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- Applies General Residential Zone Schedule 1 (GRZ1);
- Applies Development Plan Overlay Schedule 46 (DPO46);
- Applies the Environmental Audit Overlay (EAO).
- Amends Clause 72.03.
The draft planning permit proposes the staged subdivision of land (including subdivision of land adjacent to a road in a Transport Zone 2) and buildings and works associated with the construction of 24 dwellings on 24 lots under 300 square metres.
The Minister for Planning is considering whether to prepare, adopt and approve draft Greater Geelong Planning Scheme Amendment C460ggee under section 20(4) of the Planning and Environment Act 1987.
The draft amendment proposes to zone the land General Residential Zone Schedule 1, apply the Environmental Audit Overlay and Development Plan Overlay Schedule 46.
The draft planning permit proposes the staged multi-lot subdivision (including subdivision of land adjacent to a road in a Transport Zone 2) and buildings and works associated with the construction of 24 dwellings on 24 lots under 300 square metres.
The Minister for Planning has received a request from Tract on behalf of Belmont Projects Pty Ltd to facilitate the proposal through the Development Facilitation Program. The Victorian Government has identified Victoria’s building and construction sector as a key mechanism to revitalise Victoria’s economy during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Development Facilitation Program was established by the Minister following the success of the Building Victoria’s Recovery Taskforce Priority Project Fast-Track pilot program to speed up the assessment and determination of identified priority projects that deliver investment into the Victorian economy, keep people in jobs, and provide a substantial public benefit.
Public consultation open
9 am, 4 July 2023
Public consultation closes
5 pm, 1 August 2023
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Before making a decision about whether to proceed with the draft amendment, the Minister for Planning is consultating with the community to understand the views of affected parties.
Following the consultation period, the Minister may refer this matter to the Priority Projects Standing Advisory Committee for further advice before making a decision about whether to prepare, adopt and approve the amendment.
If you make a submission, you will be informed if the matter is referred to the standing advisory committee.
If you would like to discuss this matter further, please contact Robert Churkovich, Planner, Priority Projects Team, Department of Transport and Planning on 8508 3482 and via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Page last updated: 21/08/23