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The Victorian Government has welcomed the National Trust's decision to classify the Camberwell railway station as historically significant.
The trust will recommend the station be given legal protection against development, in a bid to block a three storey building being built over the tracks.
Actors Geoffrey Rush and Barry Humphries have vehemently opposed the development.
Planning Minister Mary Delahunty says the local council is yet to present the plans for approval.
"They're looking at plans adjacent to the railway station, not the station itself," she said.
"Though I do understand that the working party is also looking at disability access at the station, but the plans that are being discussed I understand are very modest."
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