Circular Quay Renewal Project
GML Heritage joins the Circular Quay Consortium on Transport for NSW’s Circular Quay Renewal project.
GML Heritage is delighted to be part of the Circular Quay Consortium (CQC), joining Lendlease Construction, BESIX Watpac and Capella Capital, as the planning and design partner for Transport for NSW’s Circular Quay Renewal project.
Developed in collaboration with award-winning Australian and international designers and First Nations advisors, the plans will have a strong cultural connection with Circular Quay’s rich history and heritage.
Circular Quay, also known by the Aboriginal word ‘Warrane’, is of great significance as the place of first contact between the Eora people and the First Fleet, and a gateway to the city for Sydneysiders, Australians and tourists today.
The proposed revitalisation to Circular Quay includes building new wharves, upgrading the train station, delivering new places for people to eat, drink and shop, creating more active transport connections and improving public green spaces for people to enjoy.
For more information about the Circular Quay Renewal visit Transport for NSW. The project is expected to be completed in 2028.