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Question on Notice: Bangs Street redevelopment:

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Sam Hibbins MP
Member for Prahran
16 June 2020

QUESTION ON NOTICE — Mr Hibbins to ask the Minister for Housing — 

 

In regards to the Bangs Street, Prahran, redevelopment:

 

(1) When will the plans be released for local residents and members of the public to view and consider.

 

(2) When will construction begin.

 

(3) Can the Minister provide assurances that the mature trees on the perimeter of the site will be protected.

 

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Sam Hibbins MP
Member for Prahran
16 June 2020
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