With the expansion of the city of Sydney, the number of residents has increased sharply, gentrification and the pressure on the city’s public space has increased. Industrial land in cities is gradually being removed or stopped, and the suspended industrial land needs to be revitalised and used again.The Bays Precinct is close to the Sydney Central Business District as the original industrial land. Simultaneously, it has close ties with many local centres and employment clusters in the inner west. With the increasing urbanisation and many residents who cannot afford to house, the ‘shelter for all’ policy promoted by the Inner West Council has attracted many people to live. The rejuvenation of The Bays Precinct requires establishing a new foundation of identity and sense of place. The landscape architect will be committed to injecting art for attraction and encouraging people to lead Phytoremediation action.The aim is to create sustainable artistry equal accessed environment for all the public. This area will initially be landscape led and revitalised by spontaneous local art occupation, later becoming established arts communities. Moreover, it will focus on increasing public social participation and promoting the ‘growth’ of society, environment, and heritage.
Bachelor of Landscape Arch. (Hons)