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5. Future Key Tasks

[This is the text from the above mentioned section of the RWA Redfern-Waterloo Built Environment Plan (Stage One) August 2006. Links to maps and illustrations have been included and details of the file size of the link also added to allow for easy navigation. - REDWatch]

5.Future Key Tasks

Below is a summary of the key tasks to be completed by RWA, in partnership with stakeholders.

Finalise draft Development Control Plan

The Development Control Plan for RWA’s strategic sites will be prepared and will complement the State Environmental Planning Policy (Major Projects). The Development Control Plan will comprise one document and contain general guidelines that will apply to development on all sites, as well as site specific guidelines and controls for individual sites.

Finalise draft Development Control Plan for the ATP

A draft Development Control Plan (DCP) will be prepared specifically for the ATP and will replace the current Master Plan.

The draft DCP will reflect proposed new planning and design controls for the site.

Finalise draft Development Contributions Plan for Public Amenities and Services

A Contributions Plan and associated regulations will be finalised in accordance with the

Redfern-Waterloo Authority Act and the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act to enable the levying of development contributions toward the provision of public amenities. The Plan will identify the amenities and services for which contributions will be levied.

Finalise draft Affordable Housing Contributions Plan and Affordable Housing Program

The draft Affordable Housing Contributions Plan will provide the basis for levying contributions for the provision of affordable housing in Redfern-Waterloo. The Plan will be supported by an affordable housing program.

Finalise draft Public Domain Improvement Plan

The draft public domain improvement plan will guide the public domain improvements in Redfern-Waterloo and provide an overview of works that will be facilitated over the next 10 years.

Establish Project Coordination Group with RailCorp for Redfern Station Upgrade Concept Design Study

The Project Coordination Group will be responsible for managing the concept design study for the upgrade of Redfern Railway Station.

Establish Stakeholder Partnership on Traffic Issues and Transport Management Plan

The RWA will establish a stakeholder partnership with the Roads and Traffic Authority, the

City of Sydney, Ministry of Transport, RailCorp and community representatives including the Redfern Chamber of Commerce to facilitate improvements to local area traffic management.

The RWA will continue working with the RTA on a traffic management approach to address regional traffic issues and any local traffic issues that arise in relation to future redevelopment on RWA’s strategic sites. The RWA will work with the key stakeholders to prepare a Transport Management Plan.