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A controversial development at the Camberwell Railway Station in Melbourne could go ahead, after the Heritage Council decided not to list the site on Victoria's heritage register.
The council said the station did not have statewide significance, but it recommended it be included in a heritage overlay under Boroondara council's planning scheme.
The proposed large scale redevelopment of the site has been backed by the State Government, but opposed by some local residents.
Mary Drost from the Boroondara Residents Action Group says the Heritage Council's decision is a travesty.
"You know, do you just protect one thing and just knock out all the others? Why is Auburn protected, Glenferrie protected, not Camberwell? It just doesn't make any sense," she said.
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