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State Significant Development

Response to Submissions

Redfern Mixed Use Co-living Housing Development

City of Sydney

Current Status: Response to Submissions

Interact with the stages for their names

  1. SEARs
  2. Prepare EIS
  3. Exhibition
  4. Collate Submissions
  5. Response to Submissions
  6. Assessment
  7. Recommendation
  8. Determination

Construction of a Mixed Use Co-living Housing Development ranging in height from five to seven storeys. Includes ground floor commercial uses, communal areas, associated landscaping works and extension and augmentation of services and infrastructure.

Attachments & Resources

Notice of Exhibition (1)

SS Exhibition or ReExhibition Advertisement_02112022_09043

Request for SEARs (2)

Biodiversity Development Report Waiver Request
Bat Survey

SEARs (1)

Industry Specific SEARs Identified Sites and Precincts_091

EIS (43)

Appendix 21. Addendum Aboriginal Archaeological
Appendix 2. Survey Plan
Appendix 38 - Economic Impact Assessment
Revised Environmental Impact Statement
Appendix 34. Demolition Construction WMP
Appendix 27. Construction Traff Manage Plan
Appendix 22b. Detailed Site Investigation No. 2-Pt 1
Appendix 22c. Detailed Site Investigation No. 2-Pt 2
Appendix 3b. Architectural Plans-Pt 2
Appendix 3a. Architectural Plans-Pt 1
Appendix 36. BDAR Waiver
Appendix 35. Operational Waste Management Plan
Appendix 33. Infrastructure Delivery Management Plan
Appendix 32. ESD Report
Appendix 31. Concept Fire Engineering Strategy
Appendix 30. BCA Report
Appendix 29. Disability Access Report
Appendix 28. CPTED Report
Appendix 26. Structural Drawings
Appendix 25. Structural Report
Appendix 24b. Civil Drawings
Appendix 24a. Stormwater Management Report
Appendix 23. Geotechnical Investigation Report
Appendix 22a. Detailed Site Investigation No. 1
Appendix 20. Heritage Impact Statement
Appendix 19. Visual Impact Assessment
Appendix 18. Section J Report
Appendix 17. BASIX Certificate
Appendix 16. Social Impact Assessment
Appendix 15. Traffic & Parking Assessment Report
Appendix 14. Acoustic Report
Appendix 13. Operational Plan of Management
Appendix 12. Consultation Outcomes Report
Appendix 11. Design Review Report
Appendix 9. Connecting with Country - Public Art Strategy
Appendix 8. Aboriginal Design Principles Report
Appendix 7. Design Excellence Strategy
Appendix 6. Urban Design Strategy
Appendix 5. Landscape Plans
Appendix 4. Architectural Design Statement
Appendix 1. SEARs Table
Appendix 10 - Revised Clause 16A Variation Request
Appendix 37. Quantity Surveyor Report

Agency Advice (7)

Sydney Trains
Heritage NSW
Sydney Water
Heritage NSW (ACH)


Showing 1 - 4 of 4 submissions
Julia Aebi
REDFERN , New South Wales
Myself and Alexandra Roach are tenants of 11 Woodburn St, submitting an objection alongside our neighbours at 9 Woodburn St to the proposed Mixed Use Co-living Housing Development at 175-177 Cleveland St, 1-5 and 6-8 Woodburn St. The property we are renting is a part of a row of three two-storey terrace houses built in 1888.

As proposed in Wendy Crane’s (property owner of 9 Woodburn St) objection report submitted on 29/11/22, there are a number of key issues we would like to object to.

The only facade of the building that has been taking into consideration in the drawings package provided to the public does not take into account the impacts the proposed height, bulk and scale of seven storeys will have in the Eveleigh St and Woodburn St public domains. We believe there should be accurate shadow diagrams to show the influence of the height, bulk and scale of this development on surrounding buildings, including the residence at 11 Woodburn St.

We argue that the examples given by the developer of Scape Student Accommodation and Iglu Student Accommodation are not relevant in the context and neighbourhood character of the site. This is evident in the transitional scale in heights between terrace housing on Eveleigh St and the Scape Student tower. This is not present in the proposed scheme and are at risk of overshadowing neighbouring buildings, including 9-11 Woodburn St and jeopardising the character of our block in Redfern.

We believe the proposed scheme does not respond to the scale, form and design of surrounding development, and in its current state object to this proposal moving forward.
Wendy Crane
REDFERN , New South Wales
I object to the proposal as per the attached letter of objection.
Name Withheld
It's great that more apartments are being built close to the city for the residents of Sydney. For a CBD co-living development, it doesn't seem to be very tall though.
City of Sydney


Project Details

Application Number
Assessment Type
State Significant Development
Development Type
Residential & Commercial
Local Government Areas
City of Sydney

Contact Planner

Renah Givney