The Victorian Planning Authority’s plans for the PMP Printing Precinct have been gazetted, paving the way for new homes and jobs for Melbourne’s south eastern suburbs.
The plans, which were developed in consultation with the City of Monash, outline how the PMP Printing precinct will become a new community that integrates seamlessly with its existing Clayton surrounds to provide a quality environment for people to live, work and play.
Located on 10 hectares of land in Clayton, the precinct will support a growing local community with new and diverse housing, shops and businesses centred around a new town square. It will accommodate around 1,180 new homes including affordable housing, three new local parks, and around 1,000 local jobs.
The precinct is well connected to everything Clayton has to offer, just a five minute walk to Monash Medical Centre, a 15 minute walk to Monash University’s Clayton campus, and a 10 minute walk to Clayton Station. It is also a 10 minute walk to Clayton’s future Suburban Rail Loop ‘superhub’ station.
The precinct’s residents, workers and visitors will be able to enjoy nearby open spaces including basketball courts and the Djerring cycle trail, which connects the precinct to Caulfield Station and the Eastlink trail.
The PMP Printing Precinct project was part of the VPA’s Fast Track Program, a streamlined program of existing projects which aims to provide certainty for communities about future development, a pipeline of development for industry and future jobs and homes for Victorians as the economy recovers from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It delivers on the Victorian Government’s commitment to create well planned new communities that deliver affordable new housing and high-quality jobs for Victorians.
View the final plans for the PMP Printing Precinct at vpa.vic.gov.au/pmp-printing-precinct