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Economic Development Strategy vision board

Looking forward 5-10 years, what is your vision for Hobsons Bay's local economy?

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5 December, 2022

Neale says:

To have connections between all suburbs especially Newport and Williamstown. The Champion road crossing needs to be maintained.

5 December, 2022

Chelsea says:

I would love to see more businesses happening within Altona Meadows, so that residents don’t have to seek further out into other suburbs.

30 November, 2022

Eva says:

Well maintained communal spaces, sporting facilities and parks. Flourishing local businesses, including shops, cafes & restaurants.

30 November, 2022

VickiM says:

Thriving local businesses, less retail chain shops & greater variety, vibrant festivals & events, less traffic.

25 November, 2022

Kylie says:

Parking time restrictions need to be removed to increase business

24 November, 2022

NA says:

Parking in Altona, for those working in business nowhere to park. Residential as well only one car park in new developments but 2 cars

22 November, 2022

NA says:

Parking in Altona, for those working in business nowhere to park. Residential as well only one car park in new developments but 2 cars

22 November, 2022

James says:

Less pizzza shops; more roads closed and activations; waterfront activation ; more hospitality areas

22 November, 2022

Rani says:

We need a lot more localised businesses instead of chains.

22 November, 2022

Jasareet says:

Want to see it progressing in a good way, growing economy supporting businesses and residents. Hobson bay has lots of places to explore!

20 November, 2022

Noel Landry says:

Dangerous chemical emitting industries that actually employ very few people are moved to less dense areas outside the city. Clean Green Safe

18 November, 2022

John says:

More traffic, more culturally diversity, more connected in terms of visitor attraction. Growing small businesses; uplifting these businesse


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