Planning for Melbourne
Melbourne's Strategic Planning History
Melbourne is consistently recognised as one of the world's most liveable cities, and has a long history of planning for its capital city. This page lists the current plan for Melbourne along with links to all previous plans.
Released in 2014, Plan Melbourne outlines a vision for Melbourne's growth to the year 2050. It seeks to define what kind of city Melbourne will be and identifies the infrastructure, services and major projects needed.
The Government has committed to refreshing Plan Melbourne, to ensure it accurately reflects community and expert priorities and advice.
Visit the Plan Melbourne page for more information.
All of Melbourne's previous strategic plans between the year 2000 and Plan Melbourne.
Delivering Melbourne's newest sustainable communities outlined an integrated approach to land use, transport and environmental initiatives, including the Urban Growth Boundary and Growth Areas Infrastructure Contribution.
Melbourne @ 5 million set out a number of policy initiatives in relation to 2008 population projections that were complementary to the directions of Melbourne 2030.
Planning for all of Melbourne was the Government's response to the audit of Melbourne 2030.
An independent audit of Melbourne 2030 provided recommendations on the implementation of Melbourne 2030.
This document set out a strategic approach to development in Melbourne's Growth Areas.
Designed as the long term plan for managing Melbourne's growth and development.