Beveridge North West PSP

Beveridge North West Precinct Structure Plan

The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) is working on the Beveridge North West precinct as a significant contributor to the government’s forward pipeline of housing supply to ensure Victorians have access to affordable homes, and economic recovery is supported.

The VPA’s Beveridge North West Precinct Structure Plan sets out the long-term vision for the precinct and framework for urban development. The Beveridge North West Precinct Structure Plan applies to approximately 1,275 hectares of land. It is located in Mitchell Shire Council within the Northern Growth Corridor of Melbourne. The area is bounded by Wallan South Precinct Structure Plan to the north, Camerons Lane to the south, Hume Freeway to the east and Old Sydney Road to the west.

We are planning for the future community and working to protect the prominent landscape features of the area. The VPA has drafted the revised Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) to show how land is expected to be developed, and how essential services are planned to support the creation of a new community over the next 20 to 30 years.

The PSP includes more than 80 hectares of parklands and sporting fields. It also supports integrated open space, a trail network, seven future school sites and four local town centres. Our plan supports approximately 15,000 new homes and will deliver 3,000 new jobs by unlocking 920 hectares of land for residential and commercial development.

Planning Panels Victoria

The VPA prepared a draft amendment in 2018, to the Mitchell Planning Scheme for the PSP under the C106mith amendment number. This was heard at a public hearing before an independent planning panel process, by Planning Panels Victoria (PPV). The Panel made 17 recommendations resulting in changes to the Beveridge North West PSP and ICP.

For further information, refer to the ‘2020 PLANNING PANEL’ tab in the Supporting Documentation section at the bottom of the page.

The VPA prepared two draft Planning Scheme Amendments to incorporate the Beveridge North C106 Panel recommendations into the Mitchell Planning Scheme. The two amendments are:

  • C158mith – which incorporates the Precinct Structure Plan Document and associated Planning Scheme Ordinance into the Mitchell Shire Council Planning Scheme
  • C161mith – which incorporates the Supplementary Levy Infrastructure Contribution Plan Document and associated Planning Scheme Ordinance into the Mitchell Shire Council Planning Scheme.

The Amendments were placed on exhibition for over 10 weeks from 17 November 2021 to 31 January 2022.

In response to the recommendations of the 2020 Planning Panel, the revised draft PSP includes planning for an extractive industry and the area formerly known as Hanna Swamp site (now referred to as burrung buluk*). To provide certainty for the community, the VPA proposed an innovative approach to planning controls to limit any quarry’s operational life to 20 years and strict rehabilitation requirements.

* Note: These names have not officially been registered. They still need to be confirmed with the naming authority and Geographic Names Victoria, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP).

Ministerial Advisory Committee

A Ministerial Advisory Committee was appointed by the then Minister for Planning, The Hon. Richard Wynne, to consider three interrelated matters for the future of this community:

  • the Precinct Structure Plan (Amendment C158mith)
  • the Infrastructure Contributions Plan (Amendment C161mith)
  • the Permit application for the quarry (VCAT reference number V1745/2020)

The Ministerial advisory committee was a mirrored process to the previous Panel, being a public hearing, with land owners and stakeholders having the opportunity to present to the Committee.

Due to COVID-19 and public health advice, the Ministerial Advisory Committee: Beveridge North West Precinct Structure Plan and draft Mitchell Shire Planning Scheme Amendments C158 and C161mith was held via video conference from Monday 9 May 2022 to 14 June 2022.

Next Steps

The Ministerial Advisory Committee (MAC) will assess expert evidence provided in the hearing to determine if the draft Amendments are strategically justified.

The MAC will:

  • Consider the changes to the draft amendments
  • Provide a recommendations report to the Minister for Planning on the draft amendments
  • Make a recommendation to the Minister for planning on the proposed planning permit.

The MAC is expected to provide its report to the Minister mid-to-late August 2022.

Precinct Structure Plan Fast Track Program

The Beveridge North West Precinct project has been identified as a project on the Precinct Structure Plan’s Fast Track Program. You can read more about the VPA’s Fast Track Program here.

Interactive map for Beveridge North West PSP

Background information

A precinct structure plan (PSP) is a land use and infrastructure plan to guide development of the area over time. It sets out the intended future land uses, infrastructure and built form outcomes to be reflected by development applications.

