Melbourne 2030 - Planning for sustainable growth

Melbourne 2030 - Planning for sustainable growth was released in October 2002 as a 30 year plan to manage urban growth and development across metropolitan Melbourne.

A new outcomes-based metropolitan planning strategy for Melbourne will be developed, commencing in 2011.    


Melbourne 2030 - Planning for sustainable growth

Full document

An accessible version of the Melbourne 2030 document is available upon request by emailing melbourne2030@dpcd.vic.gov.au, or by phoning Information Victoria on 1300 366 356.

Document in parts

The complete version of the Melbourne 2030 report is a large file which may take time to download, therefore it is also available for downloading in smaller sections.


Melbourne 2030 technical reports

The following technical and research reports were prepared to inform the development of Melbourne 2030.

1.

Environmental Issues and their Impact on Metropolitan Strategy, August 2000 (PDF, 1.5 MB, 196 pp.)

2.

Green Wedges and Non-Urban Issues, September 2000 (PDF, 881.6 KB, 167 pp.)

3.

Globalisation, Competitiveness and Metropolitan Strategy, May 2000 - Entire Document (PDF, 2.9 MB, 145 pp.)
Globalisation, Competitiveness and Metropolitan Strategy, May 2000 - Part A (PDF, 718.8 KB, 67 pp.)
Globalisation, Competitiveness and Metropolitan Strategy, May 2000 - Part B Appendices (PDF, 2.3 MB, 78 pp.)

4.

Housing Past, Housing Future, November 2000 - Entire Document (PDF, 4.5 MB, 120 pp.)
Housing Past, Housing Future, November 2000 - Part A (PDF, 1.7 MB, 57 pp.)
Housing Past, Housing Future, November 2000 - Part B (PDF, 1.5 MB, 1 p.) 
Housing Past, Housing Future, November 2000 - Part C (PDF, 1.7 MB, 62 pp.)

5.

Melbourne and Regional Areas, April 2001 (PDF, 784.5 KB, 33 pp.)

6.

Implications of Population Change in Metropolitan Melbourne, 2000 (PDF, 423.8 KB, 37 pp.)

7.

Aspects of the Greater Melbourne freight task, November 2000 (PDF, 1.3 MB, 96 pp.)

8.

Activity Centres Review, June 2001 - Entire Document (PDF, 3.4 MB, 196 pp.)
Activity Centres Review, June 2001 - Part A (PDF, 829.2 KB, 76 pp.)
Activity Centres Review, June 2001 - Part B (PDF, 2.4 MB, 38 pp.)
Activity Centres Review, June 2001 - Part C (PDF, 314.8 KB, 80 pp.)

9.

Culture and the Metropolis, May 2001 (PDF, 442.8 KB, 49 pp.)

10.

Protecting Heritage in a Changing Melbourne, April 2002 (PDF, 1.7 MB, 32 pp.)

11.

Rural Living Development in the Metropolitan Region, May 2002 (PDF, 2.1 MB, 32 pp.)
Refer below for the maps that accompany this report.

12.

Sense of Place: Urban Design Principals for the Metropolitan Strategy, October 2002 (PDF, 1.7 MB, 122 pp.)

Appendixes to technical report 11

Overview A4 map (PDF, 879.2 KB, 1 p.) A3 map (PDF, 1.5 MB, 1 p.)    
Calder corridor A4 map 1 (PDF, 505.4 KB, 1 p.) A4 map 2 (PDF, 872.0 KB, 1 p.) A4 map 3 (PDF, 712.6 KB, 1 p.) A3 map (PDF, 1.9 MB, 1 p.)
Hume corridor A4 map 1 (PDF, 645.0 KB, 1 p.) A4 map 2 (PDF, 698.8 KB, 1 p.) A4 map 3 (PDF, 880.0 KB, 1 p.)  
Maroondah corridor A4 map 1 (PDF, 807.5 KB, 1 p.) A4 map 2 (PDF, 965.9 KB, 1 p.) A4 map 3 (PDF, 1.1 MB, 1 p.) A3 map (PDF, 2.6 MB, 1 p.)
Nepean corridor A4 map 1 (PDF, 1.3 MB, 1 p.) A4 map 2 (PDF, 2.1 MB, 1 p.) A4 map 3 (PDF, 368.4 KB, 1 p.) A3 map (PDF, 556.7 KB, 1 p.)
South East corridor A4 map 1 (PDF, 697.1 KB, 1 p.) A4 map 2 (PDF, 870.9 KB, 1 p.) A4 map 3 (PDF, 823.8 KB, 1 p.) A3 map (PDF, 2.3 MB, 1 p.)
Gippsland corridor A4 map 1 (PDF, 1.7 MB, 1 p.) A4 Map 2 (PDF, 460.6 KB, 1 p.) A4 map 3 (PDF, 559.6 KB, 1 p.) A3 map (PDF, 1.0 MB, 1 p.)
Western corridor A4 map 1 (PDF, 492.3 KB, 1 p.) A4 map 2 (PDF, 832.7 KB, 1 p.) A4 map 3 (PDF, 654.2 KB, 1 p.)  

Melbourne 2030 - Implementation Plans

Six draft implementation plans and an advisory note were released to support the implementation of Melbourne 2030.


Melbourne 2030 - Response to submissions

Public submissions were invited on the implementation of Melbourne 2030. Nearly 1500 submissions were received and these informed the development of the Response to Submissions Report.

Page last reviewed on 28 January 2015

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