Expanding Port Capacity Project (Webb Dock)
Are you interested in the current status of this key project and how it will impact out neighbourhood?
Click here for the link to the Port Capacity Project to the Port of Melbourne Corporation website.
They are presently running community consultation sessions which you may be interested in attending.
The next ones are this coming Wednesday 19th June 6 pm, and Saturday 22 June 10 am at Life Saving Victoria, 200 The Boulevard, Port Melbourne for 1 and 1/2 hours.
Full details on the website link and below. You must register to attend, go to the website and click on the Book Your Seat blue button on the right hand side bar.
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Your invitation to the Port Capacity Design and Specification workshops
As part of the Port Capacity Project to redevelop Webb Dock, an extensive buffer program has been developed to revitalise the Port’s buffer areas that separate the port operations at Webb Dock from the expanding city and nearby communities.
Last year, a number of ‘conversation starter’ design concepts were released to gain feedback about what could be included in the buffers. The results were summarised and presented in a report titled Phase 1: Design Brief Feedback and was used by our designers to create the preliminary designs.
Since then, we’ve worked hard to incorporate more of your suggestions into the updated designs. Now, before we finalise the designs we would like to invite you to attend a workshop with our Project Team.
Williamstown Sailing Club, The Strand (opposite Stevedore St), Williamstown
Life Saving Victoria, 200 The Boulevard, Port Melbourne
To see the current designs or RSVP to attend a workshop click here.
We hope to see you at the workshops!
Tel: 1800 451 056