Amendment C130maro

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Exhibition of Amendment C130 has now closed

Council exhibited Planning Scheme Amendment C130maro February to April 2020 and considered submissions at the Council meeting on 18 May 2020.

A Planning Panel was appointed to consider the submissions. Details for the Main Hearing will be published here when they are available.

Background Information

The Ringwood Metropolitan Activity Centre (MAC) is continuing to change and transition towards becoming a modern town centre rich with development opportunities that, if well managed, will be an exemplar activity hub for our local and sub-regional communities.

The vision for the Ringwood MAC Masterplan is that Ringwood is the major urban destination in Melbourne’s outer east. It will contain a vibrant city centre, with an active local economy offering contemporary lifestyle options set in a natural landscape and connected through an advanced road and rail network.

Following extensive consultation with key stakeholders and residents living within the activity centre, Council adopted the Ringwood MAC Masterplan in 2018. Since the adoption of this policy Council prepared changes to the Maroondah Planning Scheme to implement this policy and help guide this activity.

About the Amendment

Amendment C130maro ('the Amendment") implements the objectives and strategies of the Ringwood MAC Masterplan through the application of local policy, zones and overlays.

The Amendment applies to land within the Ringwood Metropolitan Activity Centre which includes land:

  • To the north, the Bypass from EastLink to Mt Dandenong Road.
  • To the east, Ringwood Lake and Bedford Park to Pitt Street.
  • To the south, Bedford Road, to Station Street then following the properties to the rear of Station Street through to Wantirna Road. The boundary then follows the train line to New Street, then along Molan Street to Heatherdale Road (Municipal boundary).
  • To the west, the boundary follows Heatherdale Road to Maroondah Highway then the eastern side of EastLink through to the Bypass.

The Maroondah Planning Scheme and all Planning amendments are located on the Victorian State Government Planning website. For all details on the Amendment please visit Planning.vic.gov.au or the FAQ section on this page.


For further information on Amendment C130maro, please contact Council's Strategic Planning team on 1300 88 22 33.

Exhibition of Amendment C130 has now closed

Council exhibited Planning Scheme Amendment C130maro February to April 2020 and considered submissions at the Council meeting on 18 May 2020.

A Planning Panel was appointed to consider the submissions. Details for the Main Hearing will be published here when they are available.

Background Information

The Ringwood Metropolitan Activity Centre (MAC) is continuing to change and transition towards becoming a modern town centre rich with development opportunities that, if well managed, will be an exemplar activity hub for our local and sub-regional communities.

The vision for the Ringwood MAC Masterplan is that Ringwood is the major urban destination in Melbourne’s outer east. It will contain a vibrant city centre, with an active local economy offering contemporary lifestyle options set in a natural landscape and connected through an advanced road and rail network.

Following extensive consultation with key stakeholders and residents living within the activity centre, Council adopted the Ringwood MAC Masterplan in 2018. Since the adoption of this policy Council prepared changes to the Maroondah Planning Scheme to implement this policy and help guide this activity.

About the Amendment

Amendment C130maro ('the Amendment") implements the objectives and strategies of the Ringwood MAC Masterplan through the application of local policy, zones and overlays.

The Amendment applies to land within the Ringwood Metropolitan Activity Centre which includes land:

  • To the north, the Bypass from EastLink to Mt Dandenong Road.
  • To the east, Ringwood Lake and Bedford Park to Pitt Street.
  • To the south, Bedford Road, to Station Street then following the properties to the rear of Station Street through to Wantirna Road. The boundary then follows the train line to New Street, then along Molan Street to Heatherdale Road (Municipal boundary).
  • To the west, the boundary follows Heatherdale Road to Maroondah Highway then the eastern side of EastLink through to the Bypass.

The Maroondah Planning Scheme and all Planning amendments are located on the Victorian State Government Planning website. For all details on the Amendment please visit Planning.vic.gov.au or the FAQ section on this page.


For further information on Amendment C130maro, please contact Council's Strategic Planning team on 1300 88 22 33.