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Living Well in Greater Density? Perks and Challenges of high-density neighbourhoods.

The independent Waterloo Capacity building Project is holding a community discussion facilitated by a panel including Dr Hazel Easthope a housing researcher at UNSW; Sean Macken an Urban Planner and Dr Tim Williams an Urban Renewal Specialist.

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When

Jun 15, 2017
from 01:30 PM to 04:30 PM

Where

Redfern Town Hall (Small Hall)

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This workshop is intended to provoke a discussion about the challenges and benefits of living in a densely populated neighbourhood and encourage Waterloo residents to think about how this will change with the redevelopment of Waterloo Estate.

We ask that you pass on this information to you neighbours, clients and colleagues and RSVP to either myself or Thomas Chailloux cb@innersydneyvoice.org.au

An open and inclusive capacity building workshop and community discussion about "density done well" (and not so well..) .Drawing on the residents knowledge and experience of living in Waterloo, we will discuss strengths and weaknesses of such a high density neighbourhood and try to think about how urban planning and good design can help maximise positive outcomes and

What is it like  to live  in a very dense  area?

How do we design places  so a more dense  Waterloo is a nice place  to live?

Afternoon Tea Provided

Please RSVP to cb@innersydneyvoice.org.au to secure your spot.

Drop-ins welcome based on availability. Possibility to RSVP via  phone to 0490 030 809