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La Trobe Bendigo students road-test game changing ideas for city centre | Bendigo Advertiser



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LA TROBE University students have unveiled plans to make your visits to Bendigo’s city centre even better once the pandemic is gone. Eleven students taking part in the university’s innovative CityStudio program have begun testing ideas with the public. All have been inspired by a city centre rebuilding during the coronavirus recovery, course coordinator Melissa Kennedy said. “We’re in this period of transition from more temporary outdoor dining options. There’s now this rush to make those sorts of ideas more permanent,” she said. In Lyttleton Terrace, a team of students have been prototyping pop-up seating for takeaway businesses after students noticed people with takeaway food had too few places to sit. In Bull…

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