The Future Urban Structure is the overall framework plan that provides high-level direction on future land uses, major transport networks, open space and activity centres.

Together with the broader planning framework, precinct structure planning is an important part of the state government’s strategy to address population growth, housing, and employment demands.

A planning scheme governs the way land can be used and developed within the bounds of the Victorian Planning System.

A planning scheme is updated from time to time to change the way land can be used or developed or to improve a particular scheme.

The VPA has prepared the plan in consultation with:

  • Mitchell Shire Council
  • government agencies
  • service authorities, and
  • other key stakeholders.

The plan considers the:

  • existing natural features of the site
  • surrounding uses
  • infrastructure needs of the future community

Technical investigations have been undertaken to prepare the draft plan including:

  • heritage: Aboriginal heritage and post-contact arrangements
  • site suitability: contamination, geology, hydrology, groundwater quality
  • sodic soils
  • landscape & visual
  • arboricultural assessment
  • biodiversity: including at Burrung Buluk (former Hanna Swamp*)
  • bushfire assessment
  • community facilities
  • economic assessment
  • transport & movement
  • utilities servicing

*Note, these names have not officially been registered. They still need to be confirmed with the naming authority and Geographic Names Victoria, DELWP.

Project information

The plan will see the development of the area as a residential and employment precinct comprising approximately 16,000 new homes for approximately 50,000 people.

In response to the recommendations of the independent planning panel, this draft PSP includes planning for a quarry in in the north eastern portion of the precinct.  To provide certainty for the community, the VPA is proposing an innovative approach to planning controls which will limit any quarry’s operational life to 20 years. The proposal also imposes strict rehabilitation requirements. This approach will ensure the area can be transitioned to residential use after any quarrying. We are also making sure urban development happens in appropriate stages and sequence across the whole precinct to manage the proposed uses.

The new community will have access to four local town centres (LTC), two local convenience centres (LCC), four sport field reserves, a series of local parks, the enhancement of Kalkallo Creek and the provision of drainage reserves in the central part of the precinct.

The draft plan responds to the prominent landscape features by protecting the distinctive hilltops, undulating hills, Burrung Buluk (former Hanna Swamp*) and Kalkallo Creek. The draft plan includes more than 80 hectares of parklands and sporting fields and features a distinct integrated open space and trail network.

The draft plan proposes the following:

  • 3,000 new jobs
  • 380 hectares of open space (total)
  • 7 future school sites
  • 2 local convenience centres
  • 4 community centres
  • 4 local town centres

To ensure the area develops in an integrated way, the Amendment provides an overall structure for the area providing certainty in the development decisions and clarity regarding the cost and location of services.

The VPA has revised the draft Beveridge North West PSP to guide new urban development and the delivery of key infrastructure within the Beveridge North West Precinct. The VPA proposes to introduce an Infrastructure Contributions Plan (ICP) that applies to land affected by the Beveridge North West PSP.

The PSP plans for the provision of residential development, along with associated schools, community facilities, commercial opportunities, local parks, sports reserves, and natural landscape areas. It also establishes important new arterial road connections to the north and south.

The revised Beveridge North West PSP responds to Planning Panels Victoria’s recommendations by planning for a quarry in the north eastern portion of the site. This will be facilitated by including a Specific Controls Overlay (SCO) within the Mitchell Planning Scheme.

Burrung Buluk (former Hanna Swamp*), as per Recommendation 17 of Planning Panels Victoria’s report, will be accommodated by incorporating the area as Public Park and Recreation Zone (PPRZ) into the open space network. The area will be retained in Beveridge North West PSP to its full extent, with further technical work to be undertaken to determine the northern extent of the swamp and finalised under the Wallan South PSP.

Once finalised, the PSP will be incorporated into the Mitchell Planning Scheme to implement the final plan.

*Note, these names have not officially been registered. They still need to be confirmed with the naming authority and Geographic Names Victoria, DELWP.

Two draft Amendments are proposed to be introduced into the Mitchell Planning Scheme.

Draft Amendment C158mith proposes to implement the Beveridge North West Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) by introducing a new Schedule 3 to the Urban Growth Zone to the Mitchell Planning Scheme (the Scheme) and applying it to the precinct.

