We are proposing major upgrades and investment in our Sydney research facilities as part of the Sydney Consolidation Project.
The project will include a significant refresh at CSIRO’s Lindfield site.
Thank you to all those who attended our community information sessions and provided feedback during the recent consultation. If you missed these opportunities please note that we are still happy to receive and consider your feedback.
What’s happening at CSIRO in Sydney?
We are excited to be advancing our science capabilities in Sydney. The Sydney Consolidation Project will help us to improve the quality of our research facilities and deliver our science more effectively.
Lindfield is our largest research site in Sydney and the venue for the most significant planned refresh. The Lindfield Refresh will allow us to accommodate more top scientific researchers as the underutilised CSIRO sites at Marsfield and North Ryde are closed or vacated at the end of lease.
How can I provide feedback?
Members of the community were invited to provide feedback between Thursday 29 November and Friday 14 December 2018. All feedback received will be assessed by the project team as we prepare for referral of the project to the Parliamentary Works Committee. CSIRO is happy to continue to receive feedback from the community as follows:
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone – 1800 016 203
Mail – CSIRO Sydney Consolidation Project, 36 Bradfield Road, Lindfield NSW 2070
Community Information Sessions
Residents and community members in the Lindfield area were invited to attend two community sinformation sessions in December 2018 held at:
CSIRO Lindfield, main reception foyer
36 Bradfield Road
Lindfield NSW 2070
- Saturday 8 December 9:30am – 11:30am
- Tuesday 11 December 4.30pm – 6.30pm
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Do you want to receive updates on the project and construction notifications by email?
Email us at email@example.com and we will add you to our mailing list.
For more information on our other sites around Australia see CSIRO locations.