Redfern North Eveleigh Precinct Renewal

The NSW Government is transforming the Redfern North Eveleigh Precinct into a great new place for Sydney.

Joining together transport, education, health and creative destinations, the new precinct will build on the area’s rich history, integrating with existing communities.

Development in the precinct will create the jobs of the future, provide housing and enable new places for people to socialise.

Your views are important to us and we'd like you to Share Your Ideas.

We would like to hear from you to help us create a place that celebrates the rich industrial, cultural, Aboriginal and creative roots of the precinct, and where everyone will feel welcome both day and night.

After engaging with government agencies, stakeholders and the community, the Strategic Vision Framework will set the vision and guide future development by establishing design principles and looking at opportunities for urban renewal on the site.

The NSW Government is transforming the Redfern North Eveleigh Precinct into a great new place for Sydney.

Joining together transport, education, health and creative destinations, the new precinct will build on the area’s rich history, integrating with existing communities.

Development in the precinct will create the jobs of the future, provide housing and enable new places for people to socialise.

Your views are important to us and we'd like you to Share Your Ideas.

We would like to hear from you to help us create a place that celebrates the rich industrial, cultural, Aboriginal and creative roots of the precinct, and where everyone will feel welcome both day and night.

After engaging with government agencies, stakeholders and the community, the Strategic Vision Framework will set the vision and guide future development by establishing design principles and looking at opportunities for urban renewal on the site.

  • We have been working to understand what people want in their community, and what they don’t like. By reviewing the community feedback on previous projects in the area, we believe community interests can be grouped into five design principles:

    1. History 
    2. Community and environment
    3. Culture 
    4. Connectivity 
    5. Jobs of the future

    This online survey is the first engagement step in the planning process and will be open until Sunday 4 October 2020.

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