Structure Plans (and Precinct 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.
If you have any questions you can contact Council's Strategic Planning team on 9518 3250. Alternatively, you can visit the Civic Centre at 293 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley during business hours.
Current Structure Plans
There is one structure plan currently being prepared:
Adopted Structure and Precinct Plans
There are six adopted structure or precinct plans for the City of Monash’s Activity Centres:
The Huntingdale Precinct Plan was adopted by Council on 27 March 2020.
More information: Huntingdale Precinct Plan
The Clayton Precinct Plan was adopted by Council on 28 January 2020.
More information: Clayton Activity Centre Precinct
Adopted by Council in October 2013. Amendment C86, which implements the structure plan, was gazetted on 16 August 2018.
Brandon Park Major Activity Centre - Structure Plan (pdf, 1MB)
The BPMAC Structure Plan addresses both the development and management of public infrastructure, in streets and parks and walkways, and sets private property parameters for preferred land uses, built form, heights and siting
The Glen Waverley Activity Centre Masterplan was adopted by Council on 23 September 2013. The Structure Plan was adopted by Council on 30 September 2014.
For more information, see Glen Waverley Activity Centre
Adopted by Council - 28 August 2012. Amendment C93 gazetted on 30 May 2013.
Oakleigh Major Activity Centre - Structure Plan (pdf, 2MB)
The purpose and function of the Oakleigh MAC Structure Plan is to plan future growth in order to manage change to the physical environment and activities within the Oakleigh Major Activity Centre.
Adopted by Council - 7 August 2007. Amendment C59 gazetted on 23 December 2008.
Wheelers Hill Neighbourhood Activity Centre - Structure-Plan - Part 1 (pdf, 9MB)
Wheelers Hill Neighbourhood Activity Centre - Structure Plan - Part 2 (pdf, 7MB)