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About Amendment C219more
Amendment C219more proposed to remove the Specific Controls Overlay - Schedule 4 from 42 St Phillip Street, Brunswick East.
The Specific Controls Overlay - Schedule 4 limits the development of the land to one dwelling.
What does Amendment C219more do?
The Amendment makes the following changes to the Merri-bek Planning Scheme:
- Amends Planning Scheme Map 15(SCO) to delete Specific Controls Overlay - Schedule 4 from 42 St Phillip Street, Brunswick East.
- Amends the Schedule to Clause 45.12 - Specific Controls Overlay to delete reference to Specific Controls Overlay - Schedule 4.
- Amends the Schedule to Clause 72.04 - Documents incorporated into this Scheme to delete the incorporated document: City of Merri-bek Residential Development at 42 St Phillips Street, Brunswick East, 23 May 2003.
Amendment C219more has been approved by the Minister of Planning and the changes are now in the Merri-bek Planning Scheme (Gazetted 29 June 2023).
Below is a list of exhibition documents for this amendment:
- Explanatory report
- Instruction sheet
- Proposed Schedule to Clause 45.12 (Specific Controls Overlay)
- Proposed Schedule to Clause 72.04 (Documents incorporated into this Scheme)
- Proposed Planning Scheme Map 15(SCO)
Below is a list of other documents related to this amendment:
- Council Report - Gateway 1 - Amendment C219more - Authorisation and Exhibition - 13 July 2022
- Council Minutes - Gateway 1 - Amendment C219more - Authorisation and Exhibition - 13 July 2022
- Council Report - Gateway 2 - Amendment C219more - Exhibition Outcomes - 9 December 2022
- Council Minutes - Gateway 2 - Amendment C219more - Exhibition Outcomes - 9 December 2022
- Council Report 7.7 - C219 Gateway 3 - Consideration of Panel and Decision on the Amendment (PDF)
- Council Action Memo 7.7 - C219 Gateway 3 - Consideration of Panel and Decision on the Amendment (PDF)
- Merri-bek C219more Panel Report.
August 2022: Authorisation from the Minister to exhibit Amendment C219more (Completed).
8 September to 14 October 2022: Public exhibition of Amendment C219more (Completed)
9 November 2022: Report to Council to consider submissions (Deferred)
7 December 2022: Report to Council to consider submissions (Completed)
24 January 2023: Directions Hearing (Completed)
27 & 28 February 2023: Panel Hearing (Completed)
12 April 2023: Council consideration of Panel report and decision on the Amendment (Completed)
April 2023: Submit amendment to the Minister for Planning for approval (Completed)
29 June 2023: Gazettal of the approved by the Minister for Planning
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Natural justice and transparency are important parts of the Planning Scheme Amendment process. Council must make all submissions to an Amendment available for any person to inspect at its offices for a period of two months after the Amendment is finalised. This is a requirement of the Planning and Environment Act 1987. This includes all personal information such as names, address details, phone numbers email addresses. Your submission may also be emailed or posted to interested parties during the Planning Scheme amendment process.
Publication of Submissions on our website
We will make all submissions available to view online on its website during the Planning Scheme Amendment process. All submissions made available online will be redacted to remove personal names, telephone, and address details. Submissions will be removed from the website once the Amendment is finalised.
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