Launceston council's Creative Precinct development caught up in legal battle

Nick Clark
Updated July 30 2021 - 10:45am, first published July 29 2021 - 6:57am
VISION: An artist's impression of the Launceston Creative Precinct. Picture: Supplied
VISION: An artist's impression of the Launceston Creative Precinct. Picture: Supplied

The proposed $90 million Creative Precinct development in Launceston is under a cloud as a legal battle over the sale of the Paterson Street Central car park drags on.

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Nick Clark

Nick Clark

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I am the Supreme and Magistrates Court reporter for The Examiner. My journalism career has clicked over 34 years and encompasses four different spells at Tasmanian newspapers.

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