Greville and King Streets

Come and help celebrate Greville Street’s new and improved streetscape

Prahran’s iconic Greville Street has undergone a significant upgrade and the City of Stonnington is inviting local residents, traders and visitors alike to come and help celebrate.

The City of Stonnington Mayor, Cr Steve Stefanopoulos said the newly constructed public space along Greville Street will further boost its reputation as one of the best shopping precincts in Melbourne.

“The new public space on Greville Street includes a cobblestone shared zone, wide bluestone footpaths, more greenery and more space for the local community and visitors to enjoy,” Mayor Stefanopoulos said.

“Greville Street’s popularity has survived various trends and economic changes and the current upgrade will ensure its popularity for on-street trading and dining grow.

“The City of Stonnington would like to thank traders and residents for their patience during the construction program and we invite you to celebrate and enjoy the new space.”

“Greville Street is a unique destination within Stonnington thanks to its historic and artistic past and we want to make sure it continues to be a great hub for creatives, professionals, artists, small boutique businesses and locals,” Mayor Stefanopoulos said.

The Greville Street celebration will include free local food, refreshments, live music and roving entertainment.

Greville Street Celebration
When:
Saturday 16 December 2017, 11am – 3pm
Where: Greville Street, Prahran

The next stage of this revitalisation project includes a new Porter Street/Prahran Railway Station shared zone and catenary light structure over the entrance to Grattan Gardens, which are scheduled to be built in 2018, after the busy holiday trading period. The designs for King Street are being finalised.

Come and help celebrate Greville Street’s new and improved streetscape

Prahran’s iconic Greville Street has undergone a significant upgrade and the City of Stonnington is inviting local residents, traders and visitors alike to come and help celebrate.

The City of Stonnington Mayor, Cr Steve Stefanopoulos said the newly constructed public space along Greville Street will further boost its reputation as one of the best shopping precincts in Melbourne.

“The new public space on Greville Street includes a cobblestone shared zone, wide bluestone footpaths, more greenery and more space for the local community and visitors to enjoy,” Mayor Stefanopoulos said.

“Greville Street’s popularity has survived various trends and economic changes and the current upgrade will ensure its popularity for on-street trading and dining grow.

“The City of Stonnington would like to thank traders and residents for their patience during the construction program and we invite you to celebrate and enjoy the new space.”

“Greville Street is a unique destination within Stonnington thanks to its historic and artistic past and we want to make sure it continues to be a great hub for creatives, professionals, artists, small boutique businesses and locals,” Mayor Stefanopoulos said.

The Greville Street celebration will include free local food, refreshments, live music and roving entertainment.

Greville Street Celebration
When:
Saturday 16 December 2017, 11am – 3pm
Where: Greville Street, Prahran

The next stage of this revitalisation project includes a new Porter Street/Prahran Railway Station shared zone and catenary light structure over the entrance to Grattan Gardens, which are scheduled to be built in 2018, after the busy holiday trading period. The designs for King Street are being finalised.

  • Changes to Traffic Map

    over 1 year ago
    Changes to traffic map june

    Stage Two of construction is underway and a three month period of temporary traffic changes will be in place. The map shows the changes to traffic flow. Kerb extension areas will be in place for on street trade. Greville Street will be open to a one way flow of traffic.





    Stage Two of construction is underway and a three month period of temporary traffic changes will be in place. The map shows the changes to traffic flow. Kerb extension areas will be in place for on street trade. Greville Street will be open to a one way flow of traffic.





  • Application for a Local Law permit

    over 1 year ago

    This permit is required for traders to conduct footpath or roadway trading activities during the trial closure of Greville/King Street in Prahran between 1 June 2016 and 31 August 2016.




    This permit is required for traders to conduct footpath or roadway trading activities during the trial closure of Greville/King Street in Prahran between 1 June 2016 and 31 August 2016.