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Member survey for new LIV building

Member survey for new LIV building

By LIV

A New Home 

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As the Law Institute of Victoria prepares to sell its 470 Bourke Street building, we are seeking feedback from our members to determine the future accommodation requirements needed in our new home in Melbourne’s legal precinct.

This short survey assesses the type of work spaces required to support the environment within the meeting areas, library, bookshop and learning areas. Your input into this process will greatly assist in ensuring an accurate assessment of future accommodation needs, and in the development of an improved workplace environment which will better support you in our new workplace.

Please complete the survey by Friday 23 March. We will provide the results to our architect Gray Puksand. We will also provide the results to LIV staff as part of the discussion around what our people require in the new office.

Take the survey now


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