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Docklands Secret

06 Nov 2017

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Politician disrespects us

Docklanders interested to learn what our Federal Member of Parliament thinks of us can gain insight from the winter edition of Flemington-Kensington News.

Adam Bandt writes for the community paper and clearly has a poor impression of Docklands.

In a story about a Victorian Government plan for a public housing estate, Mr Bandt describes the plan as “Docklands-style development”.

But he apparently is not being complimentary with this description.

“The eastern end of the Flemington/Kensington boundary already suffers from traffic congestion and a lack of planning,” the Melbourne MHR writes.

“If we turn it into another Docklands, it will affect everyone.”

Ouch! Not exactly the attitude locals would expect from their elected representative.

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