for Department of Urban Affairs and Planning
The Rhodes peninsula has long been identified as a major redevelopment opportunity, as it enjoys a privileged position on the eastern shore of Homebush Bay, Sydney harbour’s western-most bay. The main northern railway line forms the eastern side of the suburb.
The Rhodes site comprises a number of individually owned land parcels that are predominantly large ex-industrial sites. The project comprised three related components:
Construction on the Rhodes peninsula commenced in the southern portion of the site in 2002 and is due for completion by 2010, creating a new model suburb for middle ring Sydney.
LANDSCAPE DCP PREPARED WITH
McGregor Westlake Architecture
Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture
DRAWINGS + PHOTOGRAPHY
© Hill Thalis Architects, 2003