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Keeping Prahran Liveable Community Presentation

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Sam Hibbins MP
Member for Prahran
21 July 2015

On Tuesday 21 July, I invited the community to come along to a research presentation on Keeping Prahran Liveable.

Each year the Victorian Parliament runs a program for exceptional political science and public policy final year university students. As part of this year's program researcher Emily Perkins, produced a report into the liveability of Prahran in the face of population growth.

At the event Emily will presented her findings, with a specific focus on open space and public transport in the Prahran electorate.

You can read her full report here.

 

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Sam Hibbins MP
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21 July 2015
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