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Have your say on planning

15 May 2012

Not many suburbs in Melbourne are more affected by future visions and planning than Southbank.

It makes sense then that anyone who lives, works or even visits Southbank should be able to have their say on the future planning of the city.

The Minister for Planning Matthew Guy has launched the new website www.planmelbourne.vic.gov.au which encourages everyone to give their own ideas towards the development of our city and our state.

Minister Guy said he was looking forward to hearing new ideas and he knew it was important to cast the net wide to find them.

“We need to build on the best of past planning strategies and bring fresh thinking to our consideration of projected growth and change and to how we address the challenges in front of us,” Mr Guy said.

“We are working with local councils, industry and peak bodies to provide input to the development of a discussion paper,” he added.

For more information or to contribute, head to the website or for the more technologically advanced you can also contribute on Twitter using the username @planmelbourne or the hashtag #planmelbourne.

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