A development application for 390 apartments and a retail complex has raised deep concerns from local community groups.
Sydney Park this April played host to BioBlitz, a citizen science festival celebrating the city’s growing natural diversity.
A significant win for Alexandria residents, with the introduction of a 40 km/h speed limit in most local streets.
Marching protesters stopped traffic in the Sydney CBD on Saturday February 17 as they rallied to ‘Fix NSW Transport’.
A wide coalition of community groups is rallying on February 17 to protest the dreadful state of transport in our state under the banner “Fix NSW Transport”.
This is just ridiculously bad. People should be ashamed they put this into the public domain as a project, and we should make sure we let the government know that.
Friends of Erskineville is hosting a public forum on Tuesday October 10 at Erskineville Public School from 7pm.
Take for instance the atrociously misnamed Campbell Road and Euston Road “upgrades”.
With seven lanes of traffic to run 180cm from homes, residents have been advised not to open their windows.
The first Alexandria to Moore Park Connectivity (Euston-McEvoy-Lachlan) upgrade community consultation was held at short notice at a back-street venue (far from public transport) in another suburb. Worse was the sense of spin and disingenuous objectives attendees were left with.