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The Access and Equity Framework 2013-2017 provides Council with a strong basis to plan, develop, implement and monitor policies, programs and actions across the whole of organisation.
An Access Through Reserves Permit is required for all circumstances where a property owner and/or their contractor require access to private property through an adjoining Council Reserve or Property for building works or similar.
The majority of land in Victoria does not attract Land Tax, however, every person who acquires land in Victoria must give notice to the Victorian Registrar of Titles. This must be done within one month of acquiring the land.
This policy provides guidance to Council, and community groups and clubs, on the development of sporting and recreation facilities including new facilities and the upgrade of existing facilities on Council owned land.
Monash Council identified the need to develop an Active Reserves Strategy to understand the needs of clubs and guide the future provision of sport and sporting facility development within the muncipality.
Structure Plans aim to provide a long term framework to guide development in and around each of the centres that are designated as the preferred focus for additional development.
In June 2015, Council adopted the Age Friendly Monash Plan. The plan aims to improve the living experiences of Monash's older adults.
Information and assistance for the owners of dogs that bark persistently and persons adversely affected by the barking.
Information on how to register your animal or renew registration, regulations, wildlife and pest control, and other useful resources.
Monash residents receive one FREE annual collection of hard waste each year.
The City of Monash Annual Report 2011-2012 provides a comprehensive account of Council’s performance from 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012.
The City of Monash Annual Report 2011-2012 provides a comprehensive account of Council’s performance from 1 July 2012 to 30 June 2013.
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