The draft amendment seeks to allow for temporary stone extraction for a set period of time, ceasing no later than 31 December 2052, and provide for the rehabilitation of the land in the Works Authority 1473 area in the north-east of the precinct to reflect the end use shown in the Beveridge North West PSP.

Draft Amendment C161mith proposes to make changes to the Mitchell Planning Scheme to introduce an Infrastructure Contributions Plan (ICP) that applies to land affected by the Beveridge North West PSP.

Major infrastructure has been planned for and land put aside through the ICP. The PSP and ICP will ensure consistency and fairness to landowners across the precinct. In particular, for the provision and delivery of community services and planned infrastructure.

Please refer to the Explanatory Reports for detailed information about the two proposed amendments.

About the precinct

The Beveridge North West precinct is located in the Shire of Mitchell, approximately 40 kilometres north of Melbourne’s Central Business District (CBD) and approximately four kilometres south of Wallan.

The PSP is 1250 hectares bounded by Wallan South PSP to the north, Camerons Lane to the south, Hume Freeway to the east and Old Sydney Road to the west.

The Northern Growth Corridor Plan identifies the PSP to be predominately residential with landscape values in the north and west of the precinct and Kalkallo Creek running north-south through the precinct.

The Beveridge North West precinct contains:

  • generous plains
  • gently sloping valleys
  • undulating hills
  • distinctive hilltops
  • remnant volcanic cones
  • Kalkallo Creek
  • Burrung Buluk (former Hanna Swamp*)

*Note, these names have not officially been registered. They still need to be confirmed with the naming authority and Geographic Names Victoria, DELWP.

The Beveridge North West Precinct Structure Plan will develop over 20-30 years. During the development of the precinct, there may be a quarry at the Works Authority 1473 area. The draft amendment proposes to limit any extraction works in any quarry to an extraction timeframe of 20 years. Following cessation of any quarry and rehabilitation to a residential standard, urban development will continue to develop as set out in the PSP.

The precinct will be defined by its high-quality residential neighbourhoods which are located between ridgelines, prominent volcanic cones and rolling hills. A significant network of open spaces formed by waterways, hilltops and linear parks will connect the diverse residential neighbourhoods within the area. There is potential for the hilltop environments and the retained, high quality native vegetation portion of Burrung Buluk (former Hanna Swamp*) to form part of a future regional parkland.

Beveridge North West will be home to resilient communities who will have early access to a range of facilities, including health care, education, recreation, and community infrastructure. These will be located in adjoining local town centres with the precinct, anchored by a viable mixed-use town centre at the junction of the waterways and Camerons Lane. East of the Hume Freeway, the Beveridge Intermodal Freight Terminal (BIFT) is currently in the early stages of planning.

The precinct will take full advantage of planned infrastructure, including an efficient connection to the Hume Freeway via the future construction of the Camerons Lane Interchange and will be supported by a series of local arterial roads that can accommodate high frequency public transport. High amenity streets and trails will encourage people to cycle and walk to key local destinations. The orientation of the local road network will emphasise the visually important landscape features, particularly Spring Hill and the hilltops to the north. This will create a unique sense of place for future residents.

Future residents will enjoy genuine diversity of housing, which will range from conventional residential lots through to well-designed higher density housing near the town centres. The unique topography of the site offers the opportunity to provide bespoke housing on the hillsides that responds to the landscape through design and orientation.

The most valued parts of the landscape will be revived and enhanced through the rehabilitation and replanting of Kalkallo Creek, Burrung Buluk (former Hanna Swamp*) and the hilltops, coupled with the construction of wetlands and water retention facilities on the open plains.

*Note, these names have not officially been registered. They still need to be confirmed with the naming authority and Geographic Names Victoria, DELWP.

The area has been earmarked for urban development for more than a decade, and forms part of Melbourne’s North Growth Corridor.

Being part of the North Growth Corridor means that the area has already been identified to transition to land for new homes, jobs, schools, and community uses.

The VPA is working to deliver on the government’s objectives to speed up the delivery of new housing and employment in Melbourne to meet the needs of a growing population and provide homes and jobs for Victorians. It also helps put downward pressure on housing prices and contributes to making housing more affordable.

