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The Manly Place plan working group met again last month and has one more meeting to go before the consultants provide their report and recommendations to Council.
The vision has been reviewed but so far these meetings have focussed on what Manly should look like in the future. Issues include whether or not to have outdoor dining in the Corso, activating laneways, locations for live entertainment, pop up venues, waste management, options for improving The Corso both at Manly Wharf and the ocean beachfront, and options for the former Town Hall, as well as information gathering from the local members who represent a variety of interests. So far the consultants seem enthusiastic about the input from the participants.
The final meeting will be in late April when the consultants will present the outcome of their Night-time Economy study and a summary of all the information they have gathered from us and various other sources, including past studies and council staff.