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Elevated view towards along William Street towards Lonsdale Street Melbourne Vic (high-res)

City of Melbourne Heritage Policy Review

The City of Melbourne have progressed a much-needed Planning Scheme Amendment to review and update the heritage policies and gradings that guide the development of…

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UPDATE: A win for the National Trust as the Heritage Council agrees to amend the registration for the Richmond Maltings Complex

As outlined on our blog back in November 2016, and in our post last week, the National Trust has been actively campaigning for the future preservation of…

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QVM environs

Queen Vic Market planning controls set to be relaxed

The loss of height controls at the southern end of the site will allow development with unrestricted height over the sheds at the Franklin Street boundary….

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Bourke Hill precinct

Bourke Hill/Parliamentary Precinct heritage & height controls

In 2014 the former Minister for Planning Matthew Guy proposed mandatory height controls for some of the Bourke Hill/Parliamentary precinct and his department prepared the…

Cit of Melbourne – overshadowing and height controls

On 10 February 2015 Cnr. Cathy Oke successfully moved a motion at the City of Melbourne Future Melbourne Committee for commencement of a full review…

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Forum Theatre and proposed hotel tower

The proposed restoration of the Forum Theatre is a welcome proposition by the Marriner Group. This exotic one-of-a-kind building has endured (enjoyed?) a very decayed…

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Maribyrnong Amendment C125

Exhibited in July 2013, Amendment C125 introduces the Activity Centre Zone (ACZ) into the planning scheme and updates the Heritage Overlay to provide individual heritage protection to…