Land planned for residential and employment uses will be supported by community facilities, open space, shops, school sites, and essential services such as water, sewerage, and electricity.

The plan implements Planning Panels Victoria’s (PPV’s) recommendations for Mitchell Planning Scheme Amendment C106mith.

Planning Scheme Amendment C106mith was exhibited in September 2019, the Planning Panels Victoria hearing was held in August 2020 and their report published in October 2020.

The VPA has revised the Amendment in response to PPV’s 17 recommendations. Those recommendations have resulted in significant changes to the Amendment. Given the significant nature of the recommended changes, the Minister for Planning asked the VPA to prepare new draft Amendments and engage with the community on the changes we have made to the draft PSP and associated planning documents to reflect these recommendations.

The two recommendations in PPV’s report that resulted in the most significant changes were:

Recommendation 1: Revise Mitchell Planning Scheme Amendment C106 to explicitly include precinct level planning for resource extraction from Works Authority 1473.

Recommendation 17: Include explicit recognition of the need to plan for Hanna Swamp in the revised Precinct Structure Plan (Document 267) in, for example:

  • The land description at 1.4
  • The Vision at 2.1
  • Requirement R1
  • Table 10, Water Infrastructure.

Understanding planning controls

The plan has been carefully designed to consider the impact of the quarry. This includes a blast buffer of 250m which restricts the construction of buildings adjacent to the quarry. A buffer of 500m, namely the sensitive use buffer, restricts sensitive land uses (including residential) from being established within this 500m buffer.

There will be mandatory conditions that limit a quarry’s operational life to 20 years. The Planning Scheme Ordinance impose strict restrictions on the quarry lifespan and set out clear rehabilitation requirements.

If a quarry is established in the PSP area, the Specific Controls Overlay (as part of the VPA’s planning documents) sets out strict criteria to mitigate the quarry’s impact on the surrounding community. These criteria will need to be met before any planning permit is granted.

A planning permit will control specific matters related to the operation of the quarry. These are likely to include controls relating to amenity (e.g. dust and noise) and provide guidance on the operation of the quarry (e.g. traffic and blasting). The Ministerial Advisory Committee will consider the planning permit.

Further controls will be placed on the operation and rehabilitation of the quarry by the Earth Resources Regulations Works Authority.

An overall average density target of 20 dwellings per developable hectare is proposed in the PSP. The density is targeted to 25 dwellings per developable hectare within the town centre’s walkable catchment and 17 dwellings per developable hectare across the remaining residential land.

The draft plan proposes several key employment areas that will support a diverse range of business enterprises. The PSP includes four local town centres (three 6,300 square metres, one 3,300 square metres) and two local convenience centres. The precinct is anticipated to generate approximately 3,000 jobs.

The proposed schools and community centres will generate an estimated 530 jobs.

The draft plan includes a road and active transport network designed to accommodate the future growth, facilitate connectivity and movement within the site and to surrounding areas.

The precinct integrates with the existing road network and provides new arterial roads linking Camerons Lane and the existing Beveridge township to Wallan. The road network will provide a modified grid connector street system that responds to the topography of the precinct.

The arterial road network will be significantly improved by the PSP through construction of two north-south arterial roads, which will ultimately provide access from Beveridge Central to the south, through the PSP area and connect with Wallan South to the north.

The amendment provides for bus-capable roads to service most of the PSP area. The cycling and walking trail network are deliberately aimed at providing access to key local destinations including the four local town centres, open space, schools, and community. The extensive path network linking schools and town centres allow a high level of accessibility by cycling or walking.

An ICP is a system for funding basic and essential local infrastructure required by a new community paid for by the property developer to the state government. The PSP provides the strategic justification for the ICP items.

The ICP may be made of one or two parts, a standard levy and or a supplementary levy. The standard levy is a pre-determined rate that may be used to fund transport, community and recreation infrastructure and public land provision. In particular circumstances, a supplementary levy may also apply.

Draft Amendment C161 introduced the Supplementary Levy ICP into the Mitchell Shire Planning Scheme. The ICP is necessary to deliver all the infrastructure items required within the Beveridge North West PSP area. Specifically, the supplementary levy component is included to cover the costs of construction of supplementary ICP transport items, due to sodic soils being present in the precinct.

