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Homelessness and Public Amenity

Homelessness and Public Amenity


The number of people falling victim to homelessness in the City of Melbourne has increased by 74% since 2014. The drastic increase has made homelessness more visible, which has spurred negative media coverage in the last few months.

The Administrative Law and Human Rights Section is deeply concerned by the impact the proposed amendment to the Activities (Public Amenity and Security) Local Law 2017 will have on Melbourne’s most vulnerable residents.

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Administrative Law and Human Rights Section

T: 9607 9384

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