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HNSW Statements on Redevelopment

Housing NSW have produced newsletters for tenants in Redfern and Waterloo in the lead up to and during the Master Planning process. Here we have collected those newsletters and other HNSW statements relating to the proposed redevelopment.
2011 HNSW Statements
These statements were issued by HNSW about Redfern Waterloo and their planning for the Redfern and Waterloo estates in 2011.
2010 HNSW Statements
These statements were issued by HNSW about Redfern Waterloo and their planning for the Redfern and Waterloo estates in 2010.
2009 HNSW Statements
These statements were issued by HNSW about Redfern Waterloo and their planning for the Redfern and Waterloo estates in 2009.
Planning for public housing renewal
The Department of Housing and the Redfern-Waterloo Authority are working in partnership to facilitate a comprehensive social housing improvement strategy for the area, reports the RWA in its Update of October 2007.
RWA on Revitalising Public Housing in Redfern-Waterloo
(This article appeared in the RWA Redfern-Waterloo UPDATE SEPTEMBER 2005)
Public Private Partnerships - FACT SHEET - December 2004
This fact sheet was issued by Housing NSW to explain Public Private Partnerships with the first "social housing PPP" at Bonnyrigg.
New PPP to Revitalise Public Housing in Airds Bradbury
NSW Minister for Finance and Services, Greg Pearce and Minister for Family and Community Services, Pru Goward announced today that the NSW Government had embarked on the biggest social housing Public Private Partnership (PPP) ever in NSW with Expressions of Interest sought for the Airds Bradbury Renewal Project. With similar developments being Masterplanned for Redfern Waterloo by Housing NSW the arrangements in the media release of 30 November 2011 below will be of interest to those in Redfern and Waterloo.
No more public housing estates, pledges minister
THE era of big, new public housing estates is over, according to the state's Finance Minister - with the O'Farrell government to pursue new public-private partnerships to redevelop NSW's biggest estates to include a mix of public and private housing reports Josephine Tovey in the Sydney Morning Herald of 14 January 2012.