Evolving Port

Port Melbourne and Fishermans Bend change. Houses are changed or demolished and new forms of housing take their place. Port Houses records some of these changes.

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

26 Stokes St, Port Melbourne

Planning application 1225/2015 was lodged with the City of Port Phillip on 16 11 2015 for the demolition of the dwelling to construct a new four storey dwelling with basement car park and roof deck.

Friday, February 5, 2016

46 Lyons St, Port Melbourne

30 May 2016

A new house on the site of the former garage/workshop. 

46 Lyons St, 2017

13 September 2013

Next door to this house, just to the right, was a garage. Before the house was offered for sale, the former owner's family held a garage sale. Her father had worked on the Railways, his daughter told me. His meticulous collection of tools was laid in front of our hungry garage sale eyes. I bought a few terracotta pots that I've planted up. 

I like taking a bit of Port with me from one place to another.
46 Lyons St, 2013

Thursday, February 4, 2016

262 Esplanade East, Port Melbourne

2016

Hard to believe it's the same house.


2015

The side wall revealed briefly, and now gone.

Permit 884/2013 was issued by the City of Port Phillip on 24 June 2014. 

31 01 2015

in between - April 2015


2013 - a bicycle appears in this transition phase

image: house.ksou.cn


sold on 29 April 2013

The house was sold by Frank Gordon. At the time of sale, the adjacent property was a vacant block.

Graham St, Port Melbourne

3 October 2015