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This directory shows up the most recent 80 changes to the REDWatch website. By visiting this page you can see what has recently been added on the site and if you use the RSS feed you can have the changes delivered to you when they occur. -- Please note any modification made to a page on the site is reflected here be it change of document type or correction of a spelling error or link. We show all changes as only this way will significant changes to exisitng pages also be notified when changes are made --.
REDWatch Meeting - The Path Less Travelled - A Round Table on Commuter Affairs May 04, 2017 from 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM Factory Community Centre 67 Raglan St Waterloo,
What are the positives and challenges of being a cyclist, pedestrian or public transport user in the City of Sydney? How can we design our streets to improve walkability? How can redevelopment sites encourage commuting that is safe, environmentally sustainable, and economically beneficial?
And if the Government won't listen? REDWatch discusses Non Violent Action Apr 06, 2017 from 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM Factory Community Centre 67 Raglan St Waterloo,
Activists throughout the history of inner Sydney have found that making their voices heard required more than words. With another round of development looming, can we reinvent the tradition of nonviolent direct action for a new political era? Join REDWatch and guests to discuss active ways of standing up to injustice and navigating recent changes to protest law.
Independent assistance for master planning
Kira Osborne and Thomas Chailloux recently started work to independently resource tenants and the broader community during planning for the Waterloo redevelopment reports Geoff Turnbull in the April 2017 edition of the South Sydney Herald.
Building a platform of opportunity for Redfern/waterloo redevelopment
On 2nd March 2017 REDWatch held a session on Health Impacts and redevelopment – what do we need to know? The input to this session was provided by Elizabeth Harris, an Associate Professor in the Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity at the University of NSW and Director of the Health Equity Research and Development Unit, Sydney Local Health District. Below is an outline of her presentation.
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Health Impacts and redevelopment – what do we need to know? Mar 02, 2017 from 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM Factory Community Centre 67 Raglan St Waterloo,
With master planning about to get underway for Waterloo, REDWatch has asked Elizabeth Harris to talk about the health impacts that arise for redeveloping public housing estates.
3801 Ltd again under threat in 2017
Eveleigh Heritage rail operator, 3801 Ltd, after two years of difficult dealings with Transport Heritage NSW, was locked out of Eveleigh’s Large Erecting Shop (LES) at the end of January 2017. It can no longer operate its scheduled trips including the Cockatoo Run to the Illawarra and tours which collaborate with the cruise ship industry. Anything that leaves the LES cannot be returned to it.
What would Gladys Do?
With 3801 Ltd locked in a battle with Transport for NSW to be able to stay at the Large Erecting Shop (LES) in 2017 under a Berejiklian government, it is interesting to look back at the comments Gladys Berejiklian made in 2006 as then Shadow Transport Minister when 3801 Ltd was locked in a similar battle with the then NSW Labour government. You can see these in the media release below. What is the current equivalent of "A NSW Liberal/Nationals Government would ensure RailCorp renews the existing lease and was prevented from disposing of any of the rolling stock"? Maybe it is time for Gladys to take a personal interest in what is currently happening to 3801 Ltd to ensure they get a renewed lease and can continue to operate out of Eveleigh.
The Large Erecting Shed has been locked and 3801 Ltd's tours ex Eveleigh suspended
The two articles below appeared in the Illawarra Mercury regarding the "Cockatoo Run" operated by 3801 Ltd out of Eveleigh. 3801 Ltd and other operators using the Large Erecting Shed (LES) were locked out at the end of January when they were unable to find an alternative locatioon for thier locomotives and other equipoment.
File Community Plus Waterloo Newsletter February 2017
This is the first newslewtter from Land and Housing Corporation's Community Plus for 2017.The newsletter says "FACS will commence the master planning process regarding the Waterloo redevelopment in the next couple of months
File Photos of Ross Smith
This PDF contains the photos that were used at both the Community Celebration and the service for Ross Smith.
File Ross Smith Cremation Service Video
Ross Smith's funeral was held at short notice on 21 December and some of those who wished to attend could not. Here we have posted the service for those interested.
Who's Who and what are they doing around the Waterloo Public Housing redevelopment
The below overview was initially put together in January 2017 as activities were being planned for the the Master Planning associated with the Waterloo Public Housing Redevelopment. We will try and keep this updated as the process unfolds so people have an idea of who is doing what. REDWatch is having a What's Cooking open mic on Thursday 2nd February where some of those involved below will be talking in their own words.
Rachel Forster – DA changes on exhibition until 6 March 2017
The Rachel Forster site developer, Kaymet Pty Ltd, is seeking to modify its concept plan and major project approval for the 134 – 144 Pitt Street, Redfern site. Below are the details of the major changes and links to where to make a submission before 6th March 2017.
Waterloo Public Housing Redevelopment Master Planning
Master Planning for the redevelopment starts in 2017 in and arround the Waterloo Public Housing Estate. Here we will collect together information from the Master Planning and other Communities Plus, NGO and community activity relating to the redevelopment.
AHC Pemulwuy Project Student Housing Proposed Changes
The Aboriginal Housing Company (AHC) has submitted revised plans to the Department of Planning and received the Department’s requirements for changes to the Student Housing element of the already approved Pemulwuy Project. Below is an outline by REDWatch of the AHC proposal from their submission and the Departments requirements.
Pemulwuy Project 2017 Modifications
In January 2017 the Aboriginal Housing Company received the requirements from the Department of planning for amending their approval to increase the maximum height of the student housing component of the Pemulwuy Project from a maximum 6 stories to a maximum 16 stories to make the project self funding. Here you will find details relating to that application and its community engagement.
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