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Media Releases

Please choose from the following Media Releases regarding Places Victoria's activities across Docklands.

2013 Media Releases

Monday, 29 July 2013
New park, pavilion and playground to boost Docklands' liveability
Docklands will get a brand new park and community oval under an $18 million Victorian Coalition Government initiative for Australia's premier urban renewal precinct.
Tuesday, 25 June 2013
Docklands Spaces Strategy Yields Early Results
Renew Australia's Dockland Spaces pilot has proved a win-win strategy for a property owner, creative participants and the Docklands community, as the first property activated by the scheme secures a paying tenant.
Tuesday, 18 June 2013
Completed 700 Bourke Street welcomes new faces to Docklands
Cbus Property¿s 700 Bourke Street will be National Australia Bank¿s new Melbourne headquarters, as well as home to a number of new and exciting retail additions for the growing Docklands precinct. Now complete, the building forms a new gateway to the Melbourne Docklands.
Tuesday, 11 June 2013
Community Information Session - Conder Plaza Project, NewQuay
MAB Corporation wishes to share details of Conder Plaza with local residents, businesses and stakeholders at this Information Session.
Thursday, 2 May 2013
Places Victoria moves to create Docklands' first school
The growing numbers of families living in Docklands are set to benefit as Places Victoria takes a major step towards securing a primary school for the newest part of Melbourne's CBD.
Monday, 29 April 2013
World class transport for Docklands
A total of $36 million worth of investment in Docklands transport infrastructure has been given a green light by Planning Minister Matthew Guy and Lord Mayor Robert Doyle.
Friday, 12 April 2013
Initiative breathes new life into Docklands
A picnic hamper retailer and 3D printing and industrial design studio have set-up shop in formerly vacant retail spaces in Docklands in a program designed to attract more people to the area.
Wednesday, 6 March 2013
Work meets play at the new Docklands sports courts
With a growing residential population and a population of more than 30,000 workers, the City of Melbourne's new multi-purpose sports courts in Docklands will be a popular destination for lunch-time sporting rivalry.

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