Current Projects

We are currently seeking feedback on these projects.

Great streets make great cities and here in Melbourne our streets are much loved for their character and accessibility. Provide your feedback on Westwood Place and Little Latrobe Street and Literature Lane.

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We want to know your views about the potential benefits and impacts of smoke-free areas. Provide your feedback on Block Place or join the conversation on the community forum.

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Updates

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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 aim of the proposed Shape your Kensington projects is to improve safety, the precinct’s amenity and green space through streetscape works, park expansion, and playground renewal.

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Places Victoria and the City of Melbourne are building on past conversations with the community to inform ongoing planning and development of the Harbour Esplanade master plan.

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What would you like to see included in the design of the new park planned on the site of the Boyd Community Hub?

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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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The City of Melbourne is developing a draft master plan to make City Road an accessible, high quality and welcoming place while still maintaining its function as an important transport link. You will be able to comment on the draft master plan in early 2015.

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Past projects

These projects have concluded and are archived for your reference.

Housing plays a big part in our quality of life. Our draft 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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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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