The land at Grenville Street, Daylesford (between 70 and 72 Grenville Street, formally referred to as Crown Allotment 7B, Section 18C, Parish of Wombat) has been determined surplus to the Victorian Government’s current and future requirements.

The Department of Treasury and Finance (DTF), on behalf of the landowner the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, has requested that the planning provisions for the site be changed to reflect that it is no longer required for public use and to help facilitate its sale.

As the site does not have street access and is land locked, the future sale of the land will be limited to the adjoining properties. DTF will negotiate a sale with the adjoining land owners at a price no less than the Valuer General’s valuation.

The request to change the planning provisions includes a small portion of the neighbouring residential property, 74 Grenville Street Daylesford, which is currently erroneously zoned Public Park and Recreation Zone (PPRZ).

The Minister for Planning has referred the proposed planning scheme amendment, C78hepb, to the independent Government Land Standing Advisory Committee (the Committee) for consideration and to provide recommendations on the suitability of the proposed planning scheme changes.

This page includes information on the proposed planning provisions, the Committee process and how to have your say.

What does the proposal do?

Hepburn Shire Planning Scheme Amendment C78hepb proposes to rezone the site from Public Park and Recreation Zone (PPRZ) to General Residential Zone - Schedule 1 (GRZ1). Existing overlay controls are to be retained.

All supporting documents and draft Planning Scheme Amendment documents are available in the Information Pack on this page.

Have your say

Submissions were invited from Monday 30 August to 5pm Monday 11 October 2021.

The Hearing was held by video conference on Wednesday 17 November 2021.

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