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Sydney University's presentation on Abercrombie Precinct - 16 Nov 2010

Come along to an informal information session to hear our plans for the Abercrombie precinct and to tell us what you think. This is the first session in an ongoing discussion. Experts will be on hand to hear your comments and answer your questions. your views are important to us. The site under discussion is bounded by Abercrombie St, Codrington St, Darlington Lane and Darlington School and has Department of Planning Director General's Requirements for development under Part 3A of the EPA.

Event details

When

Nov 16, 2010
from 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM

Where

Level 1 Foyer, Services Building, 22 Codrington St, Darlington, 2008

Contact Name

Contact Phone

02 9351 4614

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Speakers

• Colin Rockcliff, Director of Campus Infrastructure & Services, The University of Sydney

• Georgia Singleton, Project Architects, Woods Bagot,

• Informal discussion with University representatives, Woods Bagot and traffic consultants

Download Flyer: Flyer for Sydney Uni Abercrombie Street Presentation - 16 Nov 2010 (PDF 327KB)

REDWatch Note - Sydney University submitted a preliminary proposal to the Department of Planning in 2007 to obtain the Director's Generals Requirements (DGRs) for the redevelopment of the Abercrombie Precinct. This proposal and the DGRs can be found on the DoP under Project Application 07_0158. The latest proposals being developed by the University is for a part of the area covered by the DGR's. The University is looking for community input prior to finalising the plans they will submit for exhibition. Community consultation prior to the formal exhibition is welcomed by REDWatch and we encourage Darlington residents to make the most of this opportunity for feedback.

 

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