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North Eveleigh's Heritage

The central Carriage Works building on North Eveleigh has been renovated to become a contemporary performing arts space while preserving the grandeur of the former workshop. Other key sites here include the Paint Shop, the Chief Mechanical Engineers building and the Telecommunications buildings among others. This site is currently going up for sale and redevelopment and there is a need to ensure that this part of the heritage precinct retains key elements of the rail yards. The current two page Heritage Interpretation Strategy for the site is judged inadequate by heritage groups with an interest in the site. Here you can find out more about the heritage tourism potential of North Eveleigh.
The RWA's Plan for North Eveleigh
The future shape of north Eveleigh is currently being determined by the Department of Planning. Following consideration of exhibition submissions the RWA has produced a Preferred Project Plan for the Department to assess. Here you can find out more about the issues at North Eveleigh.