Amendment C207moon - MPAC to 2040: Moonee Ponds Activity Centre Local Plan

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Council has developed a local plan and proposed planning controls for the Moonee Ponds Activity Centre (MPAC) and we would love to know what you think.

We heard what you had to say about the draft package and have made changes based on your feedback. See what's changed in the Informal Consultation Summary Report (November 2019).

The local plan outlines a vision for an activity centre that is easy to move around, the environment is resilient , the place is full of life, and the valued heritage character is protected.

We have reviewed the activity centre comprehensively and made recommendations for how new development should function, how community facilities should be delivered, how pedestrian, cyclist and vehicle access and movement can be improved, what public spaces should look like (including how to make them more environmentally sustainable) and how we can facilitate the delivery of affordable housing outcomes.

We plan to update some parts of the Moonee Valley Planning Scheme (via Amendment C207moon) to ensure it aligns with our vision for MPAC. This includes a suite of mandatory and discretionary planning controls to provide greater clarity regarding development outcomes in the activity centre.

Thank you to everyone who provided a submission. Council officers will review all submissions received and will be in contact with all submitter to advise on how the matter will proceed. All submissions received during public exhibition (with personal informational redacted) will also displayed online in line with Section 205(1) of the Planning and Environment Act 1987.

Council has developed a local plan and proposed planning controls for the Moonee Ponds Activity Centre (MPAC) and we would love to know what you think.

We heard what you had to say about the draft package and have made changes based on your feedback. See what's changed in the Informal Consultation Summary Report (November 2019).

The local plan outlines a vision for an activity centre that is easy to move around, the environment is resilient , the place is full of life, and the valued heritage character is protected.

We have reviewed the activity centre comprehensively and made recommendations for how new development should function, how community facilities should be delivered, how pedestrian, cyclist and vehicle access and movement can be improved, what public spaces should look like (including how to make them more environmentally sustainable) and how we can facilitate the delivery of affordable housing outcomes.

We plan to update some parts of the Moonee Valley Planning Scheme (via Amendment C207moon) to ensure it aligns with our vision for MPAC. This includes a suite of mandatory and discretionary planning controls to provide greater clarity regarding development outcomes in the activity centre.

Thank you to everyone who provided a submission. Council officers will review all submissions received and will be in contact with all submitter to advise on how the matter will proceed. All submissions received during public exhibition (with personal informational redacted) will also displayed online in line with Section 205(1) of the Planning and Environment Act 1987.

  • Public exhibition closed Friday, 3 July 2020. We are now reviewing your submissions. Under the Planning and Environment Act 1987, Council must take all opinions into considerations. If we cannot resolve your concerns, we will refer the amendment to an independent planning panel (appointed by the Minister for Planning). Under the Act, Council must also make a copy of any submissions made available for inspection. Name and contact details of submitters are required for Council to consider submissions and to notify such persons of the opportunity to attend Council meetings and any public hearing held to consider submissions.

    Public exhibition closed Friday, 3 July 2020. We are now reviewing your submissions. 

    Under the Planning and Environment Act 1987, Council must take all opinions into considerations. If we cannot resolve your concerns, we will refer the amendment to an independent planning panel (appointed by the Minister for Planning). Under the Act, Council must also make a copy of any submissions made available for inspection. 

    Name and contact details of submitters are required for Council to consider submissions and to notify such persons of the opportunity to attend Council meetings and any public hearing held to consider submissions.



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