In October 2016, Council sought community feedback on changes to redevelopment plans for The Glen Shopping Centre.
In mid-2015, Council had approved a permit for a $500 million redevelopment of the site. The permit holder sought permission to amend its permit to:
- Increase the overall number of apartments from 427 apartments to 539 apartments
- Increase the height of the smallest tower from 9 storeys to 12 storeys
- Reduce a requirement that 20% of dwellings be three bedroom to make it that 5% of dwellings be three bedroom.
At its 29 November 2016 meeting, Council approved an amended permit, agreeing to the request to increase the number of apartments and to increase the height of the smallest tower. Council didn't agree to reduce the percentage of three bedroom apartments to 5% - instead Council reduced this requirement to 10%.
For more information on the amended permit approved by Council, please see the following report that was adopted by Council at its 29 November 2016 meeting:
The Glen Shopping Centre - Council report 29 November 2016 meeting (PDF, 753KB)
Attachment to Council report 29 November 2016 meeting
Enquiries: James Heitmann, Principal Planner, on 9518 3628.
Here are documents that were submitted by the applicant as part of their request to amend the permit:
Amendment to Planning Permit - Town Planning Report (pdf, 7MB)
Summary of Changes (pdf, 572KB)
Redevelopment Plans - part 1 (pdf, 15MB)
Redevelopment Plans - part 2 (pdf, 12MB)
Redevelopment Plans - part 3 (pdf, 26MB)
Redevelopment Plans - part 4 (pdf, 8MB)
Glen Waverley Market Research Report (pdf, 2MB)
Traffic Engineering Assessment (pdf, 1MB)
Landscape Plan (pdf, 14MB)
Wind Analysis (pdf, 78KB)