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Draft for Vision Consultation – Waterloo Redevelopment Precinct Master Plan

Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC) presented a draft for the Vision Consultation for discussion to the Waterloo Redevelopment Group (WRG) on 19 July 2017. At the Waterloo Redevelopment. This is an important document that sets out Drivers for the Waterloo Precinct Redevelopment and the Commitments that will influence the master plan - in effect the non-negotiables for the redevelopment. It also sets out the areas that are expected to be covered in the master plan Visioning consultations.

While this document is out for discussion within the community, LAHC do not want it up on the REDWatch website as it is going through community consultation and it is regularly changing.

LAHC has requested that REDWatch not display the draft document shown to the WRG but rather refer people looking for the latest version of the document under consultation to LAHC who will supply the most recent version of the document upon request. To receive a copy of the current Draft for Vision Consultation – Waterloo Redevelopment Precinct Master Plan email WaterlooConnect@facs.nsw.gov.au

As soon as the document is finalised we will place it on the REDWatch website. REDWatch was prepared to update the document on the REDWatch website as LAHC made changes.

REDWatch remains of the view that in the interest of transparency and reaching the widest possible section of the interested community that such draft documents should be in the public domain so that all interested parties can easily see and access what is up for discussion.  This should apply to the discussion about the community engagement process as well as the details of the master plan.  This is particularly so as this document sets out for the first time what is negotiable and not negotiable in the master plan discussion.