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Plan Melbourne Refresh Submissions Summary Cover

The Victorian Government today released written submissions to the Plan Melbourne refresh along with two reports summarising feedback received from written submissions and community engagement workshops and online activities.

Publishing submissions was a major milestone for the project and an important step to ensure the process has been open and transparent.

The submissions were received during an eight-week consultation period on the Plan Melbourne refresh discussion paper from 22 October – 18 December 2015.

Nearly 400 written submissions made to the Plan Melbourne refresh have been released online.

In a strong indication of the of the Victorian community’s continued interest in having a say about the future of Melbourne, written submissions came from a broad cross section of the community including peak bodies, community groups, the development and building industries, local government, universities and think tanks and individual community members.

Feedback on the Plan Melbourne refresh discussion paper was also received at a series of engagement workshops, involving 266 participants representing 99 organisations, and via an online engagement hub.

Submissions to Plan Melbourne refresh and the Summary of submissions report are now available on the Plan Melbourne refresh submissions page.

News & Events

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  • Submissions to Plan Melbourne have now closed

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