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Pier parking request refused

03 Feb 2010

VicUrban has refused a request from Central Pier management for permission to use the end of the pier for car parking.

Central Pier Docklands had applied for a licence to allow parking on the public space west of Shed 9.

VicUrban said it knocked back the application so the area would be kept available for public events and activities.

VicUrban said it considered there was already enough on-street and undercover parking available in the immediate vicinity, including the 2500 spaces beneath Etihad Stadium.

Central Pier has been leased until 2015.  The agreement allows Central Pier Docklands to charge fees for parking between Sheds 9 and 14.

Central Pier management chose not to comment on the decision to the Docklands News.

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