Placemaking: University Square

Placemaking: University Square

Have you had your say? There are only five days left to do so. The University Square Draft Master Plan outlines how the City of Melbourne intend to transition the current landscape into a 21st century space that responds to significant demographic and contextual change, while recognising the rich history of the site. Shaped by extensive community feedback, the draft master plan aims to restore a failing landscape and creates new spaces that serve the local community. The draft master plan outlines 10 actions that form the basis of their vision for University Square. You can participate by viewing and adding your feedback to the interactive Draft Master plan. You can provide your feedback until 19 September. Following this final stage of consultation, they expect to present the final Master Plan to Council for approval in late 2016, with implementation commencing in 2017.

Have your say HERE

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Note: Please excuse the pixelated images, it is the quality (or lack thereof) that we are provided with from the City Council of Melbourne.

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