Long term planning in Moonee Valley involves the management of the Moonee Valley Planning Scheme.
A planning scheme is a document that has two main sections:
- The first outlines what we see as the future direction for land use and development in Moonee Valley. It also has policies on issues such as heritage buildings, the environment, and car parking.
- The second contains zones and overlays, which show you whether a property is for residential, industrial or business use. They detail what you are allowed to do on your land.
You can view the Moonee Valley Planning Scheme, including zoning and overlay maps, through the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) website. Historical data is also available on there.
Planning Scheme amendments are when we make a change to a local policy or the zoning and/or overlay that applies to a property.
An overview of the amendment process is outlined within the Planning Scheme amendment fact sheet (pdf, 359KB).
|C207moon||MPAC to 2040: Moonee Ponds Activity Centre Local Plan||Submitted to the Minister for Authorisation|
|C203moon||Signage in the Public Park and Recreation Zone||Submitted to the Minister for Authorisation|
|C194moon||Moonee Valley Development Contributions Plan 2018||Panel Report|
|C193moon||Introducing MV2040 and the Planning Policy Framework||Submitted to the Minister for Approval|
|C195||Heritage Controls for 89 Glass Street, Essendon||Abandoned by Council|
|C192||Heritage Controls for 148 Ascot Vale Road, Flemington||Refused for Authorisation|
|C186||Heritage Controls for 5 Alma Street, Aberfeldie||Approved by the Minister|
|C182||Heritage Controls for 62-68 Buckley Street, Essendon||Approved by the Minister for Planning|
|C179||Permanent controls for trees identifies in the Significant Tree Register 2018||Approved by the Minister for Planning|
|C169||Anomalies||Approved by the Minister for Planning|
|C164||Heritage Controls for places and precincts identified in the Heritage Study 2015||Approved by the Minister for Planning|
|C163||Planning Scheme Amendment C163 – City of Moonee Valley Heritage Guidelines||Approved by the Minister for Planning|
|C154||Rezoning 5 Treadwell Road||Approved by the Minister for Planning|
|C151||Moonee Valley Flood review||Approved by the Minister for Planning|
|C150||1-5 Term Street, Strathmore||Approved by the Minister for Planning|
|C148||Rezoning and Proposed Redevelopment of 9 Newsom Street, Ascot Vale||Approved by the Minister|
|C149||Significant Trees Review||Approved by the Minister for Planning|
|C140||Gaming Policy||Approved by the Minister for Planning|
|C134||Planning Scheme Review||Approved by the Minister for Planning|
|C132||Moonee Ponds Activity Centre Car Parking Plan||Refused by the Minister for Planning|
|C100||Moonee Ponds Activity Centre Zone||Approved by the Minister for Planning|
For more information on planning schemes and amendments, contact us on 9243 8888 or alternatively please visit 'Planning Scheme Amendments Online' through the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website.
Review of the Moonee Valley Planning Scheme
Under the Planning and Environment Act 1987, a planning scheme must be reviewed regularly to ensure that it is up to date. This includes reflecting local strategic direction, addressing key issues currently facing the municipality, and anticipating potential challenges.
The purpose of a planning scheme review is to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the planning scheme in achieving:
- the objectives of planning in Victoria
- the objectives and strategies of the planning scheme, including the SPPF and the LPPF
- a thorough review of the schemes provisions, such as the local planning policies, zones, overlays and schedules, and whether they facilitate the objectives and strategies of the planning scheme.
To successful carry out this work, we must:
- identify the major planning issues facing the municipality
- demonstrate how it implements the SPPF
- assess the LPPF strategic performance alongside the SPPF
- document the strategic work that has been completed or carried out since the previous review, including any additional work required to strengthen its strategic direction
- identify new strategic work necessary to support future policy development or changes
- outline the consultation process and its outcomes
- make recommendations arising from the review.