The RICH (Re-Imagining City Hall) Hobart Project

Recent City Hall floorboard replacement work. Image: Sandra Soccol.

Thanks to everyone for sharing their memories of City Hall and ideas for its future in Stage 1 of community engagement. The feedback received confirms that there is great affection for the Hobart City Hall and no shortage of demand for public spaces such as this.

After reviewing all the feedback, the consultant team has developed three future possible options for the City Hall, with a suggested staged approach to these.

To learn more about these future possibilities, the community is invited to two listening post events at the City Hall, 57-63 Macquarie Street on:

• 10 December: 12 pm – 1.30 pm

• 11 December: 4.30 pm – 6 pm

The three future options will also be available on this page late next week and there will be a short survey to provide your feedback.

Recent City Hall floorboard replacement work. Image: Sandra Soccol.

Thanks to everyone for sharing their memories of City Hall and ideas for its future in Stage 1 of community engagement. The feedback received confirms that there is great affection for the Hobart City Hall and no shortage of demand for public spaces such as this.

After reviewing all the feedback, the consultant team has developed three future possible options for the City Hall, with a suggested staged approach to these.

To learn more about these future possibilities, the community is invited to two listening post events at the City Hall, 57-63 Macquarie Street on:

• 10 December: 12 pm – 1.30 pm

• 11 December: 4.30 pm – 6 pm

The three future options will also be available on this page late next week and there will be a short survey to provide your feedback.