City Beach Shedism?

I have an ominous feeling about my favourite beach City Beach. I hope Shedism isn’t coming to spoil this lovely spot. I haven’t looked for the artist impression in case there is corrugated iron, or worse, mini orb in play. It seems, whether Shedist or not to be too huge for this spot.

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I prefer the kiosk.

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11 Responses to City Beach Shedism?

  1. Dylan H. says:

    Seems larger than the surf lifesaving club it replaced:
    http://www.panoramio.com/photo/111882902

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  2. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    It ain’t small.

    Add it to the $19m netball centre, the basketball centre, the rugby headquarters, the new WAIS building and you can see why the government doesn’t have any money for transport infrastructure. And why Cambridge rates have virtually doubled in eight years.

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    • Sir Bill International says:

      Nurryesque “its all connected !” there RWLers. I expect this to actually earn money for the Cambridge Council. It has three tenancies and I quite like it.

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  3. Rolly says:

    Quel horreure !!

    The everlasting concept that only a built environment has any value, and that progress is measurable by the rate at which the natural environment is entombed.

    Human society has become like an aggressive cancer on the arse of planet: It knows how to live off the Earth, but not how to live with it.

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  4. you'll get wet says:

    The kiosk is MuzzBuzz genre, could be improved with green and purple paint and drive-in for dune buggies and 4×4

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