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Boulevard in focus

09 Feb 2017

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The Yarra River Business Association will be briefed on the City of Melbourne’s project to transform Southbank Boulevard at its next member’s luncheon.

The City of Melbourne’s urban design gurus professor Rob Adams and Steven Perumal will present to businesses on the highly-anticipated project at Eureka 89 on Thursday, February 23.

The City of Melbourne’s innovative project seeks to shut down half of Southbank Boulevard and Dodds St (VCA section) between St Kilda Rd and the Yarra River to make way for a giant linear park.

Having undertaken numerous rounds of public consultation on the project over recent years, the presentation is sure to provide some exciting updates.

To book your place at the lunch visit:

yarrariver.melbourne/events/view/752/yarra-river-business-luncheon

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