While there was a positive reaction to the City of Sydney’s alternative take on the government’s “preferred option” for the redevelopment of the Waterloo estate, the plight of vulnerable residents remains unchanged.
Groundswell coalition of Waterloo agencies is pressing on with educational workshops designed to assist residents to participate in the master planning process. Two events are planned for May-June.
The City of Sydney opposes the NSW government’s redevelopment proposals for Waterloo estate and has released its own alternative approach.
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.
‘There Goes Our Neighbourhood’ responses to the redevelopment of the Waterloo estate and the creation of a community light sculpture in two of the Waterloo high-rises.
The Waterloo community has the capacity to inform and assist government in developing a great masterplan for the future of the area.
The NSW government has released three options for the redevelopment of the Waterloo estate.
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.
NSW government separated the Metro Quarter’s progress from the redevelopment of the adjacent Waterloo Estate.
After months during which it seemed momentum may have stalled, the Waterloo redevelopment master planning process accelerated toward the end of May.