New Grafton Bridge community display centre now open
28 November 2016
The community display centre for the new Grafton bridge project is now open, Clarence MP Chris Gulaptis has announced.
Located at the corner of Duke and Pound Streets, Grafton, the centre will provide a central location for the community to obtain information about the project.
Mr Gulaptis said the centre would play an important role during major work on the new bridge.
“The new Grafton bridge project team is committed to having a consultative and collaborative approach with the Grafton community and the display centre will ensure they achieve that,” he said.
“The centre will house all publications relevant to the project as well as enabling the community to speak to the project team if they have any questions about the new bridge.
“As well as reports, fact sheets, photos and project updates, the display centre will house the Grafton bridge video portal.
“The portal is a digital platform which provides interactive videos, animations and images about the project,” Mr Gulaptis said.
‘It is a fantastic tool which helps people visualise what the new bridge will look like when completed.”
Residents are encouraged to attend the centre to view and provide feedback on the bridge’s urban design and landscape plan, on display from 28 November to 16 December.
The community display centre will be staffed until the end of the project. It will open from 9am to 5pm weekdays.
For more information on the project visit rms.nsw.gov.au/graftonbridge.
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