Sydney’s diverse local communities and non-profit organisations are “acting local” in a concerted push for better affordable and secure housing policies to help people on lower incomes.
Newtown Neighbourhood Centre’s second annual “Newtopian Sleepout” aims to raise $100,000.
Redfern Housing Estate redevelopment will be the NSW government’s first mixed housing site to use the build-to-rent model.
CEO Sleepout for six years raises funds for the services of the St Vincent de Paul Society.
Multiple residents spoke about a perceived lack of empathy or humanity from providers when trying to access services.
For Central Park residents, “sustainability” has come at the cost of sunlight, amenity and freedom of movement.
NSW Office of Environment and Heritage drafted a good plan for minimum energy efficiency standards for all rental homes.
NSW government has adopted Sydney Alliance calls for lower-income affordability targets in new developments.
The clearest and most obvious cost to existing residents will come from the physical redevelopment process itself.
A farewell from Kira as she relocates.
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