A Supplementary Levy ICP has now been prepared and is the subject of this amendment. The supplementary rate is $69,065.13 for transport construction.

When land is developed within the precinct, the Beveridge North West ICP will ensure the appropriate financial contribution is paid in line with the cost of delivering essential infrastructure to serve the area. There is no obligation for landowners in the precinct, or people outside the precinct, to pay these contributions until such time as landowners choose to develop their land.

Sodic soils have a higher than usual concentration of active sodium. This affects the way the soil reacts with water, resulting in increased erosion. Infrastructure must be specifically designed to consider erosion risks associated with sodic and dispersive soils. This has implications for the construction of roads, drainage, and stormwater assets.

In October 2020, Planning Panels Victoria released its report recommending the VPA change the Beveridge North West Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) to include planning for a quarry and to consider how to address Burrung Buluk (former Hanna Swamp*).

PPV’s recommendations resulted in significant changes to the precinct structure plan. Given the nature of the changes, the Minister for Planning asked the VPA to prepare new draft Amendments and engage with the community on the changes.

*Note, these names have not officially been registered. They still need to be confirmed with the naming authority and Geographic Names Victoria, DELWP.

The VPA asked you what you think about the new amendment from 16 November 2021 – 31 January 2022 and encouraged you to make a written submission.

Given that an independent panel has deliberated and made recommendations on the PSP, the VPA sought community feedback on how (not if) the draft PSP and associated planning scheme amendment reflect the panel’s recommendations.

In October 2021, the Minister for Planning appointed a Ministerial Advisory Committee (MAC) to consider three interrelated matters for the future of this community – the PSP, Infrastructure Contributions Plan and permit application for the quarry.

The MAC will not consider submissions on the inclusion of the quarry and Burrung Buluk (former Hanna Swamp*) in the PSP and will instead focus on how the new Amendment reflects that advice.

All submissions received during this round of consultation commencing in November will be referred to the MAC.

*Note, these names have not officially been registered. They still need to be confirmed with the naming authority and Geographic Names Victoria, DELWP.

A permit application for the quarry was refused by Mitchell Shire Council in February 2021 and this refusal was appealed to VCAT by the landowner. To ensure the VCAT determination did not pre-empt and preclude the strategic planning considerations at the precinct level, the permit was called in by the Minister for Planning and will be subject to the Ministerial Advisory Committee along with the PSP and ICP.

A special standalone Ministerial Advisory Committee (MAC) has been established to ensure the three current and interrelated matters critical to the future of this precinct – the PSP, ICP and the permit application for the quarry – can be considered in a coordinated and integrated way. This will mean that, following the MAC, a final decision can be made on all of these relevant components so the community will have certainty about the future of this precinct.

The Ministerial Advisory Committee (MAC) details, including the Terms of Reference and details of appointed members will be published on the Planning Panels Victoria – Panels and Committees webpage in due course.

For more information, refer to:

Extractive resources

Hard rock and sand are important extractive resources to all Victorians. Construction materials produced from these materials are supporting Victoria’s Big Build and COVID-19 economic recovery. Extractive resources are used to build roads, houses, hospitals, schools, and other important infrastructure to help Victoria grow.

The extractive resources sector is essential to building a sustainable Victoria. Hard rock and sand construction materials are required to build renewable energy solutions such as solar and wind farms.

Melbourne’s Northern Growth Corridor is one of the state’s fastest growing areas.

Development and infrastructure to support growth requires a significant supply of construction materials. Extractive resources located close to demand contributes to low-cost infrastructure for Victoria by reducing the cost of transporting materials long distances. Increasing transport distance by 25km almost doubles the cost of construction materials for consumers.

Reducing transport distance also means fewer trucks on Victoria’s roads, which contributes to lowering carbon emissions and supports Victoria’s sustainability targets.

Under the Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act 1990 (MRSDA), an approved rehabilitation plan is required prior to granting a Work Authority. Site rehabilitation is regulated under the MRSDA and must achieve a ‘safe and stable’ final landform.

