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Sunday, 6 February 2011

Your Say - Port Melbourne Waterfront Urban Design Framework

REMINDER
Port Melbourne Waterfront Urban Design Framework
Public Consultation
in February 2011


You are invited by the City of Port Phillip to participate in two different sessions being scheduled in February 2011 to have your say on the Port Melbourne Waterfront design.

The BCNA Committee encourages you to fully participate in these opportunities on a subject which is very important to the residents of Beacon Cove.

Invitation

Planning for consultation with the community on the above is progressing and the following dates have been booked in. BCNA members are encouraged to attend and discuss the opportunities that could be achieved at the waterfront I would appreciate it if you could send this invitation to your members.

Port Melbourne Waterfront Urban Design Framework

The City of Port Phillip is developing the Port Melbourne Waterfront Urban Design Framework to enhance liveability and secure a sustainable future for the precinct. Council is committed to working with the community to create a shared vision for the waterfront, and invites you to come and have your say.

The Issues & Opportunities report will be available from Monday 17 January.
If you would like a copy emailed directly to you, please send your request to sjscott@portphillip.vic.gov.au OR click HERE for a direct link to the City of Port Phillip site.

Information Session
Wednesday 9 Feb 2011
6:30pm – 8pm

This first session is an opportunity to hear all about the project and a chance to ask questions of the team on the objectives, background and next steps.

Visioning Workshop
Thursday 24 Feb 2011
6:30pm-8:30pm

The Visioning Workshop will be an interactive session that provides you with the opportunity to share your aspirations for the waterfront and help determine its future.

Venue: Port Melbourne Town Hall Auditorium
333 Bay Street (enter via Port Melbourne Library)
Doors open at 6pm. Light refreshments will be provided.

RSVP to one or both workshops by contacting

Steve Scott, Place Manager Port Melbourne:
Phone: 9209 6309
Email: sjscott@portphillip.vic.gov.au

Full details from the City of Port Phillip - click HERE