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Aboriginal Housing Company
The Aboriginal Housing Company is seeking to revise its plans for student housing along the railway line to pay for the Pemulwuy Project.
The Aboriginal Housing Company (AHC) last month obtained a Supreme Court order to remove protestors from the Aboriginal Tent Embassy at The Block.
What is Pemulwuy? Pemulwuy will be a vibrant community with affordable Aboriginal housing, businesses and community facilities. The first stage of the Pemulwuy Project will include development of…
Embassy spokesperson and Wiradjuri woman, Jenny Munro, claims several people have been arrested at the site and she fears trespass laws may be used to remove them completely….
On Monday May 26 a tent embassy was established on The Block. Aboriginal protesters and their supporters call for the Aboriginal Housing Company (AHC) to build Aboriginal housing on The Block as the first stage of the Pemulwuy Project. Long-held grievances with respect to the AHC administration and lack of transparency were also cited.
July 25 marked the 40th anniversary of the Aboriginal Housing Company and its long-term commitment to the provision of affordable housing for Aboriginal people.
REDFERN: The Pemulwuy project Development Application was approved on December 21.
REDFERN: The much-anticipated new venue for the Returned Servicemen’s League (RSL) sub-branch has opened at 157 Redfern Street (opposite Redfern Station). The establishment will be known simply as Club Redfern, and occupy the second floor of the Deicota Tower, a 19-storey development which includes office space and retail as well as 84 apartments with five levels of underground parking.
SSH editor, Andrew Collis, will take part in the Melbourne Marathon on October 14 – on behalf of the Aboriginal Housing Company’s Pemulwuy Project.