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see more Parliament Square bill passed

Parliament Square Hobart
Parliament Square – original proposal (FJMT + Citta)

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20.11.12 in heritage planning

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see more open website in same window 10 Murray crunch time

Here’s a link to ABC 730 Tasmania’s video coverage last Friday of the 10 Murray St debate in Hobart – all coming to a head in the supreme court today and tomorrow.

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19.05.11 in buildings heritage

Architect / protaganist: State Offices (Hobart)

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see more open website in same window 10 Murray goes supreme?

10 Murray Street

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08.03.11 in heritage 

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see more 10 Murray appeal rejected

The appeal by the Save 10 Murray group against Hobart’s Parliament Square redevelopment has been rejected by the Resources Management and Planning Appeals Tribunal.

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16.02.11 in heritage 

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see more Parliament Square - a year of it

Hobart Parliament Square

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04.01.11 in urban-design heritage

see more 10 Murray St vs the square

10 Murray
PHOTO: WIKI IAN

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18.10.09 in heritage 

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see more open website in same window Another Brut to bite dust

10 Murray Street in Hobart, labelled an “eyesore” in today’s Hobart Mercury , is to tumble to make way for a new development.

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28.08.09 in buildings heritage

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see more open website in same window Wind turbines not passed

Robert Rockefeller’s plans to mount giant wind turbines to catch the Southerly blusters from his Hobart buildings have been furled in by the council on heritage grounds. The debate was “heated”, possibly by a coal-fired power station.

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28.07.09 in sustainability heritage

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