Plan Melbourne is the Victorian Government's metropolitan planning strategy that will guide the city's growth to 2050. It is a strategy to house, employ and connect more people to jobs and services closer to where they live. It will also build the confidence, investment and employment vital for Victoria's long-term future.
Already known as one of the world's most liveable cities, Melbourne will become a global city of opportunity and choice. More information on Plan Melbourne can be accessed from the Plan Melbourne Website
Urban Growth Boundary Review
The Council at its Ordinary meeting held on Monday 22 August 2011 resolved to make the following submissions to the current State Government review of the Urban Growth Boundary changes introduced by the former State Government on 6 August 2010 under Planning Scheme Amendment VC 68.
- Wyndham City Council “Logical Inclusions” Submission: Proposal A – Consolidated Rural-Urban Buffer, South of Point Cook
- Wyndham City Council “Logical Inclusions” Submission: Proposal B – Werribee West - Mambourin
The review announced by the Baillieu Government on 16 May 2011 will only examine submissions that were previously made to the 2009 Urban Growth Boundary Review and that fit the strict criteria of what has been termed “logical boundary inclusions”.
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West Growth Corridor Plan
The Growth Corridor Plans are high level integrated land use and transport plans that provide a strategy for the development of Melbourne’s growth corridors over the coming decades.
These plans will guide the delivery of key housing, employment and transport infrastructure in Melbourne’s new suburbs and provide a clear strategy for the development of the growth corridors over the next 30 to 40 years.
The Growth Corridor Plans focus on four metropolitan growth corridors over the coming decades and will provide for housing, jobs, transport, town centres, open space and key infrastructure across our city’s newest metropolitan suburbs.
The plans also identify broad transport networks, industrial and employment zones, residential areas and recreation precincts.
The West Growth Corridor Plan can be downloaded from the Metropolitan Planning Authority website.
Development Contributions Plans
Development contributions play an important role in delivering essential infrastructure to new and growing communities.
The Development Contributions Plan (DCP) is a way by which Council will charge new development in the growth area for contributions towards planned infrastructure projects. It is a certain and transparent means by which Council can recover some of the costs towards the on-going provision of adequate development and community infrastructure. Money received through the DCP will go towards a varied range of projects such as:
Development and upgrades to many of the main roads and pathways new areas need
- Local parks
- Community centres
- Sporting facilitates (grounds and some pavilions)
- Community health centres
The DCP outlines why and how Council will charge new development for a financial contribution towards planned infrastructure projects from which that development will benefit. The DCP is incorporated in the Planning Scheme via a standard planning scheme amendment process.
Wyndham West Development Contribution Plan
The Wyndham West Development Contributions Plan was approved by the Minister for Planning in July 2014 through Amendment C173 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. To view a copy of the final Development Contributions Plan and Schedule to the Development Contributions Plan Overlay:
Wyndham North Development Contributions Plan
The Wyndham North DCP has been approved by the Minister for Planning in November 2014 through Amendment C177 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. The Wyndham North DCP proposes to apply a contribution levy within the Wyndham North area to provide infrastructure and community facilities.
To view a copy of the gazetted Development Contributions Plan visit Wyndham North DCP.
Precinct Structure Plans
Precinct Structure Plans (PSPs) are master plans for whole communities which usually cater for between 10,000 to 30,000 people. Precinct structure planning is fundamental to making Victoria’s growth areas great places to live, both today and for future generations. PSPs lay out roads, shopping centres, schools, parks, housing, employment the connections to transport and generally resolve the complex issues of biodiversity, cultural heritage, infrastructure provision and council charges.
The development of greenfield sites, along with urban consolidation, is an important part of the State Government’s strategy to address population growth and the housing and employment demands that flow from this.
PSPs are the “blueprint” for development and investment that will occur over many years. They provide an up to date approach to address current global issues such as adapting to climate change, reducing carbon emissions, rising living costs and pressures of increasing travel distances as our cities grow. PSPs provide a balance between meeting complex policy requirements and providing affordable development.
Our goal is to create diverse, compact and well connected communities that are affordable and rich in local jobs, transport access, services and culture. We must also protect our valuable natural and historic features and use land more efficiently.
PSPs can be prepared and funded by council, landowners and developers, the Metropolitan Planning Authority (MPA) (with funding provided by the Victorian Government) or other agencies directed to do so by the Minister for Planning. In all cases the process will require the active involvement of land owners, developers, service and infrastructure providers and Councils.
