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Former Moonee Ponds Market gets a Facelift
The site of the former Moonee Ponds Market in Hall Street will be transformed into a sealed and lit parking area following approvals received by Council.
Care Park has received a notice of a decision to grant a permit to redevelop the site pending its future redevelopment after closure of the former market.
Moonee Ponds residents and parkers will be able to enjoy an improved site which provides much needed parking in the area’s CBD for up to 300 motorists.
Care Park will install an all-weather surface at the old market site area in Hall Street and provide lighting for greater safety and security.
Moonee Valley Council has placed a number of conditions that Care Park needs to abide by to comply with the decision to grant a permit. In addition to installing an all-weather surface and lighting, the car park must only operate between 6.30am-7pm and noise levels must not exceed the permissible levels set by the Environment Protection Authority (EPA).
Care Park Managing Director, Robert Belteky, said Moonee Ponds residents and motorists will benefit by having a site that is managed and controlled and abides by Council’s bylaws and permit guidelines.
“It is an idle site awaiting redevelopment and can be put to good use for the community and motorists by being improved and providing a necessary car parking service.”
The permit issued is for a two year use of the site as a car park facility pending any new redevelopment.
Care Park will invest more than $100,000 to upgrade the site. “Care Park is committed to improving disused sites and proud to be able to provide motorists with much-needed services in their communities,” Mr Belteky said.
For more information contact:
Media and Public Relations Manager
Care Park Pty Ltd
Phone: 0412 261 870