Current Projects

We are currently seeking feedback on these projects.

The City of Melbourne needs your help to shape West Melbourne’s future. We want to find out what you like and value about West Melbourne, and your priorities and concerns for the area. Share your thoughts until 18 May 2015.

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As our city continues to grow and change, we invite you to tell us how well your local neighbourhood is meeting your daily needs. Complete the interactive neighbourhood survey until 26 April 2015 and go in the running to win an iPad mini 2, Nikon camera or Readings book voucher.

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After more than a year of consultation we are ready for the third and most important stage of community engagement with the release of a draft master plan. Share your ideas online or visit us at the market’s engagement hub until 29 March 2015.

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We are creating heritage statements of significance for seven existing precincts. Fill in the questionnaire or join us at a forum to share your views on what is significant in your local area until Sunday 12 April 2015.

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The City of Melbourne's Urban Forest Strategy provides a robust framework for the evolution and longevity of our urban forest but what will that look like at an individual street level? Join the conversation to influence the plan for Parkville's trees until 31 March 2015.

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As our city grows, it will get busier and the number of deliveries in the central city will increase. With more people moving around the city, we want to ensure they have access to the goods they need. Share your thoughts until 31 March 2015.

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Share our Streets is the City of Melbourne’s way of encouraging road users to show courtesy and respect to make their journey around the city safer and more enjoyable.

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The Lorimer precinct is part of the Fishermans Bend Urban Renewal Area. This area will accommodate significant population growth over the next 20 years. Share your thoughts on Lorimer until 2 April 2015.

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Help us develop City of Melbourne’s first Urban Ecology and Biodiversity strategy. Share your thoughts on this important topic by contributing to the forum or register to attend an event until 30 April 2015.

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Updates

Stay up to date on the progress of existing projects.

Residential zones guide decisions about planning, determining what kind of development is allowed on or near your property. We’ve drafted a planning scheme amendment to guide the introduction of the new zones.

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We want to know your views about the potential benefits and impacts of smoke-free areas.

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The City of Melbourne has prepared Amendment C241 following a recommendation by the Heritage Council of Victoria which indicated the former Palace Theatre site, located at 20-30 Bourke Street, Melbourne could be of local heritage significance.

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Take part in Melbourne BioBlitz 2014 and help us to discover the diverse animal and plant species that call our city home. Your participation will help us develop the city’s first ever Urban Ecology Strategy.

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The City of Melbourne is transforming University Square in partnership with the University of Melbourne and the Victorian Government.

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The City of Melbourne is engaging with the community as it creates its first ever 10-Year Financial Plan. The plan will seek to ensure we remain one of the world’s most liveable cities, while maintaining our strong financial position into the future.

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Past projects

These projects have concluded and are archived for your reference.

The draft Walking Plan looks at the many ways walking contributes to the city and how Melbourne’s walking network could be improved as our population grows.

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The draft Melbourne for All People Strategy 2014-17 sets out the ways in which the City of Melbourne will connect, support and engage people throughout their lives from zero to one hundred plus.

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Housing plays a big part in our quality of life. Our housing strategy, Homes for People, aims to improve the affordability and design of housing to meet the diverse needs of our residents.

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