With the incorporation of new areas in the Urban Growth Boundary, the MPA set out preliminary boundaries and interim names for the PSP program. It should be noted that these may be subject to change from time to time depending on changing circumstances.
Any enquiries on the program can be made in the first instance to the MPA.
Alfred Road – PSP 43
The Alfred Road Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) was approved by the Minister for Planning in August 2013 through Amendment C159 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. To view a copy of the final Precinct Structure Plan and Schedule to the Urban Growth Zone:
Black Forest Road South – PSP 42.2
The Black Forest Road South Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) was approved by the Minister for Planning in August 2013 through Amendment C169 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. To view a copy of the final Precinct Structure Plan and the Schedule to the Urban Growth Zone:
Manor Lakes – PSP 41
The Manor Lakes Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) was approved by the Minister for Planning in June 2012 through Amendment C154 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme.
To view a copy of the final Precinct Structure Plan, Development Contributions Plan, Native Vegetation Precinct Plan and the Schedule to the Urban Growth Zone:
Ballan - PSP 40
The Ballan Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) was approved by the Minister for Planning in July 2014 through Amendment C171 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. To view a copy of the final Precinct Structure Plan and Schedule to the Urban Growth Zone:
Westbrook - PSP 1092
The Westbrook Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) was approved by the Minister for Planning in July 2014 through Amendment C172 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. To view a copy of the final Precinct Structure Plan and Schedule to the Urban Growth Zone:
Truganina South Community Precinct Structure Plan and Development Contributions Plan – PSP 38
The Truganina South PSP was approved by the Minister for Planning in July 2011, through Amendment C123 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. To view a copy of the final Precinct Structure Plan, Development Contributions Plan and Schedule to the Urban Growth Zone:
Truganina Employment Precinct Structure Plan and Development Contributions Plan– PSP 37
The Truganina Employment Precinct Structure Plan is a plan for a new employment area of approximately 662 hectares that will deliver between 10,000-15,000 new jobs to the region. The plan proposes a high quality industrial and commercial area with strong architectural and landscape themes.
The Truganina Employment Area PSP was approved by the Minister for Planning in December 2009, through Amendment C124 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme.
To view a copy of the final Precinct Structure Plan and Development Contributions Plan:
Truganina Precinct Structure Plan – PSP 1090
The Truganina PSP was approved by the Minister for Planning in November 2014, through Amendment C175 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. The Truganina PSP applies to approximately 1,089 ha of land and will deliver a minimum of 9,105 new homes for approximately 25,493 new residents.
To view a copy of the gazetted Precinct Structure Plan:
Tarneit North Precinct Structure Plan – PSP1089
The Tarneit North PSP was approved by the Minister for Planning in November 2014, through Amendment C188 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. The Tarneit North PSP applies to approximately 1,105 hectares of land and will deliver approximately 10,192 dwellings for approximately 28,537 new residents.
To view a copy of the gazetted Precinct Structure Plan:
Riverdale Precinct Structure Plan – PSP 1091
The Riverdale PSP was approved by the Minister for Planning in November 2014, through Amendment C176 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. The Riverdale PSP applies to approximately 1,106 hectares of land and will deliver approximately 12,070 dwellings for approximately 33,797 new residents.
To view a copy of the gazetted Precinct Structure Plan:
East Werribee and Point Cook
East Werribee Employment Precinct and Development Contributions Plan – PSP 39
The East Werribee Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) was approved by the Minister for Planning in October 2013 through Amendment C179 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. To view a copy of the final Precinct Structure Plan, Development Contributions Plan and Schedule to the Urban Growth Zone:
Point Cook West – PSP39A
The Point Cook West Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) was approved by the Minister for Planning in November 2012 through Amendment C163 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme.
To view a copy of the final Precinct Structure Plan, Development Contributions Plan and the Schedule to the Urban Growth Zone:
Planning is still ongoing for the following:
- Oakbank PSP – PSP 1088
- Black Forest Road North PSP – PSP 42.1
- Bayview PSP – PSP 93.1
- Mambourin East PSP – PSP 93
- Werribee Junction – Mambourin PSP – PSP 1208
- Lincoln Heath South PSP – PSP 1207.1
- Aviator Field PSP – PSP 1207
Structure Plans & Development Contributions
Point Cook Concept Plan
The development of Point Cook is informed by three principal strategic planning documents:
Point Cook Concept Plan (April 1996)
The Point Cook Concept Plan identifies the potential of the Point Cook area for urban development as a component of the Werribee Growth Area Plan (1990). This Concept Plan presents various scenarios exploring the areas capacity for development, future land use potential and infrastructure requirements to support development. The favoured scenario assumes a population of approximately 54,000 people occupying approximately 18,000 dwellings serviced by a regional activity centre with some local employment opportunities.
