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Expression of Interest – new applicants required!

9 February 2015 | Posted in: Leichhardt, News

Renew Sydney is seeking new project proposals!        APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

We have new spaces becoming available that need people with the ability to be open at least six days per week, have more than one person involved and have an exciting activation plan!

EOI Open for Applicants

EOI is open until Wednesday, 25 February 2015

When Renew Leichhardt first began we captured the details of many interested artists and entrepreneurs that has formed our potential participant list that we are still using when properties become available. Over a year later, we are coming to a point where some of the applicants are no longer available, their ideas and their availability has changed or they can only be available on a part time basis. As we are starting to open up spaces that are in high visibility locations and we require genuinely active businesses and projects that can be open for at least six days a week.

Ideally we are seeking an active business or project that goes above and beyond just selling their products or service that can bring people in through their teachings, exhibitions, studios, workshops, or impromptu events.  We are looking for people who know their stuff and are ready to jump in and be part of the program.

This Expression of Interest round will close on Wednesday, 25 February 2015. We will be launching new Renew spaces 143 to 149 Norton Street, Leichhardt on Friday, 13 March and 147 Norton Street, Leichhardt is first property that will be offered to an applicant from this round by Friday, 20 March 2015.

If you are ready to apply fill out the application form below! 

Should you require further information on this Expression of Interest or how the Renew program works, please email the Sydney Project Manager on [email protected]

Engaged by Leichhardt Council, Renew Leichhardt is a pilot initiative by Renew Australia to activate some of the currently underutilised spaces in Leichhardt through incubating short-term uses by creative enterprises and independent local initiatives on a rent-free basis.