Waterloo Public Housing Estate

Your input for ‘visioning phase’

 

· Tuesday, August 1, 2017 · Leave a Comment 

 

Waterloo Estate is buzzing with redevelopment-related activities at the moment.

Get involved, have your say

 

· Monday, July 3, 2017 · Leave a Comment 

 

Now is the time to get involved, have your say and be a part of the future vision for Waterloo.

Significant developments

 

· Friday, June 9, 2017 · Leave a Comment 

 

Master planning process for Waterloo Estate redevelopment kicked off by State Significant Precinct announcement

 Who’s who in Waterloo – April 7, 2017

 

· Friday, April 7, 2017 · Leave a Comment 

 

A guide to the groups currently working on the Waterloo Public Housing Estate redevelopment.

Giving voice to the needs of the people

 

· Tuesday, April 4, 2017 · 1 Comment 

 

Genevieve Zoe Murray heads the team drawing up an “alternative” master plan for the Waterloo Estate.

‘We can handle the truth’

 

· Thursday, November 3, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

 

To date the government has only made four informal commitments to the community since announcing the project 12 months ago.

Coffer filling at expense of community

 

· Tuesday, August 9, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

 

For more than 35 years, the NSW government has been developing housing renewal policy frameworks around concepts of community as place-based, rather than as a grouping existing in…

A winnable fight

 

· Friday, August 5, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

 

WATERLOO: The southern corner of Waterloo Green is host to a 40-strong team of tent embassy representatives from the local community. They have set up to make it known to Premier Mike Baird and the multi-tiered state planning apparatus that the time for consultation is over.

The hidden costs of ‘urban renewal’

 

· Thursday, May 5, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

 

The Tenants Union has had strong links with those impacted by redevelopments or urban renewal in a number of areas across Sydney, from the south-west to the inner…

Putting a face to public housing – John Osborne

 

· Wednesday, May 4, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

 

The Baird government’s plans to redevelop the Waterloo housing estate have stirred up considerable anxiety. The plans raise questions about housing rights and socio-political vision for the area. Most urgently, they raise questions about process – how tenants will be heard and cared for throughout what promises to be a tumultuous period. Maidie Wood and Claire Mahjoub have met with some local residents of Waterloo. This is one of their stories.