It has been a long fight to get justice for the small business owners and residents who have lived through the hell of light rail construction. I intend to continue the fight to make sure that people get the support they need. Read the article below for more information: The Daily Telegraph reports that small business […]
Last Thursday a public forum was held at Vivo Café on George Street in the city, for people adversely affected by Sydney’s light rail construction. The forum was hosted by cafe owner, City of Sydney Councillor Angela Vithoulkas, whose business has been negatively impacted by the light rail project. Cr Vithoulkas announced that legal action seeking financial […]
Thank you to everyone who attended the light rail action meeting on Wednesday 2nd August and shared their stories with Alan Jones. Every story we heard last night was heartbreaking, and it’s time for the government to listen to us. Alan said, “The voices that have been heard tonight will be faithfully and urgently represented.” I […]
You are invited to share your story about the impact of light rail construction on your business and local community with Australia’s No. 1 radio broadcaster, Alan Jones. While Premier Gladys Berejiklian, Minister Andrew Constance and others in NSW and Local Government refuse to admit there is anything wrong, we know the truth! Alan Jones […]
Last night 9 News Sydney revealed that the NSW Government are budgeting to spend an extra $34 million on light rail bureaucrats but not a cent to support small business – more businesses are coming forward each day seeking help – what will it take for someone to listen? For Gladys Berejiklian to say that “they” are going to have a […]
This morning, I spoke to Alan Jones about the devastating impacts that the light rail project has had on Sydney business owners. Listen to my interview with Alan below:
Local retail owners say that the construction of the $2.1 billion light rail project is destroying the viability of their businesses, with the NSW Government and City of Sydney facing backlash over these problems, reports Alt Media. The light rail is now due to be completed in early 2019, after construction suffering delay for the second time since […]
The SMH reports that construction of Sydney’s $2.1 billion light rail line along much of George Street in the central city has missed completion deadlines for the second time. Seven of 10 zones on George Street have failed to meet the latest completion dates – some by several months – for laying of tracks, curbs […]
Here is the first of my opinion pieces about the impact of light rail construction from today’s Daily Telegraph. Read it below.
Light Rail in Surry Hills – definitely a tool to divide a community if there ever was one, both literally and figuratively. It has become apparent to the residents of Surry Hills and in particular Devonshire St, that the State Government has made up its mind as to the final choice of Light Rail.