Point Cook Concept Plan Report (2000)
This report is an update of the Point Cook Concept Plan (1996). Provides a conceptual land use map to identify indicative locations for the establishment of the infrastructure and services necessary to serve future urban development. The plan identifies significant potential for conventional to medium density housing. Low density or rural residential development was proposed for the south of the Plan area based on demand identified in the Wyndham Housing Strategy 1996.
Point Cook Concept Plan Addendum Point Cook Homestead Road Precinct (October 2007)
The Point Cook Plan Addendum Point Cook Homestead Road Precinct (October 2007) is a review to allow a more compact urban form to be developed in the area previously reserved for low density (rural residential) the south eastern corner of Point Cook, comprising approximately 277 hectares. This review was in response to the key directions of Melbourne 2030 which called for the creation of a more compact city.
Wyndham North Growth Front
The development of Wyndham North is informed by several strategic planning documents:
Wyndham North Concept Plan (April 1996) (Adopted 1996)
The Wyndham North Concept Plan’s purpose is to identify the infrastructure and servicing requirements for the area in the short to medium term. The plan identifies the capacity for future land use and infrastructure. By identifying capacity the plan provides a platform from which to undertake more detailed land use planning infrastructure.
Cell A Outline Development Plan (March 2001) (Adopted 2001)
The Development Plan provides the base framework to enable more detailed subdivision design. The site area is triangular, bound by Sayers Road, Skeleton Creek and the Federation Trail. The Development Plan ensures the coordination and integration of development elements, as well as a mechanism to provide infrastructure in an equitable manner.
The development Plan identifies an indicative transport network to collector road level, the location of facilities such as community centres, schools, open spaces and any activity centres.
Cell B Development Contributions Plan (October 1997) (Incorporated)
The “Cell B” Developments Contributions Plan provides a basis for the collection of development contributions for local infrastructure. The plan area covers the land bound by Sayers Road, Derrimut Road and Leakes Road, west of the Skeleton Creek.
The Plan identifies those areas of local infrastructure required due to new development. The infrastructure includes:
- Major Roads
- Local Community Facilities
- District Open Space
- Local Open Space
Cell C Development Plan (Stage 1), (8th October, 2001) (Adopted 2001)
The “Cell C” Development Plan in the Truganina area, bounded by Palmers Road, Sayers Road, the Skeleton Creek, Government Road and Leakes Road. Stage 1 provides a framework for more detailed planning and subdivision design to occur. The eastern half of the cell C plan has been superceded by the Truganina South Precinct Structure Plan, see below.
Westmeadows Lane and Marquands Road Development Contributions Plan (December 2007), (Incorporated)
The Westmeadows Lane and Marquands RoadDevelopments Contributions Plan provides a basis for the collection of development contributions for local infrastructure which will be required to support development in the area. The plan is for the area bound by Leakes Road, Marquands Road, Sayers Road and Skeleton Creek.
Tarneit West Outline Development Plan
The Tarneit West Outline Development Plan (ODP, May 2008) covers an area of around 118 hectares and includes all land bounded by Davis Creek, Hogans and Tarneit Roads and the southern boundary of Claremont Park.
The purpose of the plan is to provide a framework for the coordinated development of the area and ensure that adequate services are provided for the future Tarneit West community. The plan will ensure that physical and social infrastructure is provided and funded in a timely and equitable manner.
The Tarneit West ODP provides guidance for the future development of the area, including indicative locations for schools, public open space, a neighbourhood activity centre and local road network. The ODP also provides details on development contributions required for arterial roads and major pathway networks, community and other infrastructure, drainage and a 7.5% public open space contribution.
This area has the capacity to create a community of around 4,000 people based on a lot yield of around 1,300 lots. The plan identifies the following:
- Primary School;
- Neighbourhood Activity Centre, up to 5,000m retail floorspace;
- District Sporting Reserve and local neighbourhood park;
- Overland drainage channel and wetlands;
- Road and major pathway network;
- Davis Creek interface; and
- Development Contributions
A separate plan has been prepared for development contributions for Tarneit West. The Tarneit West Development Contributions Plan (May 2008) has two parts. Part A deals with general development contribution levies required for all land in the ODP area. Part B deals with a specific levy for Wootten Road, an existing rural road that is required to be upgraded to a collector road. This levy will apply to all properties that have abuttal to the existing Wootten road reservation.
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