Urban Development Program (UDP) has identified a pipeline of steps as land progresses from paddocks to lots for dwellings. Temporally, the pipeline stages are: unzoned englobo land, zoned englobo land, proposed lots and lots with a title.
Large pieces of land that have been identified for future subdivision into lots for dwellings. In the Urban Development Program pipeline this type of land is divided into two stages: unzoned englobo land and zoned englobo land.
Former rural land in Melbourne’s growth areas that is being developed for housing, typically detached houses
Melbourne’s growth areas are located in the municipalities of
- Whittlesea and,
Lots with a title
This is land that has been registered, provided with a title and ready for dwellings to be built. The data is sourced from Vicmap.
Precinct Structure Plan
A land-use and infrastructure plan to guide development of the area over time. It sets out the intended future land uses, infrastructure and development guidelines.
This is land that has been included as “proposed” within the Vicmap Property dataset. Some changes to these lots may occur before they receive a title. The data is sourced from Vicmap.
Lots that have been subdivided from englobo land into lots for dwellings to be built. Pieces of land. In the Urban Development Program pipeline this type of land is divided into two stages: proposed lots and lots with a title.
Unzoned englobo land requiring a Precinct Structure Plan
This is englobo land that has been identified for future residential development through the Growth Corridor Plans, logical inclusions process and other strategic processes. Typically, it is currently zoned Urban Growth Zone. It provides an estimate of the potential retail lot yield within a precinct.
Zoned englobo land
This is englobo land that has undergone the PSP process. It is zoned and available for subdivision into smaller retail lots (in accordance with its structure plan).
Page last updated: 13/10/21