darling Harbour.
The Great Depression gave East Darling Harbour and dock areas surrounding it a poignant nickname, The Hungry Mile.
During this period great masses of workers would line up down the mile long stretch of wharfs and wait for work. This brutal system made for a very adversarial environment which polarised the community at large.
They erupted occasionally in protest, most famously refusing to load a boat with scrap metal bound for Japan on the eve of World War II.
By the s ships had become too big for the now inadequately small finger wharfs of East Darling Harbour. Standardized shipping container sizes had eliminated the need for bulk offloading.
One crane operator could now do the work of 50 men. The whole of what is known today as South Barangaroo was turned into a massive concrete apron , the northern end followed similarly in the s.
The lack of a heavy rail link or a b-double capable road limited the port's capacity in processing in and outbound cargo. As container ships got bigger this problem only got worse.
The ultimate demise of commercial shipping in Darling Harbour, and ultimately Sydney Harbour as a working harbour, was the construction of Port Botany in and the expansion of port facilities at Port Kembla and Newcastle.
With excellent rail, road and air connections to the port, along with massive capacity for expansion and the ability to handle large container ships, it progressively became the main port of Sydney.
The wharfs had been unusually free of union activity from the beginning of World War II up until the mids, with high wages and a steady stream of jobs.
In the Howard Government was elected into power promising industrial relations reform. In the Workplace Relations Act, limited the bargaining power of unions and sidelined the Australian Industrial Relations Commission 's ability to mediate negotiations as well as introducing statutory employee contracts.
In Patrick Stevedoring laid off all its workers and liquidated its assets after encountering backlash from the unions for the new workplace contracts taking advantage of the new legislation.
The employees were rehired by a new corporation with the same people who owned Patrick, just on a lower wage and with fewer concessions in their contracts.
In with the stevedoring companies set to move out within three years, the Government of New South Wales designated the site for redevelopment into parklands and commercial space.
An international design contest was launched in attracting submissions from around the world. This put an end to almost years of cargo shipping operations in eastern Darling Harbour.
Prior to the precinct's redevelopment, Barangaroo was a World Youth Day site used for the opening mass for an estimated , people,  concerts, a re-enactment of the Stations of the Cross and for the arrival of Pope Benedict XVI to Sydney.
A passenger terminal for cruise liners was temporarily located at Barangaroo, prior to construction of the White Bay Cruise Terminal.
The Barangaroo Foreshore is also available for events during construction. Initially placed in the hands of Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority ,  the Barangaroo Delivery Authority was established pursuant to the Barangaroo Delivery Authority Act, No 2 to facilitate a high quality commercial and mixed use precinct at Barangaroo balancing social, economic and environment outcomes, including the establishment of a headland park and other public domains; amongst other objectives.
The role of the Panel was to guide the government authority on a range of design issues, such as architecture, landscape and culture.
Commissioned initially in , the Panel was instrumental in the selection of Hill Thalis Architecture as the winning the international design competition in There was early debate regarding the design and size of waterfront developments.
The City of Sydney and some architectural bodies expressed concern that the proposed designs would be out of scale with the surrounding environment, as well as causing large unwanted shadows over the immediate area, parts of Darling Harbour and possibly nearby Pyrmont.
A concept plan was released by the Government in and a year later announced that it had shortlisted consortia led by Brookfield Multiplex , Lend Lease Group and Mirvac.
When plans were put on public display during it was claimed that the development exceeded planning height and footprint limits.
In March , the Government and Lend Lease entered into provisional contracts for the development of the site, subject to Ministerial approval which was given in May Concerned about the lack of transparency, in September Clover Moore , who was both Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney and Member for Sydney in the state parliament, resigned as a director of the Barangaroo Delivery Authority.
On attaining Government in March , Premier Barry O'Farrell announced an independent review into the selection processes.
The panel reported in August and stated that two members of a design panel had a conflict of duty. The Government has also asked Lend Lease to move the hotel off the harbour as a gesture of goodwill, even though it has planning approval from the Keneally government.
As of January , discussions with the developer were still ongoing. Central Barangaroo Masterplan. PROJECT NAME Central Barangaroo Masterplan.Things To Do. Planning process commences. Responsible remediation with safety and amenity are top priorities. Enjoy a day out at Barangaroo.