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Harbour Esplanade

29 Oct 2019

City of Melbourne CEO Justin Hanney has given hope to a release of the long-awaited Harbour Esplanade Masterplan by year’s end.

Speaking at the annual general meeting (AGM) of the Melbourne Maritime Heritage Network (MMHA) on October 23, Mr Hanney said that the state government’s plans would be released “probably in November.”

“We’re in regular discussion with state government and keep a keen interest in the contents and update of the Harbour Esplanade Masterplan, which is set to be released, probably in November,” Mr Hanney said.

A joint project between Development Victoria and the City of Melbourne, the release of the Harbour Esplanade Masterplan has been delayed for many years and is now tied in with the AFL’s plans to redevelop Marvel Stadium.

A spokesperson for Development Victoria told Docklands News that it was unable to provide an official date for when the plans would be publicly released.

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