We are working to create a sustainable environment that contributes to the revitalisation of the Darlington and Redfern neighbourhoods while respecting the existing fabric of the local community.
We are dedicated to:
- improving Darlington side of the campus
- respecting the current architecture
- improving access and connectivity between the Darlington and Camperdown campuses
- respecting heritage considerations for residential streets by maintaining a significant setback from Abercrombie Street for the bulk of the building
- making a positive contribution to the community by creating a sense of place
- respecting the surrounding residential properties and the City of Sydney’s planning guidelines.
Have your say on a pedestrian and bicycle access strategy for Darlington
The University is committed to ensuring that the Abercrombie Precinct redevelopment includes important upgrades that will be beneficial for the local community and improve access in the vicinity. Part of this involves the development of better access through the Darlington area such as possible 'pinch points', raising pedestrian crossings and other improvements.
The community consultation workshops have now finished. Thank you for your participation and feedback.
You can still submit any comments on the strategy until 20 May.
To submit feedback, please fill out the pedestrian and cyclist access feedback form.
All the panels will continue to be on display in the foyer of the University’s Services Building (22 Codrington Street) until 20 May.
You can access the foyer between 8.30am and 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.
Pedestrian and cyclist access panels: