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Memorandum of Understanding between the NSW Government, South Sydney City Council, the University of Sydney and the Aboriginal Housing Company Ltd

Category: Agreement
Date: 1 March 2003
Sub Category:Memorandum of Understanding
Place:Redfern, Eveleigh, Darlington
State/Country:New South Wales, Australia
Subject Matter:Housing, Construction and Infrastructure | Collaboration / Partnership
Summary Information:
The Memorandum of Understanding between the NSW Government, South Sydney City Council, the University of Sydney and the Aboriginal Housing Company Ltd ('the MOU') was signed in March 2003. It is part of a Social Plan for redevelopment of the Block in Redfern.

The MOU is designed 'to provide a framework through which [the parties] can work together to try to progress infrastructure renewal and development in Redfern and Waterloo' (NSW Government in Standing Committee 2004: 59-60).

The MOU states that:
'Given the extensive nature of the proposed private and public sector infrastructure developments, they have the potential to act as a catalyst in the revitalisation of the Redfern, Eveleigh, Darlington and Waterloo precincts. A public/private sector approach to the redevelopment of this area would allow for better integration between the proposed public/private developments and an increased opportunity to achieve social outcomes for both communities' (in Standing Committee 2004: 14).

Related Entries

Organisation
  • State of New South Wales - Signatory
  • Aboriginal Housing Company Ltd - Signatory
  • The University of Sydney - Signatory

  • References

    Report
    Standing Committee on Social Issues, Legislative Council (2004) Interim Report on the Inquiry into issues relating to Redfern/Waterloo
    Resource
    Aboriginal Housing Company Ltd Pemulwuy Project Profile 2000-2006
    South Sydney City Council (2003) Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of South Sydney City Council, 12 March 2003

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