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.
Inner Sydney Voice
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.
The Waterloo community has the capacity to inform and assist government in developing a great masterplan for the future of the area.
Inner Sydney Voices program ‘Building Disaster Resilience in Social Housing Communities’ won the NSW Community Resilience Award.
Redfern and Waterloo tenants were shocked to hear that Laura Kelly and David White would depart by late November.
Community days will be held 10-2pm on October 13 and 2-5pm on October 26 at Waterloo Green.
On August 2 the Minister for Social Housing, Pru Goward, released three options for the Waterloo estate.
Redfern Housing Estate redevelopment will be the NSW government’s first mixed housing site to use the build-to-rent model.
The non-statutory period for the Waterloo Metro Quarter proposal, showing what will go above the station, has been and gone – you might have missed it.