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The Good the Bad and the Ugly:a hundred years of infill housing

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Glebe

Intersection of Bridge Rd, Colbourne Av, & Lyndhurst Street

Glebe, NSW 2037

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This walk explores a century of infill housing in Glebe

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Glebe is a great place to walk, with heritage streetscapes, significant historical buildings, the foreshore walk, parklands and a rich social and industrial history.

This walk explores a century of infill housing in Glebe including cottages in the St Phillip’s Estate built by the Church of England, new apartments built by the Commonwealth as part of the Glebe Project, the remarkable work of the NSW Housing Commission’s Inner City Housing Team in the 1980s, which included apartments, cottages and adaptive re-use, the 2011 Glebe Affordable Housing Project on the old Wentworth Estate and the proposed Princes’ Quarter in Cowper Street. The walk starts at the corner of Bridge Rd and Lyndhurst Street and will finish at the Nag’s Head Hotel in Forest Lodge. Duration is 2 hours, distance 3.5 kilometres.

A detailed handout will be given to all attendees.


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This walk will be led by Ian Stephenson. Ian is the Glebe Society’s Planning Convenor. He is on the Board of the National Trust and has worked in the museum and heritage field for over 30 years including as Director of Historic Places in Canberra, with the National Trust in NSW and SA and for the University of New England.

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Glebe

Intersection of Bridge Rd, Colbourne Av, & Lyndhurst Street

Glebe, NSW 2037

Australia

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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