The City of Melbourne is working in partnership with the Victorian Government on the planning, design and delivery of urban renewal in Fishermans Bend. This includes the Employment Precinct, which will be home to 40,000 workers and the Victorian Government owned former GMH (General Motors Holden) Site, which will be a catalyst for the area’s transformation into a centre for innovation in advanced manufacturing, engineering and design.
As part of the $2.7b Building Works package announced by the Victorian Government in May 2020, the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (DJPR) has partnered with the City of Melbourne to deliver early works on Turner Street in a project called “Gateway to GMH”.
Gateway to GMH will be the first step in Turner Street’s transformation into a key multi-modal movement corridor from the former GMH site through to the City and other innovation precincts.
The project will be used as an opportunity to showcase innovation, from the materials used in the construction of the bike path to the trial of different species of plants. This project is a trial project for the future Employment Precinct, and is a unique opportunity to do things a little differently and honour the legacy of innovation and creativity in Fishermans Bend.
Have your say
We want to hear your feedback on how we can improve the feel and function of Turner Street for people walking and riding through the area.
Complete the online survey below by 5pm on 5 October.
Timeline item 1 - complete
Timeline item 2 - complete
Project development for bike path, greening and public art
Timeline item 3 - active
13 September to 5 October 2021
Timeline item 4 - incomplete
Share community feedback, finalise design, documentation and authority approvals
October to December 2021
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Construction (dates to be confirmed)