Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Waterfront Place and the Port Mebourne Urban Design Framework

A priority for the successful Sandridge candidate and the new Council will be to continue work on the Port Melbourne Urban Design Framework with the community.

Waterfront Restaurant for sale by expression of interest
Some creative thinking will need to be done to re-imagine Waterfront Place as a place where Port people like to spend time, and where businesses can thrive. How can the space become more hospitable to the visitors who pass through the precinct daily? And what arrangements need to be put in place to achieve these improvements and how will they be paid for?
A willingness to work together with all the parties that have an interest in Waterfront Place - particularly the Port of Melbourne Corporation - is fundamental. It will also be important to assert the Port Melbourne UDF's status as a project within Council of equivalent importance to the Triangle.

No comments: