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Chamber update - April 2016

31 Mar 2016

Activation of the water – Victoria Harbour

The Docklands Chamber of Commerce led a delegation to the Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water the Honorable Lisa Neville, on Wednesday, March 23.

Our interest is solely confined to the future governance of our waterways and the benefits available to the broader community by appropriate activation.

The result from the delegation is a public meeting to be hosted by the chamber with senior people from Parks Victoria and waterways presenting their position moving forward.

Limited seats are available for any interested person in the Docklands community to attend this special public meeting.

When: Thursday, April 28
Where: Berth restaurant, 45 NewQuay Promenade, Docklands
Registration: 5.45pm for 6pm start

If you would like to attend this public meeting, you must register by emailing the chamber executive via (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Only allocated seating is available, absolutely no door tickets available. No ticket, no entry.

To download a copy of the paper submitted to the Minister, simply go to the chamber website for a copy.

Caricatures displayed by chamber members

Gavin Bell, one of Melbourne’s top caricaturists (bloodyfunny.com.au), was drawing caricatures for each of the attendees at our last networking function. These caricatures are proudly being displayed at their premises. When you see a caricature you will know they are chamber members.

Enhanced website being launched on April 28

We are currently improving the chamber website to incorporate the advantages of social media. Significant changes will give greater support to local businesses which are members of the chamber.

Join the chamber today and like us on Facebook!

The new website is another reason to join the Docklands Chamber of Commerce and connect your business to people with like minds who are actively encouraging the development of the Docklands community.

If you have anything you wish to share, or you want to join us simply email: (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  or visit our web site http://www.docklandscc.com.au

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