Redfern’s restored mural is our honouring of all the footprints of 60,000 years, our monument.
‘We are pleased to support the restoration of this iconic local landmark so it can be enjoyed by generations to come. UrbanGrowth
Last December Minister Constance decided to “push Central through”. He defined this site as 20 hectares of the station building and airspace, with “real investment opportunities”.
The first 15 of these tours were conducted up until 2009. This year, marking the 10-year anniversary of the Tour of Beauty, people are invited to revisit points…
The NSW Government’s Christmas present to Waterloo public tenants was the announcement that planning to redevelop their homes would start in early 2016!
“Central to Eveleigh” includes a stretch of publically owned land known as the Australian Technology Park, which among other things, houses the Eveleigh Locomotive Workshop, a heritage-protected site…
DARLINGTON: Concerned residents of Wilson Street have formed an action group (Residents for CMEO Rescue) to highlight the deteriorating condition of two State heritage listed buildings, the Chief Mechanical Engineer’s Office building (CMEO) and the Scientific Services building, at 505 and 503 Wilson Street respectively. UrbanGrowth NSW is currently responsible for maintenance, conservation and adaptive reuse of both buildings.
After two years of consultation and a recent community workshop, a full upgrade of Redfern Station remains the top issue for residents, students and commuters in the billion dollar plus Central to Eveleigh Corridor Project.
One of the approximately 15 projects currently on the books for UrbanGrowth NSW is development of the Central to Eveleigh “corridor”. The corridor comprises the railway lands, including the tracks, infrastructure, workshops, and surrounding state-owned land, from Central station west to Macdonaldtown and Erskineville stations.
City of Sydney councillors are finding themselves having to accept and sign Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with UrbanGrowth NSW in order to prevent being shut out of major developments.