Plan Melbourne 2017-2050
Plan Melbourne 2017-2050 is the metropolitan planning strategy to manage Melbourne's growth and change over the next three decodes.
Integrating long-term land use, infrastructure and transport planning, Plan Melbourne 2017-2050 sets out the strategy for supporting Jobs and growth, while building on Melbourne's legacy of distinctiveness, liveability and sustainability.
The strategy contributes to the overall vision for the state, and includes links with regional Victoria.
The updated plan builds on the extensive work and consultation underpinning Plan Melbourne 2014 and previous metropolitan strategies and guiding policy documents including Melbourne 2030 and Melbourne@5million.
Plan Melbourne 2017-2050 will be given statutory effect through amendments to the State Planning Policy Framework within the Victoria Planning Provisions.
Plan Melbourne Addendum (2019)
The Plan Melbourne addendum updates Plan Melbourne with the most recent population and employment projections. It includes additional information on industrial and commercial land requirements, information that was not available in 2017 and which further support Plan Melbourne’s directions and policies.
It acknowledges further development of the Government’s long-term infrastructure agenda and updates the 2050 spatial framework map to include new transformational projects such as Suburban Rail Loop.
It also seeks to embed the 20-minute neighbourhood concept into major infrastructure projects, helping to create and connect neighbourhoods that enable people to meet most of their everyday needs within 20-minutes of their home.
It is to be read in addition to Plan Melbourne 2017-2050 and the Plan Melbourne implementation plan. It was prepared in recognition of changes that have occurred since the release of Plan Melbourne in 2017.
Note: The employment projections and industrial and commercial land requirements set out in the Plan Melbourne addendum have been based on those included in the draft Melbourne industrial and commercial land use plan (MICLUP). These were current at the time of its release in November 2019. Through the process to finalise the MICLUP the employment projections and land requirements may change. The final MICLUP will be released later in 2020.
Plan Melbourne Five-Year Implementation Plan
Plan Melbourne 2017-2050 was accompanied by an implementation plan detailing 112 proposed actions. With responsibilities for metropolitan planning and delivery shared across three levels of government, Plan Melbourne Plan Melbourne is the action pathway that will convert the vision for Melbourne into meaningful and sustainable changes to the planning processes we use to govern and manage growth whilst equally maintaining a viable and ever-changing community.
This is why Plan Melbourne has a separate Five-Year Implementation Plan.
A monitoring and reporting framework has been developed to track the progress of the implementation of Plan Melbourne. Plan Melbourne and the Implementation Plan will be formally reviewed every five years.
Plan Melbourne Report on Progress 2019
The Plan Melbourne 2019 Report on Progress is the second yearly review of the current Five-Year Implementation Plan. This report details the status of each of the 113 actions as they stood in 2019. Collectively the actions are aimed at boosting liveability and sustainability within Melbourne and dealing with the prospect of large future population growth.
Progress reports will be publicly available and published annually.
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