The Macquarie Point Development Corporation continues to accept applications from mobile food vendors to be licensed to operate at Red Square. Red Square is a community space for all, serving as a venue for a variety of uses over the next couple of years while plans for development of the Macquarie Point site are progressed. […]Read more
The development of the Macquarie Point site is a long-term project that will not be fully realised for ten years or more. As activities progress we will share new developments and updated information with you. This is one of the pages you can visit to find updated information and news. Please contact us if you can’t find what you’re looking for.
The corporation is pleased to advise that the Antarctic Request for Proposals (RFP) stage has now commenced, with submissions from participants due in late November 2016. The Antarctic RFP includes the precincts immediately adjacent to the working port and will add enormous value to Hobart’s reputation as an international gateway to Antarctica and the Southern […]Read more
Work towards the multi-million dollar Macquarie Point vision took an important step forward recently, with successful participants in the Expression of Interest (EOI) process having now been invited to participate in the more intensive Request for Proposal (RFP) stage. you can read the full media release here.Read more
The Macquarie Point Development Corporation is pleased to be hosting Eden co-founder, Sir Tim Smit, as positive talks between the corporation and the Eden Trust continue. The Eden Project in Cornwall is one of the United Kingdom’s most prominent visitor attractions and Eden Hobart presents a great opportunity for Macquarie Point and the state more […]Read more
A public notice will run in The Mercury newspaper on Saturday, 11 June 2016 calling for expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced civil and remediation Contractors to undertake remediation works at the Macquarie Point site. This will form the first stage in a multi-staged procurement process and responses will be used to develop […]Read more
A public notice will run in The Mercury newspaper on Saturday, 11 June 2016 calling for tenders from suitably qualified and experienced contractors to demolish the Cold Store Building on the corner of Evans and Davey Streets. The demolition will comprise removal of the building down to concrete slab level, removing all demolished items from […]Read more
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs Penny Morris, AM and Mr Greg Woolley to the Macquarie Point Development Corporation Board. Mrs Morris is the chair of the corporation’s evaluation panel for its competitive bid process, and was formerly a senior executive with Lend Lease. She has worked in the property and construction […]Read more