Transforming Glen Huntly together

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In 2017, we asked what you love about your shopping strip and your city. This consultation was conducted in all activity centres in Glen Eira and helped to inform the development of Glen Eira’s Activity Centre, Housing and Local Economy Strategy and Quality Design Guidelines.

Council is now working with the Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) to develop a Structure Plan for the Caulfield Station Precinct and Glen Huntly activity centres.

Several key activities attract workers, residents and visitors to the area including Monash University’s Caulfield campus, Caulfield Racecourse, Glen Eira College, retail opportunities within Derby Road and Glen Huntly Road, as well as parks and recreational areas (Booran Reserve, Glen Huntly Park, East Caulfield Recreation Reserve).

Structure Planning will help to connect both activity centres over time in a way that leverages combined opportunities and supports local business and innovation, education, recreation, transport interchange, place-making and housing opportunities.

In 2018, the Victorian Government committed to provide funding for Level Crossing Removals at Neerim Road and Glen Huntly Road in Glen Huntly. The projects been scheduled to occur before 2025. Based on value capture associated with level crossing removal elsewhere, the potential value capture in this location makes it worthwhile for Council to undertake structure planning for Glen Huntly now and prepare for future changes with our community in advance.

Next Steps for Glen Huntly

In October and November 2019, the community were engaged to provide feedback to inform the next stage (Stage 2) of developing a draft Structure Plan for Glen Huntly Click here to view the document.

This second stage in the process of developing a draft Structure Plan built on past engagement and ideas shared with Council on what people value most about Glen Huntly and how it can become a better place for everyone in the future. Eight Key Directions for Glen Huntly were developed from these ideas Click here to view the document.

In Stage 2 we sought your feedback on these Key Directions as well as design ideas for the planned two Glen Huntly level crossing removals.

Consultation for Caulfield Station Precinct
At the same time, the Victorian Planning Authority invited community feedback on key ideas for the Caulfield Station Precinct. Find out more here: www.vpa.vic.gov.au/project/caulfield-station-precinct/


Input for both consultations closed on 26 November and results are now being collated. Thank you to everyone who participated.

To receive updates from Council as the project progresses, please subscribe for project updates via the 'Stay Informed' box to the right of this page.

For further information, contact Council's City Futures Department on 9524 3333.


In 2017, we asked what you love about your shopping strip and your city. This consultation was conducted in all activity centres in Glen Eira and helped to inform the development of Glen Eira’s Activity Centre, Housing and Local Economy Strategy and Quality Design Guidelines.

Council is now working with the Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) to develop a Structure Plan for the Caulfield Station Precinct and Glen Huntly activity centres.

Several key activities attract workers, residents and visitors to the area including Monash University’s Caulfield campus, Caulfield Racecourse, Glen Eira College, retail opportunities within Derby Road and Glen Huntly Road, as well as parks and recreational areas (Booran Reserve, Glen Huntly Park, East Caulfield Recreation Reserve).

Structure Planning will help to connect both activity centres over time in a way that leverages combined opportunities and supports local business and innovation, education, recreation, transport interchange, place-making and housing opportunities.

In 2018, the Victorian Government committed to provide funding for Level Crossing Removals at Neerim Road and Glen Huntly Road in Glen Huntly. The projects been scheduled to occur before 2025. Based on value capture associated with level crossing removal elsewhere, the potential value capture in this location makes it worthwhile for Council to undertake structure planning for Glen Huntly now and prepare for future changes with our community in advance.

Next Steps for Glen Huntly

In October and November 2019, the community were engaged to provide feedback to inform the next stage (Stage 2) of developing a draft Structure Plan for Glen Huntly Click here to view the document.

This second stage in the process of developing a draft Structure Plan built on past engagement and ideas shared with Council on what people value most about Glen Huntly and how it can become a better place for everyone in the future. Eight Key Directions for Glen Huntly were developed from these ideas Click here to view the document.

In Stage 2 we sought your feedback on these Key Directions as well as design ideas for the planned two Glen Huntly level crossing removals.

Consultation for Caulfield Station Precinct
At the same time, the Victorian Planning Authority invited community feedback on key ideas for the Caulfield Station Precinct. Find out more here: www.vpa.vic.gov.au/project/caulfield-station-precinct/


Input for both consultations closed on 26 November and results are now being collated. Thank you to everyone who participated.

To receive updates from Council as the project progresses, please subscribe for project updates via the 'Stay Informed' box to the right of this page.

For further information, contact Council's City Futures Department on 9524 3333.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Take our survey to provide your feedback on key ideas and directions for the future planning of Glen Huntly.

    Take our survey to provide your feedback on key ideas and directions for the future planning of Glen Huntly.

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    Glen Eira City Council is inviting local community members and a broad range of stakeholder groups to share their views and ideas regarding the potential future of the Glen Huntly Major Activity Centre (‘the Precinct’) via this survey.

    These questions explore what you currently do in the Precinct, what you think about the Precinct and what you would like to see and do in the Precinct in the future.

    The survey will be open until Sunday 9 June 2019.

    Thanks for taking the time to participate in this survey.

    First, a bit of background:

    Glen Eira City Council is inviting local community members and a broad range of stakeholder groups to share their views and ideas regarding the potential future of the Glen Huntly Major Activity Centre (‘the Precinct’) via this survey.

    These questions explore what you currently do in the Precinct, what you think about the Precinct and what you would like to see and do in the Precinct in the future.

    The survey will be open until Sunday 9 June 2019.

    Thanks for taking the time to participate in this survey.

    First, a bit of background:
    • The Glen Huntly Major Activity Centre has been identified as an area with great potential for future growth and investment, that will be guided by a structure planning process.
    • A Major Activity Centre is a key area that provides for a range of functions and uses, including services, employment, housing, public transport and social interaction.
    • A Structure Plan is a long-term plan that guides the direction for and Council’s decisions for future growth within an activity centre and how it will be managed.
    • Located within the municipality of Glen Eira, the Glen Huntly Major Activity Centre includes the Glen Huntly train station, convenience retail along Glenhuntly Road, the award-winning Booran Reserve, and diverse residential neighbourhoods.
    • Structure planning will be informed by extensive feedback and input from Glen Huntly’s community.
    • This engagement process will build on past engagement and further understand the local community’s aspirations for Glen Huntly – what people value most about it and how it can become a better place for everyone in the future.
    • This is an exciting opportunity to reimagine and shape positive outcomes for this developing and changing Precinct.
    • Community and stakeholder input from this engagement will inform a shared vision and strategic directions for the Structure Plan, which will guide future growth and ensure positive public/community outcomes. This will be made available to the public and will inform the next phase of the planning process.

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  • CLOSED: This survey closed 13 June.

    Please provide feedback about the draft Activity Centre, Housing and Local Economy Strategy.

    Please provide feedback about the draft Activity Centre, Housing and Local Economy Strategy.

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  • CLOSED: This survey closed 9 April.

    Council recently sought your feedback on why you love your shopping strip. We received great feedback from the community and have used this information to develop a draft vision and objectives for Glen Huntly. Tell us what you think

    Council recently sought your feedback on why you love your shopping strip. We received great feedback from the community and have used this information to develop a draft vision and objectives for Glen Huntly. Tell us what you think

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  • CLOSED: This survey closed on 19 February.





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