The NSW Government is planning for a diverse, welcoming and inclusive Waterloo Metro Quarter featuring new homes, shops, community services and public plazas above the new metro station.
Waterloo is at the centre of an exciting renewal program that will bring new public transport, homes, local jobs, community facilities, social activities and retail spaces to the area.
We are working with Sydney Metro to create the Metro Quarter, a vibrant mixed-use precinct featuring new homes, shops, community services and public plazas above the new metro station. The Metro Quarter is bounded by Botany Road, Cope, Raglan and Wellington Streets.
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (formerly Department of Planning and Environment) has given concept approval for the Waterloo Metro Quarter.
The Waterloo Metro Quarter concept comprises five building envelopes including three towers and two mid-rise buildings above and adjacent to the station.
Under the plan, at least five per cent of homes will be affordable housing and 70 apartments will be set aside for social housing. There will be new community facilities, more trees planted, retail and office space and two new public plazas at Cope Street and Raglan Street.
The NSW Government has awarded a contract to a joint venture between John Holland and Mirvac to deliver the new Waterloo Metro Quarter project that will revitalise the area and be a landmark in its own right.
We would like to thank the community for attending information sessions during the planning and exhibition phases for the Waterloo Metro Quarter. Over 2500 people provided feedback that will help shape the Metro Quarter and create an exciting new Metro precinct.
For further information please contact
(02) 9216 5700