At our June meeting, Sydney City Council came to speak to us on two very important issues:
- Mitigating the increased traffic from WestConnex
- Parking, including a proposed trial of meter parking.
The meeting was very well attended, which shows the importance to the community of those issues. Continue reading
You’re possibly aware that the NSW Government has committed to upgrading the capacity of Redfern Station by building a new concourse (bridge) over the southern end of the station platforms.
Comments formally close tonight (2 June), and may be sent to email@example.com (sorry for the late notice).
There will also be one more public consultation session:
Counterpoint’s Factory Community Centre,
67 Raglan Street Waterloo,
Thursday 6th June 6:00pm – 8:00pm
The proposal is for the concourse to have one entrance on Little Eveleigh Street and one entrance on Marian Street, between the WaterTower apartments and the current southern entrance to platform 10. The concourse will have connections to platforms 1 through 10, but not platforms 11 and 12 (the Bondi Junction Line).
For more information, see:
ARAG will discuss this at a future meeting, possibly July. (The June meeting will discuss the Traffic Management Survey and parking.)
As we did for the State election, ARAG, REDWatch and Friends of Erskineville are holding a Federal election candidates forum for the seat of Sydney:
- Wednesday, 10 April, from 7pm to 8pm
- Alexandria Town Hall, 73 Garden St, Alexandria.
We will ask candidates to begin by answering three questions, and then go to questions from the floor. Continue reading
The Heffron Meet the Candidates forum is this Wednesday, 13 March, from 7pm to 8pm, at Alexandria Town Hall – 73 Garden St, Alexandria.
The forum is being jointly hosed by ARAG, REDWatch and FoE.
We have had acceptances from: Continue reading
The City of Sydney are holding a public meeting on the NSW Government’s plans for the redevelopment of the Waterloo Housing Estate and the Waterloo Metro Development.
The meeting will be on Wednesday 6 March at Alexandria Town Hall, from 6pm to 7.30pm.
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Waterloo is about to be redeveloped. Past proposals have included up six towers of between 33 and 40 storeys plus another 11 towers of between 16 and 32 storeys.
Come along and find out more about the latest round of proposals:
7pm Wednesday, 13 Feb,
Alexandria Town Hall,
73 Garden St, Alexandria.
Plans for the Waterloo Metro Quarter Precinct and the Waterloo Metro Quarter Over Station Development are both open for comment until Wednesday, 30th Jan:
It’s OK to make the same submission at both websites – although they are two parts of the same project, they each have their own separate review process.
Your submission doesn’t need to be long and detailed. It does need to be lodged by Wednesday. Continue reading