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Water flows from old Gillies Pie Factory | Bendigo Advertiser

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COLIBAN Water is working to contact the owner of the old Gillies Pie Factory after a water leak on Wednesday. Water from the site flowed across Garsed Street for some time after being reported to the water authority by a neighbour about 12:30pm. Coliban Water urban services manager Carl Oliver said contractors were working to isolate the leak. “We are working to make contact with the property owner to make them aware of this issue,” Mr Oliver said. More news: Passengers share experience of moment train, ute crashed John Oliver, of neighbouring business Sandhurst Housing and Design, hoped the leak could be seen to quickly. He said the leak was a waste of a natural resource and posed a risk to road users. More news: Affray charge after alleged assault The former Gillies factory has been vacant for some time. “I would hope one day it’s developed because it’s an iconic Bendigo landmark in a prime position,” John Oliver said. “I think Bendigo needs the inner city development and it would be a great hub if it was developed with the needs of Bendigo in mind.” Have you signed up to the Bendigo Advertiser’s daily newsletter and breaking news emails? You can register below and make sure you are up to date with everything that’s happening in central Victoria.


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