The Amendment applies to a small number of properties and proposes to make the changes as outlined below.
2 to 18 Miller Crescent, Mount Waverley (residential properties adjoining the railway corridor):
Rezone the rear of these properties from Public Use Zone 4 (PUZ4) to the Neighbourhood Residential Zone – Schedule 3 (NRZ3) to reflect VicTrack’s disposal of the land to the adjoining landowners. The Vegetation Protection Overlay is also applied to land that is rezoned.
277 Huntingdale Road, Chadstone (a property on the edge of a local shopping strip:
Rezone the existing shop from the General Residential Zone - Schedule 2 (GRZ2) to the Commercial 1 Zone (C1Z).
27 Regent Street, Mount Waverley (a residential property adjoining Valley Reserve):
Rezone land along the northern boundary of this site from the Public Park and Recreation Zone to the Neighbourhood Residential Zone - Schedule 2 (NRZ2) to reflect a successful historic adverse possession claim. The Vegetation Protection Overlay is also applied to land that is rezoned.
49 Westerfield Drive, Notting Hill (a property on the edge of a local shopping strip):
Rezone the existing shop from the General Residential Zone - Schedule 3 (GRZ3) to the Commercial 1 Zone (C1Z).
12, 14-16 Dixon Street, Clayton (car park associated with the Monash Medical Centre):
Rezone land from the Residential Growth Zone – Schedule 3 (RGZ3) to the Public Use Zone 3 (PUZ3) to reflect its ownership by the Monash Medical Centre and its use as a car park for the hospital.
Documents exhibited on the Shape Monash page:
- Notice of Amendment
- Explanatory Report
- Instruction Sheet
- Amendment Maps
These documents are also available to view in hardcopy at the Civic Centre, 293 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley or electronically on the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) website - www.delwp.vic.gov.au/public-inspection
Any person who may be affected by the amendment can make a submission. The closing date for submissions is 5pm on Monday, 28 June 2021.
You can make a submission in the following ways:
In accordance with the Planning and Environment Act 1987, all submissions must be available for inspection by the public, for 2 months after an amendment is implemented or lapses. Council must make a copy of every submission for any person to inspect free of charge. Council may be required to provide electronic copies of submissions on request (to the public) or publish them on our website. In this instance, we will make reasonable efforts to redact individuals’ identifying information such as their name, residential address, email address and telephone numbers.
At the Council meeting on 23 February 2021, Council resolved to seek authorisation to prepare and exhibit this amendment to the Monash Planning Scheme.
More information: Council Meeting Agenda - 23 February 2021 (refer to Item 1.5)