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OC Network celebrates one year

09 Jun 2016

OC Network celebrates one year Image

In what has been a hugely successful community initiative, the Southbank Owners’ Corporation Network celebrated its first year of operation at Freshwater Place last month.

While the network originally began in May last year with a mere six Southbank owners’ corporations signed up, it has more than doubled in the space of a year to now include 13 Southbank apartment towers.

Member apartments towers include The Summit, Sentinel, Wrap, Southside, Mainpoint, Yarra Condos, The Guild, Southpoint, Freshwater Place, Tiara, Gallery Tower, Riverside Apartments and Habitat.

Initiated by Southbank Residents Association president Tony Penna, members say that the network has been hugely beneficial for sharing information on issues relating to security, planning and the local community.

The bi-monthly meetings set no agenda, but do feature a different guest speaker at each one, which have included the likes of council planning officers, local police and firemen and strata title experts.

Last month’s one year anniversary meeting featured a presentation from RMIT planning academic Michael Buxton, who explained the finer details of the State Government’s recently-announced C270 planning laws to members.

The network will hold its next meeting in August and Southbank Residents Association is urging pother OCs to get on board and help to further strengthen the fabric of our growing community.

For more information visit www.southbankresidents.com.au

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