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Stadium fixing planning issue

02 Nov 2017

By James Manton

Etihad Stadium management is in the process of rectifying planning issues Melbourne City Council had with its use of the concourse.

As reported in August by Docklands News, Etihad Stadium has sought retrospective planning and building permission for a number of huts and sheds which had been illegally constructed along the eastern concourse.

However, a City of Melbourne spokesperson says a planning permit was recently granted for the huts and sheds, while an application for an outdoor bar had been withdrawn earlier in the year.

The spokesperson said Etihad Stadium had applied to the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation to modify its alcohol serving areas.

The spokesperson also said the council was working with Etihad Stadium to bring outdoor advertising “into compliance” with the council’s regulations.

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