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Who we are

UrbanGrowth NSW is the NSW Government’s urban transformation agency.

We’re a state owned corporation (SOC) that was established in 2013, integrating and refocussing the roles of the former Landcom. We are governed by a Board of Directors and report to a Portfolio Minister (Minister for Planning) and two Shareholder Ministers (Treasurer, Minister for Finance and Services).

Our mandate is to focus on large-scale urban transformation projects, while transitioning out of greenfields residential land development, a legacy of the former Landcom. Our activities are concentrated into two portfolios across geographic regions: the central business district and Western Sydney.


The Bays Precinct: UrbanGrowth NSW has released The big plan for The Bays Precinct, Sydney, a primary schools’ version of the urban transformation plan.

The document clearly communicates the ambition, goals and objectives for the area, using illustrated characters and simple language to tell the story of The Bays and bring to life the plans for its transformation. 

White Bay Power Station RFP Decision Announced

The Bays Precinct: UrbanGrowth NSW Chairman John Brogden today announced that the organisation will become the master developer of the White Bay Power Station, following the closure of the Request for Proposals (RFP) process.

Living Cities Newsletter

Read the latest edition of our quarterly newsletter Living Cities.

In this edition read about:

  • North Eveleigh plans on display
  • White Bay Power Station RFP closes
  • Riverstone ballot
  • Lachlan’s Line public art
  • Video: Transforming Minto
  • Upcoming engagement date.

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