Transforming Carnegie together

CARNEGIE STRUCTURE PLAN

The Carnegie Structure Plan was adopted at the Council Meeting. The endorsement of the Structure Plan was the culmination of over 12 months of planning and couldn’t have been achieved without community input.

The Council reports and final Structure Plan can be found in the documents library.

This major milestone in the process establishes a new policy direction and 15 year vision for Carnegie however there are still a number of steps and a lot more work required before the changes become part of the Glen Eira Planning Scheme.

Below is a brief outline of the process from here.

Status

Following the adoption of the Structure Plan, Council has been working to implement the objectives of the Plan into the Glen Eira Planning Scheme. A Planning Scheme Amendment package was endorsed by Council on Tuesday 18 December. The meeting minutes can be found at: www.gleneira.vic.gov.au/Council/Meetings-and-agendas/Council-meeting-agendas-and-minutes

The Planning Scheme Amendment has been issued to the Minister for Planning for approval to seek community feedback. Once Council receives this approval, the amendment will be publicly available for the community to make a formal submission.

WHAT IS A STRUCTURE PLAN?

The Structure Plan sets out the long-term vision for the busy central Carnegie area. It includes things
like development and future land use; transport and parking; types and heights of buildings; employment;
open spaces; infrastructure; and the preservation and protection of neighbourhood character.
Structure Plans can be used by Local and State Government to help make decisions about
developments, investments and infrastructure improvements. These Plans can also help community
members and developers know what change is expected and allowed in certain areas.

To inform the development of the Plan, we completed six stages of consultation with the Carnegie community. Links to these consultations can be found in the life cycle section.


For any questions contact Councils City Futures department on 9524 3421 or mail@gleneira.vic.gov.au

CARNEGIE STRUCTURE PLAN

The Carnegie Structure Plan was adopted at the Council Meeting. The endorsement of the Structure Plan was the culmination of over 12 months of planning and couldn’t have been achieved without community input.

The Council reports and final Structure Plan can be found in the documents library.

This major milestone in the process establishes a new policy direction and 15 year vision for Carnegie however there are still a number of steps and a lot more work required before the changes become part of the Glen Eira Planning Scheme.

Below is a brief outline of the process from here.

Status

Following the adoption of the Structure Plan, Council has been working to implement the objectives of the Plan into the Glen Eira Planning Scheme. A Planning Scheme Amendment package was endorsed by Council on Tuesday 18 December. The meeting minutes can be found at: www.gleneira.vic.gov.au/Council/Meetings-and-agendas/Council-meeting-agendas-and-minutes

The Planning Scheme Amendment has been issued to the Minister for Planning for approval to seek community feedback. Once Council receives this approval, the amendment will be publicly available for the community to make a formal submission.

WHAT IS A STRUCTURE PLAN?

The Structure Plan sets out the long-term vision for the busy central Carnegie area. It includes things
like development and future land use; transport and parking; types and heights of buildings; employment;
open spaces; infrastructure; and the preservation and protection of neighbourhood character.
Structure Plans can be used by Local and State Government to help make decisions about
developments, investments and infrastructure improvements. These Plans can also help community
members and developers know what change is expected and allowed in certain areas.

To inform the development of the Plan, we completed six stages of consultation with the Carnegie community. Links to these consultations can be found in the life cycle section.


For any questions contact Councils City Futures department on 9524 3421 or mail@gleneira.vic.gov.au