Released in late 2018, the Fishermans Bend Framework details a long-term strategic plan for the development of Australia’s largest urban renewal project to 2050.
One of the next stages of the project are implementation plans which will guide the future development of Fishermans Bend’s four ‘mixed use’ precincts, which are being delivered in partnership between the Victorian Government's Fishermans Bend Taskforce and the City of Port Phillip and the City of Melbourne. This work will be guided by local community, businesses, landowners, developers and industry insights and ideas around emerging needs, as well as any issues and opportunities associated with transition of the Montague, Sandridge, Wirraway and Lorimer precincts.
In May and June 2019, we undertook engagement with community and other stakeholders to help guide the development of these individual precinct implementation plans, which will capture the distinct character of each precinct, and tell the emerging ‘place story’ of these exciting new places to live, work, learn, invest in. A summary of this community engagement will be available soon. For more information on Fishermans Bend, please visit our website www.fishermansbend.vic.gov.au.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are precinct implementation plans?
- What will my contribution to this engagement process be used for?
- How is this engagement different from previous consultation processes?
- What sort of detail can I expect to see in each of the precinct implementation plans?
- How do precinct implementation plans relate to the Fishermans Bend Framework and the planning controls for the area?
- What is the Fishermans Bend Framework?