Background

The Inner Metro Partnership is one of six advisory groups established by the Victorian Government. The Partnership is a way for local communities to engage directly with state and local governments, and advise the Victorian Government of the top priorities for jobs, services and infrastructure across the region. This advice will become part of the government’s key decision-making processes.

The Inner Metro Partnership’s vision for the region is to harness and manage the opportunities growth provides in a way that supports a strong economy, a sustainable future and greater social inclusion. Following engagement with its community throughout 2018, the Partnership has developed its advice to the Victorian Government on the regional priorities for the Inner Metro region.


The Partnership's advice to the Victorian Government for 2018 included:

Inclusion – an equitable, safe and diverse place for all people who live, work and visit the Inner Metro region


Economy – a thriving, vibrant, accessible place for all people who live, work and visit the Inner Metro region


Sustainability – a sustainable, resilient and liveable Inner Metro region


What we heard in 2018

At our second annual Assembly on 16 August 2018 at Richmond Football Club, we heard directly from the community about how to progress priorities for the region. Watch some of the action below and read the Inner Metro Partnership 2018 Assembly Summary Report.