Major change announced to Sydney CBD following Queen’s death

A building will be demolished and a square renamed in honor of the late Queen Elizabeth, in a major memorial movement in Sydney’s CBD.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet have announced that “Queen Elizabeth II Place” will be built after the late monarch’s death on Macquarie Street.

Albanian claimed that “whatever the position of the people” on “other matters”, the late queen was someone who had dedicated a lifetime to serving the UK and the Commonwealth.

“The naming of this place in his honor is a fitting and fitting tribute,” said Mr. Albanese.

Mr. Perrottet said Macquarie Street was a “great historic area” and naming it after the late queen would ensure generations of Sydneyers and visitors alike could use the square.


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