East Village

At the Council meeting on 7th February 2017 Council resolved to enter into a partnership with the Victorian Planning Authority to assist Council officers in assessing and preparing a Structure Plan for East Village.

Council has been leading the community engagement to inform any future plan for this important strategic site, with the aim of seeking as broad community input as possible.

The Draft concept plan for East Village was approved for community consultation at the 4 July Council meeting.

We sought feedback on this draft between 10 July and 6 August. The community feedback which we received can be viewed here.

We are now using this feedback to help develop a draft structure plan. We will seek further feedback on this in late October.

Previous consultation

East Village structure plan community forum - 24 May

The community forum started the conversation about structure planning for East Village and will help to inform the development of a structure plan. 64 people attended the forum - view the meeting notes here.

Survey

A survey was conducted between 10 March and 16 April. 262 completed the survey - view a snap-shot of what we heard.

At the Council meeting on 7th February 2017 Council resolved to enter into a partnership with the Victorian Planning Authority to assist Council officers in assessing and preparing a Structure Plan for East Village.

Council has been leading the community engagement to inform any future plan for this important strategic site, with the aim of seeking as broad community input as possible.

The Draft concept plan for East Village was approved for community consultation at the 4 July Council meeting.

We sought feedback on this draft between 10 July and 6 August. The community feedback which we received can be viewed here.

We are now using this feedback to help develop a draft structure plan. We will seek further feedback on this in late October.

Previous consultation

East Village structure plan community forum - 24 May

The community forum started the conversation about structure planning for East Village and will help to inform the development of a structure plan. 64 people attended the forum - view the meeting notes here.

Survey

A survey was conducted between 10 March and 16 April. 262 completed the survey - view a snap-shot of what we heard.

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  • CLOSED: This discussion concluded on 6 August.

    The Draft Concept Plan for East Village was approved for community consultation at the 4 July Council meeting. We are still finalising the consultation materials however we know many people are keen to see the Draft Concept Plan so here is a sneak peak from the Council meeting report.

    If you have any feedback let us know below. We will seek more detailed feedback  once the consultation material is available so please check back soon.



    The Draft Concept Plan for East Village was approved for community consultation at the 4 July Council meeting. We are still finalising the consultation materials however we know many people are keen to see the Draft Concept Plan so here is a sneak peak from the Council meeting report.

    If you have any feedback let us know below. We will seek more detailed feedback  once the consultation material is available so please check back soon.



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    Existing businesses can remain in place or elect to redevelop.

    A commercial precinct that will focus on maximising a mix of jobs.

    Heights in the area are between four and six storeys.

    Existing businesses can remain in place or elect to redevelop.

    A commercial precinct that will focus on maximising a mix of jobs.

    Heights in the area are between four and six storeys.

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    Local jobs and shop-top housing.

    Retail services, including supermarkets and shops.

    Pedestrian-friendly laneways and a town square.

    Heights in this area transition from four storeys along East Boundary Road to eight storeys towards the centre of the precinct.


    Local jobs and shop-top housing.

    Retail services, including supermarkets and shops.

    Pedestrian-friendly laneways and a town square.

    Heights in this area transition from four storeys along East Boundary Road to eight storeys towards the centre of the precinct.


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    Extensive new office areas to provide opportunities for local jobs and start-up businesses.

    Consolidated car parking to minimise street-level parking.

    Pedestrian-friendly laneways and a town square.

    Heights in this area range between four and six storeys.


    Extensive new office areas to provide opportunities for local jobs and start-up businesses.

    Consolidated car parking to minimise street-level parking.

    Pedestrian-friendly laneways and a town square.

    Heights in this area range between four and six storeys.


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    Townhouses and apartments to accommodate family households.

    New pedestrian paths that will allow access to Virginia Park from the precinct.

    Heights in this area range between two to four storeys.


    Townhouses and apartments to accommodate family households.

    New pedestrian paths that will allow access to Virginia Park from the precinct.

    Heights in this area range between two to four storeys.


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    Maintain the leafy character of Bentleigh East.

    Family-sized townhouses and terraces.

    Building types and sizes to reflect surrounding residential areas.

    Heights in this area range between two and three storeys.


    Maintain the leafy character of Bentleigh East.

    Family-sized townhouses and terraces.

    Building types and sizes to reflect surrounding residential areas.

    Heights in this area range between two and three storeys.


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    A variety of open spaces that serve the existing population as well as the new community of residents and workers.

    A connected network of parks linked by dedicated off-road shared user paths.


    A variety of open spaces that serve the existing population as well as the new community of residents and workers.

    A connected network of parks linked by dedicated off-road shared user paths.


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    A mixed use area that provides flexible office and commercial uses at lower levels, with residential dwellings above.

    Diverse housing options, potentially including aged care, student housing and family-sized apartments.

    • Heights in this area  range between six and eight storeys.


    A mixed use area that provides flexible office and commercial uses at lower levels, with residential dwellings above.

    Diverse housing options, potentially including aged care, student housing and family-sized apartments.

    • Heights in this area  range between six and eight storeys.


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    Co-location of education and other community facilities.

    Opportunity to explore partnerships with local education providers.

    Heights in this area range between three and four storeys.


    Co-location of education and other community facilities.

    Opportunity to explore partnerships with local education providers.

    Heights in this area range between three and four storeys.


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