Victoria Police has unveiled its new headquarters in the Melbourne CBD, purpose built to protect officers from the threat of terrorism and bikie violence.
Victoria's biggest police station has opened in the CBD. The station sits within a 12-storey complex that will also house another 1000 staff in coming weeks. It opened at 3pm on Tuesday. The response zone for the new station will cover the Docklands and the western end of the CBD, including Queen Victorian Market.
Global funds giant Invesco has taken a half stake, worth about $115 million, in the new police complex on Melbourne’s Docklands being developed by Cbus Property.
Global funds giant Invesco is the leading bidder to take a half stake in the new police super complex Cbus Property is developing in Melbourne’s Docklands precinct in a deal worth about $120 million.
Super fund developer Cbus Property is moving to offer the market a half stake in its $250 million new Docklands police super complex in Melbourne.
Architectural firm Woods Bagot has unveiled designs for a A$230m $235m) Victoria police complex to be built on Spencer Street in Docklands, Melbourne, Australia.
Work will start next year on a $230 million Victorian police complex, the state government said yesterday. Revealed earlier this year in The Australian Financial Review, the project is being developed at the old mail centre on Spencer Street, at the edge of the Docklands precinct
Police and the Bailieu Government expect a $230 million super cop shop will clean up the notorious King St night-clup strip.
A new $230 million Victoria Police complex will be built in Melbourne's CBD, it has been revealed today.
Victoria Police will move out of its St Kilda Rd headquarters by 2015 into a new super complex at the former Australia Post mail centre in Spencer St.