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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.
File September 2006 RWA Updat - PDF Version
This is a PDF version of the RWA Update issued in September 2006 for the release of the Redfern-Waterloo Built Environment Plan (Stage One) on 30 August 2006. File is 163 Kb PDF.
File NEW BUILT ENVIRONMENT PLAN FOR REDFERN-WATERLOO
This is the Media Release made by the minister to Anounce the release of the Redfern-Waterloo Built Environment Plan on 30th August 2006. File is 12 Kb PDF.
File Draft Built Environment Plan
This is the PDF copy of the Redfern-Waterloo Built Environment Plan (Stage One) released 30 August 2006. File is 13.3 MB PDF.
Kristina Keneally Comments on the RWA BEP
The following comments on the RWA BEP were made by Kristina Keneally in her Heffron E-Herald No 25 of 8th September 2006.
Clover Moores comments on the RWA Built Environment Plan
Following is an extract from CLOVER'S eNEWS - Friday 8 September 2006 - No. 313 concerning the RWA BEP released on 30 August 2006.
RWA Built Environment Plan Fact Sheets
The RWA issued 8 Fact Sheets in support of the release of the Redfern-Waterloo Built Environment Plan (Stage One) on 30 August 2006.
Fact Sheet 4 - $16 Million Initiative on Aboriginal Affordable Housing
This is the text of Fact Sheet 4 released on 30 August 2006 by the RWA.
Fact Sheet 2 - $300 Million in New Infrastructure
This is the text of Fact Sheet 2 released on 30 August 2006 by the RWA.
NEW BUILT ENVIRONMENT PLAN FOR REDFERN-WATERLOO
The following Media Release was issued by Minister Frank Sartor to announce the Redfern-Waterloo Built Environment Plan (Stage One) on 30 August 2006.
4 September 2006
The RWA Built Environment Plan (BEP) and SEPP / The Built Environment Plan focus for REDWatch Meeting on Wednesday 6th September 6pm / Some Initial Reaction to the RWA BEP / AHC Plans impacted by RWA BEP changes / Redfern Aboriginal Authority Planning Ahead / CUB Expert Advisory Panel Report / Redfern and Regent Street Upgrade / Redfern Chamber of Commerce (RWCC) Website / REDWatch Too Political for RWA Link / Have your say in current Consultations
CUB NEWS + POTENTIAL THREAT TO ADJOINING AREAS
The following comments were made Coalition Chippendale Community Groups in their email update of 4 September 2006 regarding the CUB site Expert Panel reports, the RWA Built Environment Plan and the future of Chippendale.
BUILT ENVIRONMENT PLAN - REPORT ON AMENDMENTS AND SUBMISSIONS
This report on the changes made between the Draft Built Environment Plan and the Final Plan was released on 28 August 2006 along with the final plan.
Summary of Issues Raised in the Submissions
An assessment of the issues raised in the submissions on the Draft Built Environment Plan and responses is provided below. The issues have been listed in descending order according to the number of times they were raised in the submissions. [This report was released by the RWA at the time of the release of the Final BEP]
6. Proposed Stage Two of the Built Environment Plan
[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
[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]
3. Strategies for Revitalising Redfern-Waterloo
[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]
2. The Redfern-Waterloo Area
[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]
Preamble: Redfern-Waterloo: On the road to renewal
[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]
RWA Built Environment Plan - Expanded Contents
These expanded Contents of the Redfern-Waterloo Authority Built Environment Plan (Stage One) August 2006 allow you to identify the PDF files on the RWA website that cover the various parts of the draft report. The contents are based on the PDF of the BEP Contents with the placement of maps and illustrations into the contents for the relevent PDF File. Some sub-subsections were not shown in the official BEP contents and these have also been added.
Keneally: Marian Park Saved!
30 August 2006 – Member for Heffron Kristina Keneally said today she was ecstatic that the Minister for Redfern Waterloo had listened to the community and saved Marian Street Park in the Built Environment Plan released today. [Media release from Kristina Keneallty]
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