Central to Eveleigh Urban Transformation

UrbanGrowth NSW is leading the Central to Eveleigh urban transformation and transport program to redevelop 50 hectares of government owned land around Redfern. They have consulted the community on the urban transformation strategy and North Eveleigh precinct plan. The State Government has also announced that the Waterloo Housing Estate will be redeveloped. The City is providing feedback to UrbanGrowth on their proposals.

Urban Transformation Strategy - Central to Eveleigh

UrbanGrowth NSW has developed an Urban Transformation Strategy of around 50 hectares of government-owned land in and around the rail corridor from Central to Erskineville Stations.

You can download the Urban Transformation Strategy on the Central to Eveleigh website.

City of Sydney submissions

You can read the City's submission on the North Eveleigh precinct plan and our submission on the urban transformation strategy.

UrbanGrowth consultation

Visit the Central to Eveleigh website for more information on how to participate in the UrbanGrowth community engagement process, or contact Urban Growth NSW on 1800 756 953 or C2E@urbangrowth.nsw.gov.au.

UrbanGrowth NSW is leading the Central to Eveleigh urban transformation and transport program to redevelop 50 hectares of government owned land around Redfern. They have consulted the community on the urban transformation strategy and North Eveleigh precinct plan. The State Government has also announced that the Waterloo Housing Estate will be redeveloped. The City is providing feedback to UrbanGrowth on their proposals.

Urban Transformation Strategy - Central to Eveleigh

UrbanGrowth NSW has developed an Urban Transformation Strategy of around 50 hectares of government-owned land in and around the rail corridor from Central to Erskineville Stations.

You can download the Urban Transformation Strategy on the Central to Eveleigh website.

City of Sydney submissions

You can read the City's submission on the North Eveleigh precinct plan and our submission on the urban transformation strategy.

UrbanGrowth consultation

Visit the Central to Eveleigh website for more information on how to participate in the UrbanGrowth community engagement process, or contact Urban Growth NSW on 1800 756 953 or C2E@urbangrowth.nsw.gov.au.

  • UrbanGrowth NSW releases Urban Transformation Strategy

    4 months ago

    UrbanGrowth NSW has developed an Urban Transformation Strategy of around 50 hectares of government-owned land in and around the rail corridor from Central to Erskineville Stations.

    After two years of studies, assessments and community engagement, UrbanGrowth NSW has finalised the Strategy as a reference document to help guide development over the next 20 to 30 years.

    During the development of the Strategy, a number of major NSW Government policy and infrastructure announcements have been made, including new Sydney Metro stations at Waterloo and Central, the new Communities Plus initiative to renew social housing and the establishment of the Greater Sydney... Continue reading

    UrbanGrowth NSW has developed an Urban Transformation Strategy of around 50 hectares of government-owned land in and around the rail corridor from Central to Erskineville Stations.

    After two years of studies, assessments and community engagement, UrbanGrowth NSW has finalised the Strategy as a reference document to help guide development over the next 20 to 30 years.

    During the development of the Strategy, a number of major NSW Government policy and infrastructure announcements have been made, including new Sydney Metro stations at Waterloo and Central, the new Communities Plus initiative to renew social housing and the establishment of the Greater Sydney Commission to lead district planning across Sydney. The purpose of the Strategy has changed, from 2014 to now, in response to these announcements.

    It now informs the Greater Sydney Commission’s draft Central Sydney District Plan and will also be used as a reference document for future planning in the area.

    It will not be a statutory document, or a re-zoning proposal. Download the Strategy.