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Master plan imminent

06 Jun 2017

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The City of Melbourne will release its draft master plan on the future transformation of Southbank Boulevard and Dodds St for community engagement this month.

Council announced back in April that the master plan’s release had been delayed until June-July and the community would soon get to have a glance at what council has in store for the 2.5 ha of new open space.

The City of Melbourne’s director of city design Professor Rob Adams confirmed in February that construction for the $35 million project would start in early 2018.

Council recently announced an $11 million down payment towards stage one of the project, which will start with a transformation of Dodds St near the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA).

For more information visit participate.melbourne.vic.gov.au/southbankboulevard

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