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Changes have been unveiled for a prominent building in a creative and culturally active town known as the ‘heart of the hinterland’.

Improvements will be made to the ground floor of the Eddie De Vere building in Nambour to create an accessible meeting and activity space for our community.

Division 10 Councillor David Law said the interim changes marked the start of a comprehensive redevelopment.

“Options are still being considered to transform the Nambour administration building and the existing library from a corporate office space to an integrated community library-focused building with workspaces,” Cr Law said.

“This represents our commitment to creating a more community-focused space within the Nambour administration building precinct.

“We're excited to make these changes contributing to a vibrant and welcoming hub for our community.”

Key interim changes on the ground floor of the building include:

  • a dedicated area within the foyer designed to foster a welcoming and inviting environment for the community.
  • bookable activity space to serve as a multi-purpose area for community activities.

Construction work for these temporary changes is expected to start in July.

You can find out more information on Council’s website. Visit sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au and search “Nambour Centre Activation Project.

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