CBRM seeking proposals for development of waterfront land

CBRM seeking proposals for development of waterfront land
CBRM seeking proposals for development of waterfront land
The municipality owns four acres of prime real estate on the Sydney waterfront, including the area between the marina and the Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion. The CBRM is now accepting expressions of interest that it will review before proceeding with future development of the land. The developers behind the best proposals will be asked to provide more detailed plans in the second phase of the processNo paving, no problem hopes CBRM “There’s not even pavement; it’s pebblestone, holes and gravel,” she said. “The people that live here are very disgusted, and they’ve waited, and they’ve been told we are on the list. I heard that when we bought the house here and we never seem to get to the first of the list.”0 Likes0 CommentsSubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:

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