‘There Goes Our Neighbourhood’ responses to the redevelopment of the Waterloo estate and the creation of a community light sculpture in two of the Waterloo high-rises.
The Block nears a critical juncture as the Pemulwuy Project secures departmental support, but critics are angered that student housing takes pride of place.
REDFERN: The DA for the Surry Hills Shopping Village site is on exhibition. Responses must be submitted to Council before COB on November 5.
Community days will be held 10-2pm on October 13 and 2-5pm on October 26 at Waterloo Green.
A development application for 390 apartments and a retail complex has raised deep concerns from local community groups.
Redfern Housing Estate redevelopment will be the NSW government’s first mixed housing site to use the build-to-rent model.
Two artists have been commissioned by the City of Sydney to design the public space inside the Danks Street South Precinct development at Waterloo, and they want you to tell them what it should be like.
For Central Park residents, “sustainability” has come at the cost of sunlight, amenity and freedom of movement.
The clearest and most obvious cost to existing residents will come from the physical redevelopment process itself.
The largely abandoned nature of the site makes it an appealing short-term development objective for FACS.
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