Transforming Gardenvale together

Glen Eira is changing, with new developments, level crossing removals and station works.

This page will keep you up to date with the changes happening in Gardenvale shopping strip and let you join in the conversation to help shape the future of your shopping strip.

Stage four: Quality design principles 26 July to 3 September 2017

Council is seeking feedback on its Quality Design Principles which introduce design principles and preferred building types for Glen Eira. The Principles respond to community concerns about development in Glen Eira, as well as achieving the community’s aspirations for reinvigorated activity centres.

Community feedback on this document will inform Council’s Quality Design Guidelines.

The Quality Design Guidelines will build on the Quality Design Principles to provide direction for future residential, commercial, mixed use and urban renewal development for the whole of Glen Eira. This will include further information on setbacks, heights and building design. Further feedback will be sought on the guidelines before seeking adoption by Council.

View the draft Quality Design Principles and tell us what you think.


Stage three: Activity Centre, Housing and Local Economy Strategy - 24 May to 13 June

The Activity Centre, Housing and Local Economy Strategy was adopted at the 25 July Council meeting

Stage two: Transforming our neighbourhoods together - 10 March to 9 April

Over 1,000 surveys were completed across Glen Eira's 17 activity centres plus East Village.

Stage one: Shopping strip survey - November 2016 to February 2017.

35 surveys were completed for Gardenvale. Over 2,100 people completed the survey in total across Glen Eira's 17 activity centres. View the full consultation report and one page summary for each centre.


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

Glen Eira is changing, with new developments, level crossing removals and station works.

This page will keep you up to date with the changes happening in Gardenvale shopping strip and let you join in the conversation to help shape the future of your shopping strip.

Stage four: Quality design principles 26 July to 3 September 2017

Council is seeking feedback on its Quality Design Principles which introduce design principles and preferred building types for Glen Eira. The Principles respond to community concerns about development in Glen Eira, as well as achieving the community’s aspirations for reinvigorated activity centres.

Community feedback on this document will inform Council’s Quality Design Guidelines.

The Quality Design Guidelines will build on the Quality Design Principles to provide direction for future residential, commercial, mixed use and urban renewal development for the whole of Glen Eira. This will include further information on setbacks, heights and building design. Further feedback will be sought on the guidelines before seeking adoption by Council.

View the draft Quality Design Principles and tell us what you think.


Stage three: Activity Centre, Housing and Local Economy Strategy - 24 May to 13 June

The Activity Centre, Housing and Local Economy Strategy was adopted at the 25 July Council meeting

Stage two: Transforming our neighbourhoods together - 10 March to 9 April

Over 1,000 surveys were completed across Glen Eira's 17 activity centres plus East Village.

Stage one: Shopping strip survey - November 2016 to February 2017.

35 surveys were completed for Gardenvale. Over 2,100 people completed the survey in total across Glen Eira's 17 activity centres. View the full consultation report and one page summary for each centre.


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