Topic: "Minister for Planning"
Planning Minister Richard Wynne has released a new vision for Fishermans Bend, the 465-hectare area near Melbourne’s CBD which will one day accommodate more than 80,000 people.
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..
A new master plan with towers, shops and open space has been approved for the former Melbourne Convention Centre site on Spencer Street, overlooking the Yarra River.
Victoria has again recorded the highest number of new housing approvals in the country, with another 5737 dwellings approved in March, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
A new Smart Planning system will give Victorians a quicker and simpler way to navigate the state’s planning process.
Minister for Planning Richard Wynne has approved a $200 million redevelopment of the Wesley Church site at 118-148 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.
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.
Minister for Planning Richard Wynne has agreed to a major new development at 447 Collins Street in Melbourne’s CBD.
Minister for Planning Richard Wynne and Member for Broadmeadows Frank McGuire have announced a $14.3 million package to revitalise the heart of Broadmeadows, create new jobs and attract investment.
Minister for Planning Richard Wynne has reached a compromise with the developer of a King Street tower, giving final approval for a new CBD tower which will generate construction jobs and complement the surrounding area.