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Media and Comment on HNSW Redevelopment Plans

For ease of access we have posted here media and comment articles dealing with the HNSW Preliminary Master Plan and other HNSW redevelopment plans for Redfern and Waterloo
Housing is a basic right
On a chilly Saturday in August Housing NSW staged a Housing Expo in Redfern Park to help introduce its Preliminary Masterplan. The Redfern Waterloo Authority (now the Sydney Metropolitan Development Authority) was also involved in conjunction with the RedWater Markets writes the South Sydney Herald an editorial in their September 2011 issue.
Talk about public housing
REDFERN: During August two exciting initiatives with some fun activities took place at the Redfern Town Hall and at Redfern Park, involving local residents of Waterloo and Redfern, and focusing on issues affecting tenants living in public housing writes Reece Meredith in the South Sydney Herald of September 2011.
Plibersek questions Redfern housing authorities
Federal MP Tanya Plibersek criticised the state of housing developments in the Redfern Waterloo area at a REDwatch meeting last week reports Christian Meagher in City News on 11 August 2011. [We have also included the comments made on the City News website to date]
1954: Sydney Slum-clearance Work Is Tardy, Piecemeal
The following article from a Staff Correspondent on the The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 17 February 1954, talks about the Slum clearance that lead to the public housing estates in Redfern and Waterloo which are now considered in need of urban renewal while the slum terraces sit in heritage areas as expensive real estate.