The City of Sydney opposes the NSW government’s redevelopment proposals for Waterloo estate and has released its own alternative approach.
Pam Jackson has joined Inner Sydney Voice (ISV) to provide culturally-appropriate advice to Aboriginal community organisations and housing tenants of issues relating to the Waterloo redevelopment.
Including the social housing in the metro there will only be 98 more social housing units than there are now. The overall increase in dwellings on the sites…
Nina Serova will work closely with residents and agencies to ensure that they have the tools and information they need to take their views on the Waterloo redevelopment to government.
No residents will be relocated in 2019 and not for at least another 10 years for those living in the high-rises.
Consultation regarding the three options for the Waterloo estate has now closed. Elton Consultants are finalising their report on the community feedback on the three options.
Excavation work continues across the whole of the station box area at the Waterloo station site.
Masterplan and concept development applications for the Waterloo Metro Quarter to sit above the approved metro station design are both are on exhibition for public comment by January 30, 2019.
‘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 Waterloo community has the capacity to inform and assist government in developing a great masterplan for the future of the area.