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On board: Tenants of the former Masters Home Improvement centre on the sign fronting Mornington-Tyabb Road, Mornington. Picture: Yanni

Tenants sign up for old Masters’ site A COLES supermarket, Goodlife health club and a Supercheap Auto outlet are lead tenants in the revamped former Masters Home Improvement depot, Mornington. Home Consortium, the company developing the Mornington-Tyabb Road site, has circulated a leasing brochure showing a Woolworths supermarket fronting the site opposite Dunns Road. A 3700 square metre Coles supermarket, with nearby Liquorland outlet, is on page two of the brochure which describes the new site as a “daily needs and lifestyle centre”.

Drop in to learn about Rye foreshore projects Mornington Peninsula Shire is inviting residents to pop in to learn more about projects being undertaken in Rye, including the Rye Boat Ramp upgrade, Rye Foreshore improvement works and the Rye sand renourishment works. Rye Boat Ramp upgrade The upgrade, due to commence in August 2018, includes reconstruction of the three existing boat ramps and an additional ramp, a new jetty and realignment of the reversing lanes.

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Rye Foreshore improvement works Works include: wheelchair accessible boardwalk construction, development of paved plaza areas with lookout and seating, construction of raingardens to reduce stormwater runoff, removal of storm-water outfall to the east of the pier and decorative lighting. Rye sand renourishment works and groyne construction This project is being undertaken by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) to prevent excess sand being blown off the beach and into the foreshore reserve and playground.

The brochure shows the remaining vacancies are a 2109 square metre site, a 973 square metre site and two 500 square metre sites. Mornington Chamber of Commerce is said to be concerned that a clutch of small retail tenancies – at around 90 square metres – will fill the front of the building which was originally Masters’ customer service area. These shops – listed as Beans and Bites, sushi takeaway, Avy Hair and Nails and two as-yet-unlet sites – were not part of the original planning application approved by Mornington Peninsula Shire Council late last year.

You’re invited! Join us at Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Community Coastal Forum Mornington Peninsula Shire is holding a Community Coastal Forum for interested members of the community with a passion for the protection, future development and enhancement of our coastal areas.

strong interest and long-standing commitment to being leaders in coastal planning and management.

With more than 190 kilometres of coastline along Port Phillip and Western Port, the Shire has a

Craig will look at the future challenges for Councils in dealing with waste mitigation and reduction.

This is a free event however tickets are limited. Please RSVP to secure your seat by visiting: mornpen.vic.gov.au/coastalforum

Event details

Rye Hotel (Blue Waters room) 2415 Point Nepean Road, Rye

Alternatively, contact the Shire’s Coastal Planners Jeska Dee or Bridie Ryan: 5950 1966

For more information

For more information

Thursday 16 August, 4 – 6pm

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The chamber had originally been told the smallest tenancy would be 500 square metres – far bigger than the smaller shops being shown on the brochure. The chamber is concerned the shops will compete with those run by its members in Main Street, on the other side of Nepean Highway. The revamped centre is expected to open in February and not Christmas as originally planned. Home Consortium and leasing agents Colliers International were contacted for comment. Stephen Taylor

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Attendees can look forward to hearing from guest speakers, including ABC’s documentary ‘War On Waste’ host Craig Reucassel.

Saturday 8 September 9.30am – 2pm

Mornington Yacht Club Schnapper Point Drive, Mornington Light lunch will be provided Ticket cost: Free

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