Heritage Committee speaks against Melb City Council plans

In a busy month for the RHSV Heritage Committee they have continued the campaign to save the cultural heritage of the Queen Victoria Market and, at a public meeting on 19 November, the committee chair, Charles Sowerwine, spoke out against City of Melbourne Council plans for the market. On the 1st of November a submission was made re Market Square and on 16 October a submission was made on the proposed discontinuance of part of Franklin Street and part of Queen Street, Melbourne. The speech and submissions can be reached here on the Heritage Committee Current Projects page.