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Residents’ Concerns over Bellevue Cottage
Posted on 12th March 2018

The Society demanded that issues of parking, noise, hours of operation, and landscaping be addressed before approval was granted.   Read more »

Letter to the City of Sydney on Bellevue DA – January 2018
Posted on 2nd February 2018

The Glebe Society welcomes a proposal that has a good chance of success, and thus ensuring the permanent occupation and conservation of Bellevue, and continuing amenity for the community, and in particular users of the popular Waterfront Walk. However, there are matters that need further clarification and additional issues that should be addressed.  Read more »

Letter to the City of Sydney on Bellevue Lease – October 2017
Posted on 17th December 2017

The Society believes the time has come to relax those conditions to allow the venue to operate for longer hours, and also to take bookings. It may be possible to relax others as well, at least for a trial period.  Read more »

Correspondence with the City of Sydney on Harold Park completion
Posted on 17th December 2017

The Glebe Society is aware of wide-spread concern expressed by local residents about the lack of progress in completion of Harold Park. We are seeking information from you about the timeframe for drainage remediation and the opening of the park.  Read more »

Planning Report (November 2017)

Planning Report (November 2017)
Posted on 28th November 2017

Amended Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 2017 and response to the Grenfell Tower fire  Read more »

147-9 Glebe Point Road (former Sushi Garden)
Posted on 7th November 2017

This is the only wooden building surviving in Glebe Point Road, and the only wooden shop in Glebe. There is a case for retaining elements of the late Victorian facade, such as the splayed doorway, iron columns and associated windows, and certainly for recording the building comprehensively and attaching an interpretative plaque  Read more »

Three CBDs?

Three CBDs?
Posted on 7th November 2017

The Greater Sydney Commission has hit the headlines with its release of the draft Future Transport Strategy. The key promise is that with the division of Sydney into three hubs, the Western Parkland City based on Badgerys Creek Airport, the Central River City based on Parramatta, and the Eastern Harbour City based on the current CBD, by 2056, most people will enjoy a thirty minute commute.  Read more »

Why Orphan School Creek is Important
Posted on 7th September 2017

Fifty years ago the bays’ foreshores, and all the watercourses that drained into them, were lined with industrial uses, most of them in terminal decline, and many already defunct and derelict. The biggest drain was the concreted Johnstons Creek. At the Children’s Hospital, Camperdown, it was joined by a tributary, Orphan School Creek.  Read more »

Draft Planning Changes for 2-32 Junction Street, Forest Lodge
Posted on 7th September 2017

Proposed changes for this key development site are being exhibited for comment on the Sydney Your Say website until 4 September.  Read more »

Letter to the Minister for Planning and Environment on the Bank St Site
Posted on 27th August 2017

The Glebe Society is pleased to provide its objections to the request for modification of the current development approvals at the Bank St site to allow a change of use to a harbor cruise business and for associated on land changes.  Read more »

Public Meeting on Record Reign Hall
Posted on 7th September 2017

About thirty residents turned out to hear about the proposal for a 68-place Childcare Centre to be located in this remarkable Late Victorian Church Hall, a Heritage Item and landmark that has served the Glebe community in many capacities over it long life.  Read more »

Planning Subcommittee Annual Planning Report 2016-2017
Posted on 28th July 2017

Some of the most significant changes of 2017 have had no direct impact on Glebe, though they will certainly have flow-on effects. WestConnex will not go near Glebe, though its impact on some nearby suburbs is already obvious.   Read more »

Planning Report (June 2017)
Posted on 29th June 2017

16 Creek Street Forest Lodge, 1 Ferry Road, new park for Harold Park and childcare at Record Reign Hall.  Read more »

Bidura Site Re-development (Updated)
Posted on 27th June 2017

A new Development Application for the Vision Land’s planned development of the Bidura site has been lodged with the City of Sydney. read the Glebe Society’s submission on proposal.  Read more »

What about the Park at Harold Park?
Posted on 1st May 2017

Locals will have noticed that turfing and tree planting in the open space at Harold Park, from the Tramsheds to Wigram Rd, was completed some months ago, and people are asking: ‘When will the park be opened?’  Read more »