Buildings and facilities

Buildings and facilities

Upgrades to buildings and facilities

We aim to be a leader in design excellence when we improve existing buildings and facilities across our local area.

While preserving the historic significance of these buildings, among the improvements we introduce sustainable features to boost our green and design excellence credentials.

Before we start work to improve our buildings and facilities, we ask for your feedback about the plans and designs on our Sydney Your Say website. 

Current works

Alexandra Canal Depot

The new depot will provide waste, maintenance and construction services for the southern city area and replace 3 existing facilities.

Maybanke Recreation Centre

We are improving the main entry ramp, stairs and the basketball court playing surface and surrounds.

Child care for Green Square

We have started work on a new childcare centre at Joynton Avenue, Zetland.

The Crescent Early Learning Centre

We have started work on a new 80-place childcare centre in Annandale.

East Sydney Community and Arts Centre

The East Sydney Community and Arts Centre (formerly Heffron Hall) and Albert Sloss Reserve are being renewed.

Juanita Nielsen Community Centre upgrade

We have started a major refurbishment to make the Juanita Nielsen Community Centre more accessible and welcoming for the whole community.

Completed works

East Sydney Early Learning Centre

We have transformed 277–279 Bourke Street in Darlinghurst into a state-of-the-art childcare and community centre.

Huntley Street Early Learning Centre

We have completed work on a new 80-place childcare centre in Alexandria.

Observatory Hill Rotunda

We have restored the Observatory Hill Rotunda, a century-old harbourside bandstand which is a Sydney institution that today hosts over 100 wedding ceremonies a year.

Sydney Town Hall restoration

Sydney Town Hall has been upgraded for future generations.

Underground waste trial

Residents in Royston Street, Darlinghurst are part of an innovative trial of underground communal rubbish bins designed to increase the street’s waste and recycling capacity and reduce clutter.

Last updated: Tuesday, 31 May 2016