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Waterfront Park begins to take shape

With only about a year to go before its expected opening, construction work on the Waterfront Parkland project is continuing on several fronts. Initial works …

Hotel News

Work to begin on Waterfront Hotel

The Devonport City Council has welcomed the announcement by local developer Fairbrother that work will begin this week on its $40 million Waterfront Hotel. Fairbrother …

Hotel News

Hotel Development Application is Approved

The Devonport City Council has approved a revised plan for a hotel to be built on a waterfront site in Best Street. Local developer Fairbrother …

Hotel Site News

New Development Application for Waterfront hotel

The Devonport City Council has confirmed it has received a new Development Application for the Waterfront hotel, a private development being undertaken Fairbrother Pty Ltd. …

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Work begins on Waterfront Park

Work has begun  on Devonport’s long-awaited $17 million Waterfront Park, part of the LIVING CITY development. Contractors this week began the installation of stormwater pipes …

Architect: Lyons Architects
Photograph: Peter Bennetts News

paranaple centre marks its first anniversary

The Devonport City Council is celebrating the one-year anniversary of the public opening of the paranaple centre this week. The Mayor, Cr Annette Rockliff, said …

A mature tree which will remain as part of the development News

Mature trees in Roundhouse Park to remain

Following an arborist’s inspection most of the mature trees in Roundhouse Park will be retained as part of the Waterfront Park project, including the historic …

Mandylights Display News

Consultant Appointed to Consider Sound and Light Show Options

Council will engage consulting firm Mandylights to investigate opportunities to incorporate a light show into the LIVING CITY Waterfront Precinct. The Hill PDA report into …

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Best Street PAYL Car Park to close

Published on 16 January 2019 Devonport City Council’s Best Street Pay-As-You-Leave (PAYL) Car Park will be closed from Monday 28 January 2019, to allow work …