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Martin Foley addresses residents

13 Sep 2011

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Member for Albert Park Martin Foley was invited to the recent Southbank Residents Group meeting to explain what he thought the future had in store for the region.

Mr Foley’s presentation was very open and his major concerns were to ensure Southbank becomes a community and doesn’t just remain a collection of tall buildings.

He suggested Southbank lacked heart and, although the ideas put forward by the City of Melbourne have been good, the one key element the area is missing was a school.

He also addressed concerns over height restrictions in the area, as well as serviced apartment problems currently being experienced by residents.

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