10/102 Henkel Street, Brunswick VIC 3056

Use of the land for a Cinema and Industry (commercial kitchen), sale and consumption of liquor, and reduction in the standard car parking requirements.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 3 months ago. It was received by them 3 months earlier.

(Source: Moreland City Council, reference MPS/2022/17)

9 Comments

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  1. Sylvie Leber commented

    I think it would be great to have a cinema in this location especially as it is not next to housing and in a semi-industrial area.

  2. Sylvie Leber commented

    I think it would be great to have a cinema in this location especially as it is not next to housing and in a semi-industrial area

  3. Colette commented

    Can’t wait for this to go ahead! This area has so much potential. We need more spaces like this! Sounds amazing.

  4. Martin Cooke commented

    Amazing idea to have a cinema!!

  5. Merryn Browne-Adebayo commented

    This would be an amazing development! Cinema can bridge the gap between individuals and communities through story telling, and a small local independent cinema would be an assest to the area.

  6. leisha browne commented

    great way to utilise a location like this. good idea!

  7. Theadora lamaro commented

    What a wonderful addition to the area! Can’t wait to catch a movie

  8. Sryan commented

    Great idea! Will be a positive contribution to the area and look forward to seeing this progress.

    The area could use more independent cinema's and less 11 storey apartments overshadowing the park...

  9. Sally Gray commented

    Brilliant idea, pity the last cinema proposal feel through.

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