Harnessing opportunities in the Caulfield Station Precinct

The Victorian Government is looking to residents, students and wider community members to share their ideas about the future of the Caulfield Station Precinct. The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA), the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) and Glen Eira City Council and are preparing a …

Once-in-a-generation transformation of our Arts Precinct

Melbourne will become home to Australia’s largest contemporary art gallery as part of a once-in-a-generation transformation of the arts precinct that will deliver new public space, better theatres and thousands of local jobs. Premier Daniel Andrews joined Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley at the …

History made as Tanderrum Bridge opens

A new footbridge linking the city with Melbourne Park is open and ready to usher thousands of fans to the 2017 Australian Open. Acting Minister for Sport Philip Dalidakis declared Tanderrum Bridge open today. It’s the centrepiece of the Andrews Labor Government’s $338 million stage two redevelopment of …

Righting the wrongs at Fishermans Bend

Minister for Planning Richard Wynne today announced mandatory development controls for Fishermans Bend, focusing on social housing and smart design for the 80,000 people who will one day live there. The new controls back the Andrews Labor Government’s push for development in Fishermans Bend which supports …

Setting the benchmark for Fishermans Bend

New standards of innovation and sustainability will drive development of Fishermans Bend, with the release of the 2050 vision document establishing a clear direction for future planning work and delivery. The vision recognises the 491-hectare area near Melbourne’s CBD as an opportunity to set new benchmarks …

Planning protects St Kilda Road and the Shrine

New planning controls around St Kilda Road and the Shrine of Remembrance will protect and enhance a picturesque and historic part of the inner city. Minister for Planning Richard Wynne has approved controls which allow for more development but protect the Shrine and Albert Park Reserve from overshadowing. Over the …

Consultation begins for Melbourne’s next Employment Cluster

The Andrews Labor Government is backing jobs growth and new investment opportunities in Melbourne’s east through a new employment cluster in the Monash area. The Metropolitan Planning Authority is working on plans to drive growth around Monash University and the business and industrial areas of Huntingdale, …