The Andrews Labor Government is moving ahead with a major social housing project, with planning changes to protect vegetation, ensure good traffic flow and maintain the character of local neighbourhoods.
A planning scheme amendment in Bendigo that would have seen farmland compulsorily acquired for the development of the Marong Business Park has been rejected by the Minister for Planning Richard Wynne.
My Beautiful Laundrette in Fitzroy has recently been awarded a $49,559 grant to help reduce its energy usage under the $6.1 million Victorian Government’s Boosting Business Productivity Program.
Students at Collingwood College are a step closer to getting new state-of-the-art sports facilities thanks to the Andrews Labor Government, with construction on a new sports stadium now underway.
The Fitzroy Learning Network (FLN) is set to receive over two million dollars to ensure they can continue providing support and care to newly arrived refugees and asylum seekers in our community for decades to come. The Andrews Labor Government today announced it will contribute..
The Andrews Labor Government is giving greater certainty to the community with new regulations to give stronger teeth to affordable housing agreements between Councils and developers.
Planning for the congestion-busting Mordialloc Freeway has taken another step forward, with final scoping requirements for the Environment Effect Statement (EES) signed off.
A new 40 MW wind farm in Western Victoria that will power more than 25,000 households as part of the ongoing renewable energy jobs boom in Western Victoria has been given the crucial sign-off.
Victoria’s most iconic natural areas will now have better developmental protection than ever before, thanks to the passage of the Andrews Labor Government’s Distinctive Areas and Landscapes Bill 2017.
The second site of Richmond High School is on track to open at the start of next year with the roof now in place.
Melbourne’s famed Festival Hall is a step closer to receiving heritage protection.
A major Docklands development that will create jobs and make the precinct a world-class place to live, work and raise a family is about to begin.
The Andrews Labor Government has given the green light to an exciting new development that will create more jobs and affordable housing in the CBD.
Victorians with a mental illness will get the treatment they need, thanks to $705 million in the Victorian Budget 2018/19 for more mental health support, extra regional rehabilitation facilities and new emergency department crisis hubs to help Victorians struggling with mental illness.
The Victorian Budget 2018/19 will deliver new skills, good jobs, more schools and better roads for every Victorian.
Reforms to planning will make it easier to build or renovate a home, prevent deadly cladding fires and ensure Victoria’s apartments are built to the highest standards of quality.
Victorians living in high rise buildings will be better protected from the threat of deadly cladding fires, with more inspections than ever before.
Fishermans Bend and surrounding communities will have access to the schools, jobs, public transport and open space they deserve, as the Andrews Labor Government gets on with fixing the mess left by Matthew Guy and the former Liberal Government.