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Geelong Council is seeking public input into the draft Conservation Management Plan for Geelong's City Hall.

The Conservation Management Plan clarifies what is significant about the City Hall for consideration in the future management of this landmark building.

As the development of Council's new Civic Accommodation facility progresses over the next 2 years, options for the future use of City Hall will be explored by Council. The Conservation Management Plan will guide what changes can be made to the building without having a detrimental effect on the architectural and historical values which make it of heritage significance, whilst allowing for appropriate alterations or additions to accommodate sustainable and exciting new uses.

Your input is sought into the accuracy of the descriptive content, clarity and robustness of the management policies within the plan to ensure the heritage values of City Hall will be conserved for future generations.

Whilst the Plan has adopted the name used in the Victorian Heritage Register entry for this place - Geelong 'Town Hall' - this does not effect the management or importance of the 'City Hall' to our community.

Have your say by filling out the form below or via email to [email protected] or by writing to David Scott, City of Greater Geelong, PO Box 104 Geelong VIC 3220. Submissions close Friday 17 July 2020.



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