Overview

Braybrook is growing and evolving as new jobs are brought to the inner west, and new residents choose to live in Braybrook as it is affordable and close to Sunshine and the city. Change is already noticeable in the streets of Braybrook, as older homes are being replaced and new infrastructure is delivered.

The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA), in partnership with Department of Transport (DoT) and Homes Victoria, is working with Maribyrnong City Council to make sure the right support is put in place for the current and future Braybrook community.

The Braybrook Regeneration Project is focused on planning for:

  • New and improved open space and community facilities
  • More diverse and affordable housing
  • Vibrant activity areas for shopping, work and play
  • Safer and easier travel
  • Greener streets, parks and homes

  • Our planning includes the preparation of a Braybrook Urban Design Framework (or Braybrook UDF) and planning scheme amendment. The UDF is a planning document that will set out the types of housing, services and infrastructure that a growing Braybrook will need.

    Read the 'Towards a Braybrook Urban Design Framework' document

    We’ve worked with our project partners to prepare ‘Towards a Braybrook Urban Design Framework’ to explore ideas about the future opportunities for Braybrook. These include housing, environment, urban design, transport, and community infrastructure opportunities. Once reviewed by the community, these ideas will inform the preparation of a draft Urban Design Framework.

    You can read the full version of Towards a Braybrook Urban Design Framework and a project brochure which explains the key concepts below.

    Provide your feedback

    We want to make sure our future plans for Braybrook meet the community’s needs. We want to hear your feedback on our ideas in the ‘Towards a Braybrook Urban Design Framework’ document.

    You can provide feedback by:

    1. Completing the online survey

    The survey is open until Friday 28 May 2021. All online survey participants are eligible for entry into a lucky draw to win a $50 voucher. You will see the survey further down on this page. T&Cs apply.

    2. Joining a 1.5-hour focus group
    • Monday 17 May 1.00pm – 2.:30pm
    • Wednesday 19 May 6:00pm – 7.30pm
    • Tuesday 25 May 6:00pm – 7:30pm

    Focus groups have limited capacity, register now via Survey Monkey.

    Focus group participants will receive a $50 Mastercard voucher to compensate for any out-of-pocket expenses.

    3. Attending a drop-in session at the Braybrook Community Hub
      • Saturday 22 May 10:00am until 1:00pm
      • Thursday 27 May 12noon until 3:00pm

        Come along at anytime between the listed hours to learn more about the project and ask your questions. Registration is not required.

        107-139 Churchill Ave, Braybrook VIC 3019

        Opportunity to provide feedback closes on Friday 28 May 2021.

        Braybrook Regeneration Precinct Boundary

        This map outlines the boundaries of the regeneration precinct in Braybrook. It is bound by the southern side of Ballarat Road, the eastern side of Duke Street, the northern side of the railway line and the western edge of Central West Activity Centre and Ashley Street.

        The commercial business area in the south-east corner of Braybrook is excluded from the project boundary.

        Privacy collection notice

        VPA collects your personal information (name, age, gender, phone number and email) through this form for the purposes of registering you for a focus group; adding you to a mailing list; entering you into the lucky chance draw; or to understand the profile of our survey respondents. We will not disclose your personal information without your consent, except where required to do so by law. If you do not wish to provide your personal information you will not be able to be added to our mailing list, entered into the lucky chance draw or registered for a focus group. You may contact us to request access to your personal information, or for other concerns regarding the privacy of your personal information at Matthew.Thornley@vpa.vic.gov.au