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Amendment C148 Rezoning and proposed redevelopment of 9 Newsom Street Ascot Vale

Council has prepared Amendment C148 to the Moonee Valley Planning Scheme in order to allow the development to be considered.

The amendment proposes to:

  • rezone 9 Newsom Street, Ascot Vale from Industrial Zone (IN1Z) to General Residential Zone (GRZ)
  • apply an Environmental Audit Overlay (EAO) to 9 Newsom Street, Ascot Vale. This is a planning tool to ensure that land formerly used for industry is suitable for sensitive uses such as housing
  • apply a new Design and Development Overlay (DDO13) to 9 Newsom Street, Ascot Vale. This is used to set design objectives and development requirements for new buildings
  • delete Development Plan Overlay 4 (DDO4) from part of the site

The planning application and amendment documents are available now by clicking on the links below. 

February 2017 update - revised plans

Following exhibition of the combined amendment and permit application and in response to submissions received, the applicant (PDJ Crew Pty Ltd) has submitted revised plans which seek to address concerns raised.

Amended documents include:

Council has invited parties to the application to a consultation meeting to discuss revised plans at the Civic Centre, 9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds (Entrance via Pascoe Vale Road) on Wednesday, 8 March 2017 at 7.15pm.

It is not compulsory to attend the consultation. Any written submission received will still be considered by Council and an Independent Planning Panel before a decision is made on the application.

December 2016 update

The amendment was exhibited from 27 October to 1 December 2016. Council officers are currently reviewing 40 submissions received during the exhibition period.

Submissions will be independently reviewed by Planning Panels Victoria. Council has notified the panel of submissions received and is awaiting confirmation of proposed hearing dates. All submitters will be notified of any formal processes moving forward.

What is the process from here?

The combined amendment and the planning permit will not be eligible for appeals to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT). Any objections to the proposed permit and the amendment will be considered by the formal panel appointed to consider submissions.

Planning permit application documents

Planning scheme amendment documents

Further information

For further information about the amendment or the permit application, please contact:

Matt Spozio (Principal Planner/Appeals Advocate)
Phone: 9243 8755


David Kilroe (Strategic Planner)
Phone: 9243 9140

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