As Australia's largest urban renewal project, Fishermans Bend is a project of state significance. Planning for the next chapter of Melbourne’s growth story is well underway.
During each stage of the planning for Fishermans Bend, community consultation will take place.
The planning phases are:
The Fishermans Bend Vision
From Friday 27 May to Friday 1 July 2016, the Fishermans Bend Taskforce released the draft Fishermans Bend Recast Vision for public consultation.
Community feedback is being used to develop a final Vision for Fishermans Bend that will soon be released.
The Vision sets the strategic directions for planning Fishermans Bend.
Read the Fishermans Bend Recast Vision
The Fishermans Bend Framework
Work is currently underway on the draft Fishermans Bend Framework, which will be released for public consultation in Spring 2017.
This document will outline the strategies for transport, community infrastructure, public space and density, Aboriginal and Historic Heritage, activity centres and sustainability.
Find out more about what’s involved in the Fishermans Bend Framework
Each neighbourhood will have its own Precinct Plan that will reflect the fine-grain detail of what has been outlined in the Fishermans Bend Framework. These plans will also provide the on the ground implementation plans and provide more detail on the staging and timing of development.
Find out more about the Fishermans Bend precinct plans
Planning Scheme Amendment
After the release of the Framework and Precinct Plans, a Planning Scheme Amendment will be prepared to implement the Fishermans Bend Framework in the planning schemes of the City of Melbourne and the City of Port Phillip.
Diagram: Planning phases for Fishermans Bend
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