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WORKS SET TO BEGIN TO REVITALISE YOUNG STREET

Seymour Whyte will complete the $13 million Young Street Improvement project

The Frankston Feature: Budget Edition

The Frankston Feature: Budget Edition

Latest Young Street plans revealed

Here is the latest plan for the $13 million Young St, Frankston redevelopment which will be turned into reality within months. This plan has been a work in progress and includes the themes and aspirations that were most popular during the consultation period. Some of those suggestions were fantastic and proved that asking our community is the best way! Our State Government team and the Frankston City Council team have been working together to ensure the best possible finish. This is only one facet of what our awesome governance team are working on to redefine Frankston- thanks to Maria Peters, CEO Chisholm Institute, Sue Williams, CEO Peninsula Health, Gabe North, Centre Manager Bayside Shopping Centre Vicinity Centres, Glenn Weir OIC Frankston Police Station, Kevin Hutchings, Managing Director South East Water and Professor Leon. Peterman, Pro Vice Chancellor Monash University. Things to look out for on the plans include: the scramble crossings, the city park green area and event space, roundabout removal, changes to bus bays and widened footpaths for better flow and trade. Note that this is the latest version, close to final, but we still have work to do. View a high quality PDF below: Young Street Plans.

Latest Young Street plans revealed

Here is the latest plan for the $13 million Young St, Frankston redevelopment which will be turned into reality within months. This plan has been a work in progress and includes the themes and aspirations that were most popular during the consultation period. Some of those suggestions were fantastic and proved that asking our community is the best way! Our State Government team and the Frankston City Council team have been working together to ensure the best possible finish. This is only one facet of what our awesome governance team are working on to redefine Frankston- thanks to Maria Peters, CEO Chisholm Institute, Sue Williams, CEO Peninsula Health, Gabe North, Centre Manager Bayside Shopping Centre Vicinity Centres, Glenn Weir OIC Frankston Police Station, Kevin Hutchings, Managing Director South East Water and Professor Leon. Peterman, Pro Vice Chancellor Monash University. Things to look out for on the plans include: the scramble crossings, the city park green area and event space, roundabout removal, changes to bus bays and widened footpaths for better flow and trade. Note that this is the latest version, close to final, but we still have work to do. View a high quality PDF below: Young Street Plans.

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Paul speaks in Parliament about Domestic Violence.

Campaigns

Frankston Station Community Consultation

The Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment is going to transform our city. We want your input on how we can best deliver a safer, more modern place of business and leisure. What's happening? The Andrews Labor government has secured $63 million to upgrade this precinct and make it the gateway to the Peninsula we all deserve. To do this, we've set up a Taskforce - headed by myself, Paul Edbrooke - to create a report and master plan which will be considered by the Minister for Public Transport and Employment. The Taskforce is now seeking community feedback and there are a variety of ways that you can get involved. Get involved by: completing the online survey emailing feedback to frankston.station@ecodev.vic.gov.au coming to the following project drop-in session at Date: Saturday 27 June, 2015, Time: 10am to 1pm Location: Frankston Library – Long Room 60 Playne Street Feedback can be submitted until Friday 3 July 2015. Be sure to check out the following information before making your submission so you can get an idea of where we are at so far: Precinct Redevelopment Info Brochure Precinct Redevelopment Fact Sheet Precinct Redevelopment Media Release

Frankston Station Community Consultation

The Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment is going to transform our city. We want your input on how we can best deliver a safer, more modern place of business and leisure. What's happening? The Andrews Labor government has secured $63 million to upgrade this precinct and make it the gateway to the Peninsula we all deserve. To do this, we've set up a Taskforce - headed by myself, Paul Edbrooke - to create a report and master plan which will be considered by the Minister for Public Transport and Employment. The Taskforce is now seeking community feedback and there are a variety of ways that you can get involved. Get involved by: completing the online survey emailing feedback to frankston.station@ecodev.vic.gov.au coming to the following project drop-in session at Date: Saturday 27 June, 2015, Time: 10am to 1pm Location: Frankston Library – Long Room 60 Playne Street Feedback can be submitted until Friday 3 July 2015. Be sure to check out the following information before making your submission so you can get an idea of where we are at so far: Precinct Redevelopment Info Brochure Precinct Redevelopment Fact Sheet Precinct Redevelopment Media Release

Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment

Paul is spearheading the upgrade to the Frankston station by establishing the Frankston Station Precinct Taskforce, an assembly of local representatives,