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Affordable Housing mentions elsewhere on the REDWatch website

This collection is a search of the REDWatch Website for all references to Affordable Housing with the most recent first.
LAHC's Waterloo South Plan released by City of Sydney
Following representations from REDWatch, Agencies and public tenants, the City of Sydney has released a plan showing proposed heights and layout of Land and Housing Corporation's proposal for Waterloo South. In releasing the plan the Council has reworked their web page to show the LAHC proposal alongside the 2019 LAHC Preferred Master Plan and the Councils's own 2019 proposal. Council has made it clear that "It is likely changes will be made to the proposal the corporation has submitted as the process of review will continue during the assessment phase."
Council's Consideration of controls for LAHC’s Redfern Build to Rent
Council has considered the rezoning of the site proposed for Land and Housing Corporation’s (LAHC) Redfern Build to Rent project at its Transport, Heritage and Planning Committee before it went before the full Council on 29 June 2020. Below is what REDWatch sent out in its email Update on 19 June 2020 with some notes on subsequent changes.
Waterloo Plan Changes - REDWatch Update
Below you will find REDWatch's analysis of the material released by Council and LAHC about the rezoning proposal for Waterloo South LAHC have submitted to the City of Sydney Council. This material was sent out as a REDWatch Email Update to Members, Supporters and Agencies
Clover Moore response to Waterloo South Lodgement
Clover Moore responded to the announcement of the Waterloo South lodgement on Facebook on 1 June 2020. The text of the post is below.
Waterloo Redevelopment moves forward - Government Media Release
This media release was issued on Sunday 31 May 2020 jointly by Melinda Pavey, Minister for Water, Property & Housing, Rob Stokes Minister for Planning and Public Spaces and Gareth Ward Minister for Families, Communities and Disability Services.
Waterloo South rezoning proposal from City of Sydney Website
This information was placed on the City of Sydney website on 29 May 2020. On the City website it was spread over a number of pages but for ease of access we have bought this together in one document and only used some graphics.
Megacity reaching for the sky in a smaller way - Sunday Telegraph Text
This is the text of the print edition of The Sunday Telegraph article of 31 May 2020 page 27 entitled "Megacity reaching for the sky in a smaller way". This article contained some information about LAHC's revised proposal for Waterloo Estate as well as some details of what was proposed on the Southern portion of the estate.
Redfern - 600-660 Elizabeth St (near PCYC) - Build to Rent consultation - 18 October 2019 - Rewdfern Townhall Oct 18, 2019 from 05:00 PM to 08:00 PM Poets Corner, 45 Morehead Street,
Communities Plus, part of the NSW NSW Government plans to build a new housing project to accommodate a mixed community with new social, affordable and market rental housing opposite Redfern Park at 600-660 Elizabeth Street Redfern. You are invited to learn more about the project.
Redfern - 600-660 Elizabeth St (near PCYC) - Build to Rent consultation - 15 October 2019 - Poets Corner Oct 15, 2019 from 01:00 PM to 04:00 PM Poets Corner, 45 Morehead Street,
Communities Plus, part of the NSW NSW Government plans to build a new housing project to accommodate a mixed community with new social, affordable and market rental housing opposite Redfern Park at 600-660 Elizabeth Street Redfern. You are invited to learn more about the project.
File Communities Plus Community information sessions - October 2019 - Poster
The NSW Government plans to build a new housing project to accommodate a mixed community with new social, affordable and market rental housing opposite Redfern Park at 600-660 Elizabeth Street Redfern. You are invited to learn more about the project on * Tuesday 15 October, 2019 - 1pm - 4pm - Poets Corner, 45 Morehead Street Drop by and enjoy a free BBQ lunch or * Friday 18 October, 2019 - 5pm - 8pm - Redfern Town Hall, 73 Pitt Street - Light refreshments will be provided. This is the poster for the event
REDWatch response to LAHC and CoS Masterplan Proposals
In the response below REDWatch calls for LAHC to release supporting material so that the community can understand their Preferred Masterplan. REDWatch also calls for a further consultation on the Prefered Masterplan before it is formally submitted for exhibition.
Pemulwuy approval ends long housing struggle on The Block
The Independent Planning Commission has approved the Pemulwuy Project proposal for a 24 storey student housing building along the railway line adjacent to the already approved Pemulwuy Project including 62 Affordable Housing units on The Block in Redfern. The approval means that the Aboriginal Housing Company can now self-fund their Affordable Housing development.
COMMISSION APPROVES HIGH-RISE STUDENT ACCOMMODATION FOR “THE BLOCK”
The Independent Planning Commission has approved the Pemulwuy Project proposal for a 24 storey student housing building along the railway line adjacent to the already approved Pemulwuy Project 62 Affordable Housing units on The Block in Redfern. The approval means that the Aboriginal Housing Company can now self fund their Affordable Housing development. Below is the media statement issued by the IPC on 4 March 2019 and links to the determination documents.
City releases alternate plan for Waterloo Estate
The City of Sydney today released an alternate proposal for the NSW Government's redevelopment of the Waterloo Housing Estate, calling on the Government to scrap their current plan and hand planning control of the site back to the City of Sydney. The media release is below.
Council's public meeting on Waterloo - 6 March 6pm Mar 06, 2019 from 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM Alexandria Town Hall,
The City of Sydney has called a meeting at Alexandria Town Hall to share their response to the Waterloo Masterplans and to share an alternative proposal for the site being developed by Council's expert planning staff. Beloiw is the text of letter distributed around Redfern and Waterloo about the meeting.
Mayoral Minute and Council Resolution of 11 Feb 2019 covering Waterloo Redevelopment
At the City of Sydney Council Meeting on 11 February 2019, Lord Mayor Clover Moore moved a mayoral minute dealing with "The Devastating Impacts of State Planning on the City of Sydney". This Minute made reference to the Waterloo Redevelopment and contained a recommendation that Council host a public meeting about the Waterloo redevelopment. The recommendations were accepted by Council along with another resolution later in the meeting specifically about Council action on the Waterloo Estate Redevelopment. The text of the minute and the resolution are below:
REDWatch Waterloo Metro SSP and SSDA Submission
REDWatch made the submission below on the Waterloo Metro SSP and SSDA on 30 January 2019.
Waterloo Estate Master Plan outline released
On 23 January 2019 afternoon Minister Prue Goward released the Preferred Master Plan proposal for the redevelopment of the Waterloo Estate. Here are links to the plan and some preliminary comments by REDWatch.
Clover Moore: Raise your concerns to protect Waterloo
Clover Moore has written to her supporters asking them to make submissions about the Waterloo Metro exhibitions. Below we have provided the details supplied by Clover. We have also taken the issues Clover's planners have raised in the form of a submission that you can copy and modify into the Planning portals or copy into a written submission with any changes you want to make.
Groundswell Agencies Round-table on Waterloo Metro proposal exhibition Jan 18 10.30 am Jan 18, 2019 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM Factory Community Centre, 67 Raglan Street Waterloo,
Groundswell agencies are holding a round table about the Waterloo Metro proposal to outline issues that might be of concern to tenants and residents. Agencies will share their comments and look forward to hearing from others in the community on Friday January 18, 10.30am, The Factory Community Centre, 67 Raglan Street, Waterloo.
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