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RWA Operational Archive

This section of the site contains historical information about the operations of the RWA. Areas which transferred from the RWA to the SMDA and for which the SMDA have some initial ongoing involvement are not in this section. Historical statements by the RWA remain in the "Government SMDA & RWA Statements". Historical material about areas for which the RWA had planning responsibility have again not been moved as those historical plans are integral to understanding new developments. The absorption of the RWA by the SMDA makes it difficult to draw clear lines of demarcation between material of historical interest and current relevance.
RWA Legislation
The RWA is set up under the Redfern Waterloo Authority Act 2004 which sets out its objects and powers.
RWA Structure & Committees
This section provides some public information about the structure of the RWA, its board and committees.
RWA DA Approvals
By the end of 2011 all DA's lodged with the Redfern Waterloo Authority had been processed and all new Development Applications under $10m will now be dealt with by the City of Sydney Council. Until the RWA website disappears this link is to previous approvals.
Final RWA Website
The RWA website stopped functioning on 1 May 2012 following the cessation of the RWA at the end of 2011. REDWatch holds a mirror of the site before it was taken down but this is not suitable to place on this website. Instead we have collected PDF's of the RWA website content and created a series of links from a master document which will allow people to explore the site text content. Links to underlying documents do not function but where possible we have advised location of this information.
SMDA Archive
This section of the site will contain historical information about the operations of the SMDA. Areas which transferred from the RWA to the SMDA and on to UrbanGrowth NSW for which UrganGrowth NSW are not in this section. Historical statements by the SMDA remain in the "Government SMDA & RWA Statements". Historical material about areas for which the RWA & SMDA had planning responsibility have again not been moved as those historical plans are integral to understanding new developments. The absorption of the RWA by the SMDA and then Urbangrowth NSW makes it difficult to draw clear lines of demarcation between material of historical interest and current relevance. The SMDA website has been absorbed by UrbanGrowth and as historical material disappears from that site it will be found here.