Last December Minister Constance decided to “push Central through”. He defined this site as 20 hectares of the station building and airspace, with “real investment opportunities”.
South Sydney’s Poppy Burnett and Alex Grilanc collaborated on this work, which was selected as a finalist in a text-and-image competition hosted by the Overland literary journal, 2016
There is an observable time gap between the life of a building and the assessment of its architectural worth.
Many small businesses in Devonshire Street have been hit by falling trade because of the ALTRAC Light Rail project and 18 months of construction hasn’t started yet.
The Aboriginal Housing Company is seeking to revise its plans for student housing along the railway line to pay for the Pemulwuy Project.
Developer wants to increase the number of units in its plans on former Rachel Forster site in Redfern.
The extended timeframe allows residents some breathing space as community engagement takes place over the master plan. A community engagement framework developed by FACS promises to “work in…
Still “no upgrade works currently committed to or funded”.
The Rocks: Featuring performances by Stairwell to Heaven and Choir Rocks, Saturday’s “Sing for Joy” concert was billed as a celebration of the Millers Point community. It was held in the Abraham Mott Community Hall and attracted upwards of 100 supporters.
Late last year the NSW Government announced its intention to demolish and redevelop Waterloo’s high-rise towers and surrounding public housing. This decision involves displacing over 4,500 elderly, disabled and low-income people who live there.
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