Moreland City Council Town Planning

Moreland City Council Town Planning

The business possesses the experience and capacity in the preparation and execution of a wide range of Moreland City Council Town Planning tasks and processes. Virtually every property development proposal will require planning approval. The complexity of the system, where the proponent must ensure that all appropriate information is provided, can often be difficult and time consuming.

Site Matters Pty Ltd can expedite the application process and assist by their extensive experience across a range of specialties. Our role involves

  • Preparation of a comprehensive, compelling planning submission.
  • Preparation of comprehensive planning reports in accordance with the objectives, standards and decision guidelines of Clause 54, 55, 56 and 57 of the Planning Scheme, local policies and variations.
  • Neighbourhood Urban Character Assesments relevant to and applicable to each municipality.
  • Mediation and negotiation with objectors.
  • Response to requests for further information.

We can also advise or represent you on any part of a planning application including preparation of planning reports, addressing objections, gaining Council support, responding to requests for further information and assisting with the finalisation of your design.

About Moreland City Council

The Moreland City Council is a local government area in metropolitan Melbourne, Australia. It comprises the inner northern suburbs between 4 and 11 kilometres from the Melbourne CBD.

It was created in 1994 during the forced joining of local governments by the state government, being created from the former local government areas of the City of Brunswick, the City of Coburg and the southern part of the City of Broadmeadows. The Moreland City Council Government Area covers 51 km², and at the 2016 Census, it had a population of 162,558.

In 2004 the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC), an independent authority created under Victorian state legislation, conducted a representation review of the Council’s electoral structure, resulting in a recommendation that the 10 single Councillor wards be replaced by three multi-councillor wards. A consequence of the change from single-Councillor to multi-Councillor wards was a change in election method from preferential voting to proportional representation. Elections are held every four years, with the last elections held on Saturday 22 October 2016.

Suburbs

Brunswick ,Brunswick East, Brunswick West , Coburg ,Coburg North ,Fawkner ,Glenroy ,Hadfield ,Gowanbrae ,Oak Park ,Pascoe Vale, Pascoe Vale South

Recent Council’s Submissions