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A new wave of gentrification


· Thursday, September 24, 2015 · Leave a Comment 


The history of gentrification in the inner city is repeating itself, argues Ross Smith. The sole variation is its form – employment gentrification.

The Sydney Metro ‘consultation’


· Monday, August 24, 2015 · Leave a Comment 


Tunnel vision: the Sydney Metro ‘consultation’ has been anything but a consultation, argues Darren Jenkins.

Putting the squeeze on public housing


· Monday, July 20, 2015 · Leave a Comment 


Compact apartments with shared living spaces have emerged as the main affordable housing option in the controversial Central to Eveleigh Corridor Project.

Alice in the wonderland of affordable housing


· Monday, July 20, 2015 · Leave a Comment 


EVELEIGH: I’m travelling to 7 Carriageworks Way, City West Housing’s newest affordable housing development. “It’s not on Google Maps yet, ” advises my interviewee. (Shock horror! How do I find it?)

Public housing – focus on South Eveleigh


· Saturday, September 6, 2014 · 1 Comment 


UrbanGrowth, the NSW government’s master developer has identified where 46 public housing residences in South Eveleigh a redevelopment opportunity but what will happen to the people who live there?

Adaptive reuse of the Chief Mechanical Engineer’s Office


· Monday, May 6, 2013 · Leave a Comment 


Recent conservation maintenance has been undertaken by Urbangrowth NSW in preparation for the adaptive reuse of the Chief Mechanical Engineer’s Office (SSH, March). Whilst maintaining the building is seen as a positive step towards maintaining its heritage significance, the question still remains regarding what the CME will eventually become.

UrbanGrowth in Redfern-Waterloo


· Monday, February 4, 2013 · Leave a Comment 


The state government authority responsible for delivering the BEP2 planning controls for public housing estates in Redfern and Waterloo and for planning on the former Eveleigh Railyards has made yet another transformation. The SMDA, which was formally the RWA, became the UrbanGrowth Development Corporation (UGDC) on January 1. The UGDC retains the SMDA’s Growth Centres powers which allow it to compulsorily acquire land and consolidate it in designated growth centres (currently Redfern-Waterloo and Granville). It will play a broader re-development role alongside a partner agency called UrbanGrowth NSW.

Work starts on North Eveleigh


· Monday, December 3, 2012 · Leave a Comment 


Roadwork on the western entrance to North Eveleigh and Carriageworks will commence immediately and be completed by June 2013 to allow work to commence on the affordable housing development by mid-2013.

Stopping heritage rot


· Monday, December 3, 2012 · Leave a Comment 


Six years after the Redfern-Waterloo Authority gazetted key heritage buildings at Eveleigh, essential conservation maintenance is being planned for the Chief Mechanical Engineers (CME) Building and the Scientific Services Building. The third heritage building in this precinct, the deteriorating Telecommunications Equipment Centre, is not mentioned.