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Discussion on library themes

27 Mar 2012

The City of Melbourne wants to consult with Docklanders on the “themes” and functions of the new library and community centre to be constructed in Victoria Harbour.

The council is hosting an “open house session” at the Hub, 80 Harbour Esplanade, between 1pm and 4pm on Saturday, April 14.

The council said: “We’ll have plans to look at and people to talk to about the great new space.”

“Come along to our open house session at the Hub to talk about the new development.”

The council, Places Victoria and Lend Lease have collaborated to produce the three-storey, $9 million structure at the soon-to-be-developed Dock Square at the corner of Bourke and Collins streets.

While the building itself has been designed, the fit-out and specific functions of the community centre are yet to be determined.

It is understood that a diverse range of uses are being considered, including a sound recording studio, outdoor children’s play area, teenage gaming facilities and commercial cooking spaces.

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