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Seafarers Park consultation

05 Dec 2018

The City of Melbourne is engaging in initial consultation about what the public wants to see at a reconstructed Seafarers Park.

The park, between the Mission to Seafarers in Flinders St and the Yarra River has been neglected while adjacent Shed 5 has awaited redevelopment.

Developer Riverlee is working with the council and the state government to revitalise the public space. Riverlee is building a 17-level, mixed-use building above the shed and is also restoring the neighbouring heritage-protected crane.

The council’s “Participate” website outlines a timeline for park development:

  • Stage 1 community consultation: November 19 to December 14, 2018; 
  • Park design brief presented to council: March, 2019;
  • Stage 2 community consultation: April – May, 2019;
  • Design development: February – July, 2019
  • Neighbouring development construction commences: June, 2019; and
  • Park construction commences: July, 2020.
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