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Aiming for a cleaner well-presented city   

April 27th, 2022 - Susan Saunders

The City of Melbourne (CoM) is asking people to report graffiti and waste by scanning the QR code on bins. This is an excellent idea but more needs to be done to help bring the city up to standard.

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Residents being heard …

March 23rd, 2022 - Susan Saunders

How a city grows, what kind of place it becomes and whether it is prosperous depends on a small group of decision-makers, each of whom have different agendas and mandates. How do residents fit into the process of shaping our city’s development?

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Integrating four-legged city dwellers into the CBD – where is the space?

February 24th, 2022 - CBD News

For the more than 3700 dogs registered with the City of Melbourne (COM) in February 2021, the lack of readily accessible, safe open spaces for city doggies to play, remains an unresolved issue.

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New to living in Melbourne’s CBD?

January 27th, 2022 - CBD News

You have come to live in the city recently expecting to engage in a vibrant, inner-city lifestyle only to find relatively quiet streets and lightly occupied venues, all due to the re-emergence of the pandemic.

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An end of year OCC health check-up

November 24th, 2021 - CBD News

It unfortunately doesn’t take many chats with other CBD owners before you realise the unique challenges of being on an owners’ corporation committee (OCC) in the city. A range of upcoming changes to the Owners Corporation Act 2006 (OC Act) have improved how OCCs will be able to operate. Yet what makes a good OCC isn’t just the law but the people in and around it. 

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