Below are a set of fact sheets that outline elements of Plan Melbourne including key demographic data and future projections, the Metropolitan Melbourne Structure Plan, Metropolitan Activity Centres, National Employment Clusters and Melbourne's five new subregions.
Plan Melbourne by Numbers
Plan Melbourne by Numbers includes key demographic data and future projections for metropolitan Melbourne that are presented in Plan Melbourne.
Metropolitan Melbourne Structure Plan
Plan Melbourne's new spatial framework, the Metropolitan Melbourne Structure Plan establishes a new set of categories for defining the urban structure of the city's economy.
Metropolitan Activity Centres
Metropolitan activity centres play a strategically important role for their subregional catchments by providing the community with good access to a range of major retail, community, government, entertainment, cultural and transport services.
National Employment Clusters
National Employment Clusters are designated geographic concentrations of interconnected businesses and institutions that make a major contribution to the national economy and Melbourne’s position as a global city.
Plan Melbourne establishes five new subregions to achieve a better
balance between jobs and population growth across the city, and
provide a regional basis for collaboration between all levels of
Last updated: 02 Feb 2017