Planning Scheme Amendments

A planning scheme sets out policies and requirements for the use, development and protection of land.

The process for an amendment to the Planning Scheme is set out in the Planning and Environment Act 1987.  An amendment can involve a change to the written part of the scheme (ordinance) and/or to a map.

An amendment can be initiated by a planning authority (including Council) or by any person.   A proponent must be able to demonstrate adequate justification as to why an amendment should be prepared.  Before an amendment can be prepared, it must be authorised by the Minister for Planning.

For more information about the Planning Scheme Amendment process visit the Department of Transport, Planning & Local Infrastructure.

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C192 - 20 Darling Street, South Yarra

12 May 2014


C190 – 661 Chapel Street, South Yarra

24 February 2014


C189 - Toorak House Precinct Permanent Heritage Controls 

6 June 2014


C187 - New Residential Zones

9 July 2014


C186 – Increase to Public Open Space Contributions

13 June 2014


C184 – Proposed Public Acquisition Overlay Over Specified Land

28 May 2014


C181 - The Avenue, Windsor Heritage Overlay

14 April 2014


C180 – Proposed Public Acquisition Overlay Over Specified Land

22 November 2013


C177 – Environmentally Efficient Design Policy

17 April 2014


C175 – Neighbourhood Character Local Policy

6 May 2014


C174 – Chapel Street North Boulevard

28 January 2014


C173 – Dandenong Road Review

12 September 2013


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