Resources from Waterloo Community Capacity Building project

The Waterloo Community Capacity Building project led by Inner Sydney Voice aims at providing social housing tenants, local residents, community and government workers with resources, knowledge and concepts to engage successfully and productively in the Waterloo redevelopment consultation process led by Land & Housing Corporation (LAHC).

In other words, the aim of the project is to help the community by assisting with tools and resources that people feel they might need in order to participate efficiently in the elaboration of a long term urban planning and urban design vision for the area.

To achieve this goal, Inner Sydney Voice has organised workshops, site visits, informal morning and afternoon teas and various other activities over the last 6 months.

This section of our website is here to provide resources for those who couldn’t attend or wish to go further and explore more in-depth┬áconcepts related to urban planning, urban design and urban public policy. We also upload online discussion materials and information that have been distributed during workshops and information sessions for those who were not able to physically attend.

So far the Waterloo Capacity Building project Resource section includes information about:

You can access these pages by clicking on the links or through the ‘In this section’ menu on the right side of this page.

These pages are regularly updated with more resources so do not hesitate to come back regularly and see what is new!

We hope that you find those resources useful.

You can contact Thomas Chailloux the Capacity Building Project Worker for Waterloo on email at cb@innersydneyvoice.org.au or by phone Monday to Thursday on (02) 9004 2449.

Community Discussions videos

Wondering what the workshops that we organise to get ready as a community to participate in Waterloo Master Planning look like?

Have a look at those videos!

“Would Waterloo be a better community if it was more socially mixed?” – Redfern Town Hall – Wednesday 17th May

“Universal Design – How do we create more accessible and inclusive places?” – Salvation Army HQ on Chalmers St – Thursday 20th July

 

This page as well as every sub-section is regularly updated with more resources so do not hesitate to come back regularly and see what is new!

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