Plan Melbourne refresh - submissions analysis May 2016
Plan Melbourne Metropolitan Planning Strategy Submissions Analysis May 2016
This report was independently prepared for the State Government by Capire Consulting.
This summary does not provide the state government’s response to the main messages but aims only to overview what organisations and individuals said.
A total of 315 ‘unique’ submissions were received. A further 82 submissions were received from individuals associated with two golf clubs seeking to have land included within the urban growth boundary. These submissions took the form of a campaign, were single issue and related to two specific sites. These submissions were treated as two individual submissions (one for each golf club).
This following documentation is my extraction from the State Government’s recently released Plan Melbourne Metropolitan Planning Strategy Submissions Analysis May 2016 of content relevant to the issues of the Green Wedge Coalition as detailed in our submission to Plan Melbourne refresh process made in December last year.
Included with the extracted content are my initial comments.
The single most highlighted issue raised for the future of the Green Wedges is locking in the urban growth boundary.
My full report is attached.
PS: To see the full original State Government report google Plan Melbourne Metropolitan Planning Strategy Submissions Analysis May 2016.