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  • Sat 20, 9:30-10:30am: Love our Streets, meeting at Garden City shops

  • August
  • Sat 3, 9-10am: Beach Patrol, meeting at Princes Pier
  • Sat 17, 9:30-10:30am: Love our Streets, meeting at 109 North Port tram stop

  • September
  • Sat 7, 9-10am: Beach Patrol, meeting at Centenary Bridge pylon
  • Sat 21, 9:30-10:30am: Love our Streets, meeting at Port Melbourne Town Hall
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    Monday 29 November 2010

    3207 Beach Patrol


    The Energetic Person who enjoys a clean safe Beach!

    This is a new local initiative which the BCNA committee commends for your consideration.

    See full details of how you can participate by clicking on the attached information flyer


    Wednesday 17 November 2010

    Liberal Commitment on 1 - 11 Waterfront Place

    Liberal Commitment on 1 - 11 Waterfront Place

    Recently Committee members of the BCNA met with Mark Lopez, the Liberal Party candidate for the lower house seat of Albert Park to press for commitments regarding proposals and rumours on potential developments of the property at 1 - 11 Waterfront Place. We believe it is important for members to understand as clearly as possible the circumstances surrounding this key issue as we enter the State elections on 27 November.

    The Committee has clearly heard from the local community that any large or inappropriate development at this location is not acceptable. Hence the meeting last week. Mark Lopez arranged for Matthew Guy, MLA and Shadow Minister for Planning, to respond to our questions.

    Click on attachment to read his response.

    If you have feedback for the Committee please send via

    Thursday 4 November 2010

    Princes Pier History Workshop - ARE YOU INTERSTED?

    Princes Pier History Workshop - Are you interested?

    As part of the Port Melbourne Waterfront a workshop is being run on the history of Princes Pier as an input to its refurbishment. See below for the email invitation from City of Port Phillip and attached document.

    It is important to have your historic input.

    You are welcome to register for the workshop. To express your interest please contact by email Steve Scott of the City of Port Phillip at with your contact details.

    Planned Workshop:

    Wednesday 17th November
    Port Melbourne Town Hall
    2 to 4 pm

    Email Sent: Wednesday, 27 October 2010 1:14 PM

    Subject: Port Melbourne Waterfront - Princes Pier workshop

    Good Afternoon

    I am seeking interest from you, your community group or anyone you know who may have an interest in this topic to register for participating in a workshop on Princes Pier history, and ways it may be interpreted for possible inclusion in the Princes Pier project which is being managed by the State Government through Major Projects Victoria.

    The workshop is planned to be run out of the Port Melbourne Town Hall on the 17th November between 2 – 4pm. It will be quite informal with lots of time to discuss the topic, how you can participate and next steps in the project. As per the attachment the workshop is one of two planned and this is a great opportunity to be involved in this project. The workshop will be facilitated by consultants experienced in this type of work and are engaged by the City of Port Phillip.

    When convenient if you could email me your interest in participating and contact details it would be greatly appreciated. I will forward more details to those who wish to attend closer to the workshop day.


    Steve Scott
    Place Manager Port Melbourne
    p: 03 9209 6309, f: 03 9536 2737
    City of Port Phillip, Private Bag 3 St Kilda, 3182
    Location: 99A Carlisle Street, St Kilda, St Kilda Townhall