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Guy calls for more discussion on plan

12 Nov 2013

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Planning Minister Matthew Guy has put a call out for more discussion around the Plan Melbourne document, which outlines the future planning for Melbourne’s growth up until 2050.

Plan Melbourne was produced as an overarching document and includes information about many matters that have been discussed at length in Southbank such as capital city zones, density, green space and community amenities for high-density areas.

Mr Guy said the Government was ready and willing to take on board what the community had to say.

“The Victorian Government is committed to listening to the voices of the community so that we remain the world’s most livable city and a global city of opportunity and choice,” Mr Guy explained.

“The contributions to date have ensured that Plan Melbourne has a truly integrated approach to land use, infrastructure delivery and transport planning,” he added.

Plan Melbourne was released earlier this year after two years of consultation.

Around 10,000 Melburnians had their say on the document while it was in drafting stages and there will now be more forums to discuss the completed plan.

There will be a community event at 253 Flinders Lane for inner city residents and you can also check out the plan on the website www.planmelbourne.com.au

The plan is open for comment until December 6.

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