Planning

CRA planning objections and SubmissionsFind the details here

Find the monthly reports to the Committee here.

A cumulative list of town planning applications relevant to 3053  can be found here

The Planning Committee meets monthly to review town planning applications relevant to postcode 3053, and to decide whether or not the CRA should lodge objections. Generally objections relate to non–compliance, erosion of amenity, height, heritage, Design Overlay. When required, the committee writes formal objections and prepares briefs for CRA submissions to VCAT.

In addition you can:

Subscribe to weekly Planning alerts:
http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/building-and-development/planning-and-building-services/Pages/planning-alerts.aspx

Access the ‘Town Planning Permits Register:
http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/building-and-development/property-information/planning-building-registers/Pages/town-planning-permits-register.aspx

Heritage – visit the Heritage Page for information on:

National Trust Advocacy Toolkit

Heritage Policy Review

Heritage Places Inventory

Carlton Inn/Corkman

Other planning issues:

The Old Royal Womens Hospital Site

The Future:
The University of Melbourne and the Carlton Connect Initiative

Subsequent to the University of Melbourne acquiring the Grattan Street site of the former Royal Women’s Hospital, the University announced plans to redevelop the site for the Carlton Connect Initiative, details of which are available at https://www.carltonconnect.com.au/

The site was rezoned by the state government from a Public Use to a Capital City Zone, and a development plan was conceived. This plan included the adaptive reuse of the existing 3AW building supplemented with other new buildings.

Subsequent planning [Helicopter Flight path clearance requirements] and commercial considerations resulted in a revised philosophy whereby all the existing buildings would be demolished and replaced by a new development.

Read the latest information here.

Read the CRA Response to the proposal here

The History:
Submission guidelines for Amendment C173
Planning Panel Recommendations Full Planning Panel Report

New Residential Zones

March 2016:The current government promised to review the new residential zones imposed shortly before it was elected. The body responsible for undertaking the review is the ‘Managing Residential Development Advisory Committee’
CRA lodged a submission in  for the Committee to consider.
Read the CRA Submission here

August 2014: Click here to read the CRA submission on this Amendment, C179

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Planning Amendent C196
Capital City Zone Rights

Good News!
Passed by CoM but what is next?

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