- 412,600 potential lots on residential broadhectare land across metropolitan Melbourne
- 2,400 residential redevelopment projects yielding an estimated 179,400 dwellings
- Around 11,300 broadhectare lots were constructed in Melbourne's growth area municipalities in 2012-13, below the average of around 12,000 per year over the period from 2001-02 to 2012-13. There were 9,700 additional lots under construction
- Industrial land consumption declined significantly as a result of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), and has only just started to pick up again in 2011-12 and is yet to return to the levels seen in the eight years of development prior to the GFC.
Download the 2013 Urban Development Program Report:
The Subregional Overview Maps show each of the existing and proposed broadhectare residential areas, major residential redevelopment sites, as well as existing and proposed industrial areas.
- 2013 Urban Development Program Overview Map - Inner (PDF, 919.9 KB)
- 2013 Urban Development Program Overview Map - East (PDF, 1.4 MB)
- 2013 Urban Development Program Overview Map - North (PDF, 1.5 MB)
- 2013 Urban Development Program Overview Map - South (PDF, 1.7 MB)
- 2013 Urban Development Program Overview Map - West (PDF, 1.5 MB)
Download the Urban Development Program (UDP) residential and industrial land supply data. The file contains five spatial data files; you’ll need MapInfo software to use them.
Page last updated: 22/10/19