Planning documents reveal indicative uses for the mixed-use space could include offices, tertiary education, medical uses, a school and an entertainment precinct which would potentially feature bars, cafes, restaurants and more.
“The planning proposal provides an emphasis on reorienting Liverpool to the Georges River foreshore and providing new open space, facilities and connections adjoining the Liverpool CBD”
A draft planning proposal report suggests the plans would generate about $27.8 billion in economic activity based on a construction cost of $8.72 billion.
The proposal also has the potential to create about 23,000 new jobs, according to an economic assessment report.
Article originally published in the Liverpool Leader, September 5 2020.
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