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Community invited to have a say on Kingston Butter Factory cultural precinct plans

The community can now provide feedback on the proposed new vision for the Kingston Butter Factory (KBF) building.

Council proposes to use the historic building as a cultural heritage and performing arts hub.

The plan is based on past community engagement around arts and culture in Logan. It also fits in with other facilities planned for the city.

Plans for the building include theatre facilities, function spaces and meeting rooms.

A Living Museum of Logan to celebrate locals, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, is also proposed.

Council wants to check to ensure these plans still reflect community sentiment.

People can provide feedback on the proposal until 11.45pm on Sunday, November 24.

The KBF Cultural Precinct will also feature Logan’s largest outdoor event space.

It will host performances, festivals, markets and large-scale community events. It will cater for up to 5000 people.

Construction will begin in 2020. Early site works have already started.

The precinct will open in December 2020, weather permitting.

To provide feedback on the proposal, visit: //haveyoursaylogan.com.au

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