The Inner Metro Partnership is seeking feedback to better understand your priorities for shaping inner Melbourne for the future.
Have your say by taking the online survey below.
Your insights will be used by the Inner Metro Partnership to develop advice to the Victorian Government to assist in key decision-making processes.
Existing priorities of the Inner Metro Partnership include:
- 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.
The Inner Metropolitan Partnership is holding a series of conversations with local government, industry representatives and stakeholders in September and October 2019.
These conversations will include a business forum about planning precincts and places. There will also be an event on the circular economy, focusing on business innovation and industry support.
Insights gathered through these conversations will be used to inform the Inner Metropolitan Partnership’s 2019 advice.
About the partnership
The Inner Metropolitan Partnership is an advisory group established by the Victorian Government.
The partnership is a way for local communities to engage directly with state and local governments, while also advising the Victorian Government of the top regional priorities for jobs, services and infrastructure.
An advice paper is developed each year by the partnership for the Victorian Government to assist in key decision-making processes.
Have your say – Planning Precincts and Places
The Inner Metro Partnership is seeking your feedback to better understand your priorities for shaping inner Melbourne for the future.
If you live or work in the Inner Metro region, we want to hear from you!
Priority Precincts background
The Priority Precincts portfolio was established in 2018. The Portfolio will identify geographic areas of opportunity to support jobs and housing growth, while building on Melbourne's legacy of distinctiveness, liveability and sustainability. The initial Priority Precincts include:
- Parkville (including the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct)
- Fishermans Bend
- Richmond to Docklands
The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) is partnering with Yarra City Council to support Cremorne’s continued growth as a thriving enterprise precinct.
Through Invest Victoria, LaunchVic and Small Business Victoria, we know what many of the factors are that drive business decision-making about place and value creation. We also know what some of the success factors are in precinct development which are described below.
Source: Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP).
Available at: www.planning.vic.gov.au/policy-and-strategy/unlock...
Tell us more about what you need
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.