Sustainability & Environment
TAHE is committed to ensuring our business practices, long term innovation and investment is focused on building a sustainable and resilient NSW.
TAHE is working towards achieving Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia IS rating of ‘Leading’ for its procurement activities by FY25.
TAHE supports capital investment in TfNSW’s Asset Resilience Strategy to strengthen the resilience of our operational assets from future climate change risks and human related threats such as cyber security.
In addition, TAHE will explore future-focussed sustainability business domains that accord with the broader TAHE business and extend and grow the opportunities for TAHE to drive long-term innovation, business resilience and sustainability.
TAHE is committed to supporting investment and actions identified by TfNSW that will transition the NSW rail network to a zero-carbon state.
Conduct operations in compliance with the principles of ecologically sustainable development
Exhibit a sense of social responsibility by having regard to the interests of the community in which it operates
Transport Asset Holding Entity of NSW (TAHE) is committed to respecting human rights and taking meaningful actions to prevent, mitigate and where appropriate, remedy modern slavery risks in its operations, supply chains and investments.
TAHE’s Anti-Slavery Policy sets out the direction to ensure modern slavery risks in TAHE’s operations, supply chains and investments are identified and that steps are taken to address these risks.
Tarana Station Building Re-opening
After three decades closed to the public, Tarana Railway Station’s historic building has re-opened following a major restoration project led by the Transport Asset Holding Entity (TAHE). The…
Affordable Housing Pilot Project
TAHE has unveiled a landmark Affordable Housing Pilot Project in partnership with the Minister for Infrastructure, Cities and Active Transport, Rob Stokes this morning.
Central Station – Over-Station Redevelopment
TAHE is excited to play a leading role in the redevelopment of Central Station, with the recent launch of draft plans for over-station development at Sydney’s railway icon.
Redfern-North Eveleigh Precinct
Our CEO Bénédicte Colin joined The Hon. Rob Stokes, NSW Minister for Cities, Infrastructure and Active Transport to launch the draft masterplan for ‘The Paint Shop’ in Redfern North Eveleigh.
Gunning station’s new future as a community arts and cultural hub was showcased at a preview event in May.