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Feedback on RSL Development by 10th June 2009

The Developer of the Redfern RSL site at 157 REDFERN STREET is Proposing a Mixed Use Development on the site (including a new 1 st Floor RSL Club) in a 18 storey building. Prior to submitting plans to the Department of Planning they are holding two Community Information sessions on 3rd June. The main session is at 7pm at Redfern Town Hall but there will also be a session at 4pm on the Block at the Redfern Community Centre.

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Jun 04, 2009
from 08:30 AM to 10:00 AM


Redfern Townhall 73 Pitt Street, Redfern

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Redefining Redfern

We welcome your opinions regarding the proposal redevelopment of the Redfern RSL Site. The proposal includes active retail frontages to Redfern & Gibbons Streets, a modern RSL club, office and inner city residential apartments. The development envisages

If you can not attend, there will be further opportunity for your comments via the email address noted below or during the exhibition.

RSVP: welcome your opinions regarding the proposal redevelopment

You can download the flyer and feedback sheet here -  RSL Development Community Information Evening Leaflet & Feedback Sheet 

Information about the preliminary project applications and future infommation about the project can be found on the department of Planning website at - MP09_0039 - Mixed Use Development, Redfern RSL, Gibbons Street, Redfern

The proposed building is to contain:

·         active street frontages with shops at the ground floor level fronting both Redfern and Gibbons Streets;

·         new club premises for Redfern RSL at the 1st floor level

·         commercial office space at the 2nd and 3rd floor levels

·         apartments at the upper floor levels of the building.

The proposal will involve significant improvements to the public domain in terms of enhancing pedestrian linkages along Redfern Street between the Redfern Railway Station and the Redfern Town Centre on the eastern side of Regent Street by:

·         eliminating vehicular access and vehicle/pedestrian conflict in Redfern Street

·         establishing an attractive, vibrant and active street frontage

·         providing shade and shelter for people using the link

·         casual surveillance of the public domain over extended hours by virtue of the use and operation of the proposed shops, offices, club and apartments.

The developer is particularly interested in feed back on the public domain surrounding the building. 



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