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Montmorency Village Car Parking
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
Project by James Kelly
A portable, modular structure for pop up community performances and art installations. Primarily open to school aged children to assist with exposure and to build confidence. To be run between council and different community based organisations.
Eltham College Sports Pavilion
Project by Justin Littlefield
Wish to develop a sports pavilion to support girls and boys sport in the local community for a group of not for profit organisations as well as enable the expansion of an educational facility. This would be available seven days a week for children and adults during daytime and evening activities.
Sustainable Cups and Crockery @ BEPS
Project by Simon Le Nepveu
Brunswick East Primary School host many community events throughout the year and currently use a lot of disposable cups and crockery. This idea is to help the source fund and source sustainable and reusable cups and crockery, upgrade storage and washing up facilities at the school to support the implementation of the idea.
North Melbourne Toy Library
Project by Millicent Steele
A toy library, come toy swap, come pop-up interactive art space in North Melbourne for local families who are sick of their houses being clogged up with toys that their kids get sick of quickly. Families can visit the library, meet other families in their neighbourhood and have a cup of coffee.