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This article shows what the building that will replace 10 Murray Street will look like and its positioning in close proximity to Parliament House.

The public can comment on the ‘Parliament Square’ development by  emailing info@waterfront.gov.au by 10 February.

The proposed demolition of 10 Murray Street is of relevance to anyone who is concerned about the building, not just Tasmanians – so anyone is entitled to comment.

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Text of advertisement in The Mercury from the Sullivans Cove Waterfront Authority, 23 January 2010:

RE-ADVERTISED:  APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT /
APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO CARRY OUT WORKS

Location: “Parliament Square” and the rear of Parliament House. Parliament Square being the land bound by Salamanca Place, Davey & Murray Streets and Parliament House, Hobart, which includes Parliament House, 10 Murray Street, 12 Murray Street, 34 Davey Street, 34 West Davey Street, 36 Davey Street and 2-4 & 6 Salamanca Place.  (Lots 1, 2 & 3 of Central Plan Register No. 8497)

Proposal: Demolition, new building and works, mixed use development comprising offices, arts & cultural centre, eating establishments and hotel (bar), civic square & car parking, building alterations & additions, road works and public urban space works & furniture (re-advertised).

This application is being re-advertised as additional information has been received by the Authority.

Representations on this application should be received by 4pm, Wednesday 10 February 2010.

The application can be inspected in person at the Authority’s offices at 5 Franklin Wharf, Hobart between 9am and 5pm weekdays and at other times by appointment.

Any person may make a representation in relation to an application by writing to Hadley Sides, Chief Executive Officer, GPO Box 2114, HOBART 7001. Representations may also be received by email at info@waterfront.tas.gov.au

A full list of applications currently available for inspection are on our website at www.waterfront.tas.gov.au.

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