Interwar, Post-war and Early Modern Neighbourhood Character Overlays
Stonnington City Council has prepared Amendment C285 to the Stonnington Planning Scheme, proposing to apply Neighbourhood Character Overlays and a Design and Development Overlay to four identified precincts.
Current stage: exhibition of Amendment C285
Amendment C285 will be exhibited from 10 October to 11 November 2019. During this time, any affected person may make a submission to Council supporting, opposing or requesting changes to the Amendment.
Submissions must be made in writing with the submitter's name and contact address, clearly stating the grounds on which the Amendment is supported or opposed, and indicating what changes (if any) the submitter wishes to suggest.
A submission must be sent or emailed by Monday 11 November 2019 to:
Following exhibition, Council will consider any submissions received and deliberate whether to refer submissions to an independent panel appointed by the Minister for Planning.
For more information, please contact Strategic Planning on 8290 1395 or email email@example.com
Stonnington City Council has prepared Amendment C285 to the Stonnington Planning Scheme, proposing to apply Neighbourhood Character Overlays and a Design and Development Overlay to four identified precincts. These precincts are:
Lalbert Crescent Precinct, Prahran
- 535-541 (odd numbers) Orrong Road
- All properties in Lalbert Crescent
- 21-27 Kelvin Grove
Cairnes Crescent Precinct, Malvern East
- All properties in Cairnes Crescent, except numbers 12 and 47-55
Bruce Street Precinct, Malvern East
- All properties in Bruce Street
- 29-33 (odd numbers) and 48-62 (even numbers) Sutherland Street
- 1 and 3 Paul Street
- 1-8 Thomas Street
Camino Terrace Precinct, Malvern East
- 1-7 (odd numbers) and 2-18 (even numbers) Ramona Avenue
- 2-16 Camino Terrace
Amendment C285 implements the findings of Stonnington Neighbourhood Character studies, particularly the Neighbourhood Character Review Addendum 2019. This review confirms previous findings that the above-mentioned Interwar, Post-war and Early Modern precincts exhibit a distinctive neighbourhood character that requires protection and enhancement.
C285 Exhibited Documents