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Bulletin 4 - November 2020

Author: 
Green Wedges Coalition

Green Wedges Coalition - A Vision for Melbourne

Bulletin No. 4 (November 2020)

This is an occasional publication to highlight issues of major importance to the future of the Green Wedges. The Bulletin is also posted on the GWC’s website at: www.gwc.org.au

1. EXCESSIVE BULK AND SCALE OF BUILT FORM AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE

07/11/2020
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Bulletin 3 September 2020

Author: 
Green Wedges Coalition

Green Wedges Coalition - A Vision for Melbourne

Bulletin No 3 (September 2020)

This is an occasional publication to highlight issues of major importance to the future of the Green Wedges. The Bulletin is also posted on the GWC’s website at: www.gwc.org.au

1. State Government Review of Green Wedges Planning Policy Provisions (Update)

05/10/2020
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Bulletin 2 August 2020

Author: 
Green Wedges Coalition

Green Wedges Coalition - a vision for Melbourne

Bulletin No 2 (August 2020)

This is an occasional publication to highlight issues of major importance to the future of the Green Wedges and is also posted on the organisation’s website at www.gwc.org.au

 

Lysterfield Valley Report on Proposed Subdivision and VCAT

Friends of the Glenfern Green Wedge

04/08/2020
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Bulletin 1 July 2020

Author: 
Green Wedges Coalition

Green Wedges Coalition - a vision for Melbourne

Bulletin No 1 (July 2020)

This is an occasional publication to highlight issues of major importance to the future of the Green Wedges and is also posted on the organisation’s website at www.gwc.org.au

State Government Review of Green Wedges Planning Policy Provisions

04/07/2020
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Bulletin No 5 URGENT ACTION NEEDED TO AVERT DISASTER FOR THE GREEN WEDGES

Author: 
Green Wedges Coalition

Green Wedges Coalition - a vision for Melbourne

Bulletin No 5 – July 2018: 

URGENT ACTION NEEDED TO AVERT DISASTER FOR THE GREEN WEDGES   

This is an occasional publication to highlight issues of major importance to the future of the Green Wedges and is also posted on the our website at  www.gwc.org.au

12/07/2018

GWC Bulletin No 2 - March 2018

Author: 
Friends of the Glenfern Green Wedges

Green Wedges Coalition - a vision for Melbourne

Bulletin No 2 – 20 March 2018

This is an occasional publication to highlight issues of major importance to the future of the Green Wedges and is also posted on the organisation’s website at www.gwc.org.au

Update by Friends of the Glenfern Green Wedge

15/03/2018
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GWC Bulletin No 1 - 20 Feb 2018

Author: 
Green Wedges Coalition

Green Wedges Coalition - a vision for Melbourne

Bulletin No 1 – 20 February 2018

This is an occasional publication to highlight issues of major importance to the future of the Green Wedges and is also posted on the organisation’s website at www.gwc.org.au

 

PLACES OF WORSHIP – BULK AND SCALE A THREAT TO GREEN WEDGES

20/02/2018

Green Wedges Coalition Advocacy Watchlist 2018

Author: 
Green Wedges Coalition

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to provide a resource document that identifies the specific issues of concern to the Green Wedges Coalition and its partner organisations across all the Green Wedges.

The advocacy themes are divided into:

  • State Government Programs

The main programs of immediate concern at present are the Smart Planning Program and the Sustainable Animals Industries initiative. These two programs have the potential to destroy the rural values of the Green Wedges.

12/02/2018
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Unsustainable Intensive Animal Production

Author: 
Christine Pruneau

This is a keynote address prepsented at the Green Wedges Coalition AGM on 7 December 2017 and a copy is attached as a pdf.

07/12/2017

Proposals for built development threatens the Frankston section of the South East Green Wedge

Author: 
Defenders of the South East Green Wedge

On 18 July Frankston Council approved plans for a very large double storey ‘place of worship’ on the corner of Boundary and Frankston Dandenong Roads, Carrum Downs, in the South East Green Wedge. The complex also includes two ancillary buildings, a guest house, a caretaker's house and a barn, with a combined footprint exceeding that of the Bunnings Frankston building.

04/08/2016

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