This is your chance to be heard….
City of Port Phillip is running a youth consultation. From September to November we want young people aged 8 to 25 who live, work, study, play sport or hang out in in the City of Port Phillip to tell us:
What is important to you?
What you like about the City of Port Phillip? and
What we need in the City of Port Phillip to make it better for young people?
Tell us what’s in your top 3 at www.yourtopthree.com.au
By completing this survey you will have a voice in the Port Phillip Council’s next youth strategy. This five year commitment will reflect and work to address the wants and needs of all young people.
You could win yourself a $200 gift voucher to Rebel Sports, Coles/Myer or JB Hi-Fi. You could also win a $500 gift voucher for your school, club or community group.
For more info or to view our privacy statement and prize draw terms & conditions go to www.yourtopthree.com.au
This new social enterprise provides Bike training services and bike recycling for the local community.
newly relocated to 525 Williamstown Road, next to North Port Oval. Checkout their website and give them a visit. They can show you how to repair and maintain your bike.
The winners of the inaugural Melbourne Market Awards have been announced, following public votes across Melbourne, South Melbourne Market, Queen Victoria, Prahran and Dandenong Markets through August.
After almost 7000 votes were tallied, the results are:….
The ‘Favourites’ are now in the running to be crowned ‘Melbourne’s Best Traders’ in their respective categories. They are being secretly judged by an expert panel of judges including Russell Zimmerman (Australian Retailers Association), Nicky Riemer (Union Dining) and Hilary McNevin (Food Journalist).
The winners will be announced at an exclusive award ceremony at Feddish in Federation Square on Sunday 8 September.
The Melbourne Market Awards kick off Market Week celebrations, which ran from 7 – 15 September with a series of events across each of the Markets of Melbourne.
Draft Bay St Structure Plan and Amendment C103
Have your say on the future of Bay Street by commenting on the draft Structure Plan for the Bay Street Major Activity Centre and Planning Scheme Amendment C103.
Visit the Draft Bay Street Structure Plan & amendment page to complete the online submission form.
Submissions close on Monday 7 October 2013.