Notice of 2021 Annual General Meeting

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The 2021 Annual General Meeting of the members of Residents 3000 Inc. will be held via Zoom at 6:00pm on Thursday 2nd September 2021. Please find attached the AGM notice, including this year’s President’s Report and the draft 2020 AGM minutes.

As in previous years, we will endeavour to keep formalities to a minimum prior to a presentation from Lord Mayor Sally Capp.  Sally will bring us up to date with how our city is coping with COVID-19 and inform us about the City of Melbourne’s progress on many other fronts.  Ample time will be allowed for questions. For your questions to be addressed please submit them by email by 5pm on Tuesday, 31 August 2021. Both questions and registrations need to be submitted by emailing Registrants will receive a Zoom link for the meeting. 

All are welcome to attend. Although only members will have voting rights for the AGM, you may wish to renew your membership or apply for one by visiting our membership page

We look forward to seeing you there for an evening of interesting discussion. 

Participate Melbourne – Greenline 

The City of Melbourne is taking the first step to deliver the Greenline initiative to transform the north bank along the Yarra River – Birrarung, with the commencement of community consultation on the Draft Greenline Implementation Plan.

The implementation plan sets out a bold and transformational vision for the revitalisation of the north bank of the river, guiding the prioritisation and development of five precincts covering four kilometres between Birrarung Marr and the Bolte Bridge.

Greenline will introduce:

Opportunities to acknowledge and celebrate Aboriginal culture and knowledge on and along the Yarra River Birrarung to foster an understanding of the precincts’ Aboriginal cultural values, telling stories of Melbourne’s histories while re-introducing diverse ecologies to the central city.

Improved connection between public spaces to support access and seamless movement of pedestrians and cyclists, providing opportunities for varied experiences with the Birrarung.

Enhancement and reimagining of the north bank’s heritage assets through adaptive reuse, supporting an invigorated, lively river front precinct.

Immersive experiences and creative landscapes to invite public participation, play, education, and wonder in the central city, transforming the north bank into a truly iconic Melbourne waterfront with a global reputation.

The Yarra River – Birrarung Strategy provides us with direction for the protection and enhancement of the river and surrounding environment, and is a key guiding document for the Greenline.

The City of Melbourne does not own or independently manage the waterways or banks of the Yarra River – Birrarung so the transformation of this area will be a collective responsibility of all Victorian Government partners and adjoining landowners.

Have your say

We want your feedback on the Draft Greenline Implementation Plan so that it can help inform the revitalisation of our beloved river’s edge.

Share feedback by completing the online survey below.

Consultation closes 5pm on Sunday 3 October.