Bundock Street Housing Redevelopment

Consultation

The Randwick Barracks is a well-known landmark in the Randwick community. Defence worked closely with Randwick City Council in the development of the relevant DCP.

We will continue to work closely with Council and Government agencies and representatives to ensure the Bundock Street Housing Redevelopment aligns with existing local strategies and plans.

We want to be a good neighbour to the local community. Consulting with the local community will ensure a better outcome for all. We will stay in contact with you as plans progress throughout 2023.

We are keen to understand local perspectives and ideas and look at ways these can be realised and managed in the remediation and redevelopment of the Bundock Street Housing Redevelopment site.

Information on the project shared with the community can be accessed below. Some of the information includes investigations on the now deferred Sydney Live-in Accommodation project.
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Latest Project Updates

When: Thursday 8 Sept 2022
1.00pm – 7.00pm
Where: Randwick Community Centre,
27 Munda St, Randwick
When: Friday 9 Sept 2022
10.00am – 3.00pm
Where: Randwick Community Centre,
27 Munda St, Randwick

Community Information Session on EPBC Act Referral

Thank you for coming to our community information session on DCCEEW’s referral process including how and when the community can make a submission. We also introduced and explained the referral documentation and allowed time for questions.
Thursday 14 March, 6:00pm – 7:30pm
(project team was available after the formal meeting for additional questions)
Randwick Community Centre, 27 Munda Street, Randwick

The presentation shared at the session available to view here.

EPBC Act Referral Documentation

Referral of the project to the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment, and Water (DCCEEW) for assessment under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) is occurring soon. View referral documents ahead of the DCCEEW submission period here.

Community Information Session on EPBC Act Referral, 14 March 2024

The Bundock Street Housing Redevelopment Project team held a community information session on the 14 March 2024 at the Randwick Community Centre. The session was on DCCEEW’s referral process including how and when the community can make a submission. We also introduced and explained the referral documentation and allowed time for questions.

The presentation shared at the session is available to view here:
See the presentation

Community Newsletter Update, March 2024

A community newsletter was delivered to the local community and emailed to interested community and stakeholders who joined our mailing list. This newsletter reminds the community to attend a community information session to gain a comprehensive understanding of the project’s EPBC referral content and community comment opportunities.
See the newsletter

Community Newsletter Update, February 2024

A community newsletter was delivered to the local community and emailed to interested community and stakeholders who joined our mailing list. This newsletter invites the community to attend a community information session to gain a comprehensive understanding of the project’s EPBC referral content and community comment opportunities.
See the newsletter
Community Newsletter Update, December 2023

A newsletter was delivered to the local community and emailed to our project mailing list.

This newsletter provides a project update, information about consultation that took place this year, and plans for upcoming consultation in early 2024.
See the newsletter
Community Information Pop up on Traffic and Parking, 21 September 2023

The Bundock Street Housing Redevelopment Project team held a community information pop up session on the 21 September 2023 at the Randwick Community Centre. At the pop up we shared information and spoke with the community regarding the assessment on potential traffic and parking impacts related to the proposed project. 

A summary of the traffic and parking assessment information was displayed, and traffic subject matter experts and project team members were on hand to listen to and respond to questions. If you weren’t able to attend, the information boards and factsheet is available to view here.
Read the Traffic and Parking Impact Assessment for the Bundock Street Housing Redevelopment.
Community Newsletter Update, September 2023

A community newsletter was delivered to the local community and emailed to interested community members and stakeholders who joined our mailing list. The newsletter invited the community to attend an information pop-up event to share information on the findings from the Traffic and Parking Impact Assessment for the Bundock Street Housing Redevelopment Project.
See the newsletter
Community Information Session, 22 February 2023

The Bundock Street Housing Redevelopment Project team held a community information session focusing on the topic of contamination investigations and proposed remediation approach for the project site on 22 February 2023 at the Randwick Community Centre.  

We captured key feedback from the community on the night in a document which can be viewed here.
See the key feedback
If you weren’t able to attend, the presentation is available to view here.
See the presentation
The following newsletter update was delivered to the local community and shared with our project mailing list ahead of the event.
See the newsletter
Town Hall Briefing Presentation, 5 December 2022

The local Federal Member for Kingsford Smith, the Honourable Matt Thistlethwaite, hosted a community information evening on Monday 5 December 2022 at the Randwick Community Centre. 

The Defence project teams were invited to attend to provide the community with an update on the Randwick Barracks housing and accommodation projects. Defence were grateful for the opportunity to meet with the local community to present and discuss the proposed development. A copy of the presentation can be seen here:
See the presentation
Community Newsletter Update, December 2022

A community newsletter update on the status and next steps for the project was shared with local community members who joined our mailing list and stakeholders in the area.

It has also been delivered to the local community.  A copy of the newsletter is available to download here:
See the newsletter