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Stokes vows to break deadlock over major Waterloo housing revamp

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Mr Stokes said the council’s decision would “only prolong the stalemate” and further delay the strategically important project. He has written to Housing Minister Melinda Pavey and Sydney lord mayor Clover Moore to demand that they work to break the deadlock by March 12.

And he warned that he will appoint Jim Betts, secretary of the Planning Department, as the alternate planning proposal authority to assess the Waterloo project within 10 weeks if the council and Land and Housing…



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