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Hey Youth! Create your space!
Melbourne, Victoria
Project by Hilde Holm
Finding derelict buildings through collaboration with local council and utilising this space to give back to the local youth between the ages of 14-18. The youth will be part of all decisions made about the activities performed in the building, the design of the space and the actual building of the interiors. This will provide ownership to the facility and a different connection to the space. It will also provide the opportunity for the kids to connect with the local community and trades to help execute the project from idea to completion.
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Upcycle Furniture Boutique
Melbourne, Victoria
Project by James Kelly
To solve the issue of hard rubbish collection within the community. Provide collection for resident hard rubbish to resell through a boutique style shop front. Like the recycle boutique for clothing... Selling of goods and furniture pays for the collection of goods from resident households.
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Yarraville community pavillion
Hobsons Bay, Victoria
Project by Jordan Curran
Community pavilion yarraville pavilion. A place for the community to celebrate arts, dance, culture, diversity and the area. The shipping ris Mimi scent of the history of the area. There is an existing concrete slab that is used as the performance space for Christmas carols, school performances, music shows but is not suitable for the community.
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Rent a Ball
Darebin, Victoria
Project by Leigh Douglas
Rent a Ball - Library for balls located at local sports grounds and parks for public use. Involve the local community who can’t afford balls etc. This could be sponsored by sporting stores such as REBEL sports etc. Represented like a vending machine with a return spot at the rear where you get your deposit back when it’s returned.
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Montrose community cafe
Knox, Victoria
Project by Emma Frazer
To creat a community hub for Montrose, starting with a community cafe that encompasses local schools, aged care, local produce growers, retail, kindergartens. The cafe will support the community by offering yoga classes, community gardens, local market place, local guild and craft groups as well as exhibits of local arts
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Pet Society Meet Up - Phase 1: Rabbits!
Banyule, Victoria
Project by Ben Poh
OVERVIEW A project to connect like-minded pet lovers, who want a platform to connect. People will be able to find others who would like to organize pet gatherings, meet up, do outings together. PHASE 1 As a starting point, I will host a pet meetup day for rabbits and their owners (such as myself). This gives an opportunity for owners who are looking to travel out of town during the holiday season to look for local experienced bunny sitters to care for their furry friend.
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Compost for Life
Melbourne, Victoria
Project by James Kelly
Inner city composting solution for high density living where residents can re-use compost for gardening. Assists with removing burden of household waste within community. Could be linked with waste transfer systems or could be a separate bin.
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Public toilet at the park
Casey, Victoria
Project by Aida Berdin
PUBLIC toilets at the park for every one to use. At the moment they are non existent. So people don't go to the park as often as they could and if they do they don't stay for too long because they would need to have to go back home to use the facility.
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Montmorency Village Car Parking
Banyule, Victoria
Project by Les Clarke
Montmorency has a severe lack of car parking spaces adjacent to the village shopping centre This is exacerbated by the overflow of commuter parking in the centre and surrounding residential streets There are a number of possibilities to provide more spaces Privately owned existing undeveloped car park behind the newsagent could be developed as two levels not requiring ramps due to the level change Existing railway commuter car park could be similarly developed with two levels Construction in both cases could be economic steel with concrete platform In each case the upper level would not intrude to a high level The existing Council car park on the east side could be extended by acquiring unused and ugly rear portions of shop sites 100 to 200 additional spaces could be provided retaining the village feel of the centre and attracting further use of the updated railway system