We recently completed the Hoddle Grid Heritage Review, the first comprehensive review of heritage buildings in the central city since the 1990s. The independent review took a holistic view of more than 1000 buildings, carefully considering Aboriginal, colonial, contemporary, community, tangible and intangible heritage values.

Based on our findings, we are seeking heritage protection for 137 properties and five precincts through Amendment C387. The properties include 55 places that represent the best of our city’s postwar residential and commercial architecture and tell the story of Melbourne’s evolution from 1945 to 1975.

Amendment C387 was open for exhibition between 5 November and 17 December and there were many ways to get involved, including:

  • making a formal submission
  • going for a self-guided walk
  • taking part in a drawing class
  • browsing the interactive map
  • attending an online information session
  • viewing a photography exhibition
  • sharing your colouring in activity
  • attending a panel talk.

All the details are on the exhibition engagement activities page below. You can also learn more about Amendment C387 in the amendment overview.

Get involved

Take part in one of the engagement activities or make a formal submission on Amendment C387.

Amendment overview

Learn more about Melbourne Planning Scheme Amendment C387.

Document Library

Places and their detailed amendment documentation