The Newer Volcanic Group Basalt is an important resource for construction material production. Over the last five-year period (FY2015-2020), 51% of all production of hard rock in Victoria was basalt.

Having your say

Submissions provided to the Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) are part of an open public process where all parties affected by the planning scheme can provide input into the draft amendment.

If you choose to make a submission, you consent to your submission being made public, and being identified as the author of the submission.

Your submission will be made available for public inspection on the VPA website until two months after gazettal of the resulting planning scheme amendment and will also be made available to relevant Ministers and local councils, and other involved government agencies.

If you are a private individual, your personal information will be removed from your submission before it is released to parties outside government or local councils. Contact details do not include the address of land which is the subject of your submission.

By making a submission, you also give permission for copyright material to be copied and made public.

For more information, please contact:

Tony Marks
Director – Outer Melbourne
Email: Tony.Marks@vpa.vic.gov.au
Phone: (03) 8644 8807

Laurie Mitchell
Strategic Planning Manager
Email: Laurie.Mitchell@vpa.vic.gov.au
Phone: 03 9651 9600

This project will be considered by the Beveridge North West Ministerial Advisory Committee (MAC). The BNW MAC will make recommendations on the draft amendments and the quarry planning permit application to the VPA and Minister for Planning. Dates for the BNW MAC are reserved for:

  • Directions Hearing: 17 March 2022
  • Hearing: Starting week commencing 9 May 2022

Once a submission is made to the VPA, you will receive a notice to acknowledge it has been received.

After the consultation period ends on 31 January 2022, VPA staff will review all submissions received. As part of this process, VPA staff may contact submitters as required to further discuss their submission and any changes sought.

All submissions received during this round of consultation commencing in November will be referred to the MAC.

This is your opportunity to have your say on the strategic planning proposed for the Beveridge North West PSP.

Some future planning applications may be exempt from third party appeal and review under proposed planning controls for Beveridge North West. This means many planning applications for future developments in Beveridge North West will not be made available for public consultation before they are assessed for approval, so long as they abide by the planning controls.

There will be future opportunities to have your say on some more detailed components of Beveridge North West’s development and design, such as the designs of specific street scapes or open spaces.

Supporting Documentation

Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - Draft Precinct Structure Plan - Part A_April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - Draft Precinct Structure Plan - Part A_April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP_ICP Document_C161mith_PART A_April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP_ICP Document_C161mith_PART A_April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.1 - C161mith-Explanatory Report- April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.1 - C161mith-Explanatory Report- April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.1 - Mitchell Amendment C158 - Explanatory-Report - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.1 - Mitchell Amendment C158 - Explanatory-Report - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.2 - C161mith-Instruction Sheet - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.2 - C161mith-Instruction Sheet - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.2 - Mitchell-Amendment-C158-Instruction-Sheet - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.2 - Mitchell-Amendment-C158-Instruction-Sheet - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.3 - C161mith - ICO3 - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.3 - C161mith - ICO3 - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.3 Mith C158 37_07s3 - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.3 Mith C158 37_07s3 - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.4 Mith C158 35.06s2 - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.4 Mith C158 35.06s2 - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.4 Mith C161 - 72.04s - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.4 Mith C161 - 72.04s - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.5 Mith C158 45.12s - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.5 Mith C158 45.12s - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.6 - Mith C158 43.03s4 - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.6 - Mith C158 43.03s4 - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.7 - Mith C158 52.17s - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.7 - Mith C158 52.17s - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.8 - Mith C158 66.04s - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.8 - Mith C158 66.04s - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.9 Mith C158 72_03s - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.9 Mith C158 72_03s - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.10 - Mith C158 - 72.04s - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.10 - Mith C158 - 72.04s - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.11 - SCO Incorporated document - April 2022
Beveridge North West PSP - Part A.11 - SCO Incorporated document - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West - PSP C158mith & ICP C161mith - VCAT Proceeding P1745-2020 - Part A Submission - April 2022
Beveridge North West - PSP C158mith & ICP C161mith - VCAT Proceeding P1745-2020 - Part A Submission - April 2022 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - Draft Precinct Structure Plan - November 2021
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - Draft Precinct Structure Plan - November 2021 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP – Mith C158 – PSP Changes Matrix – November 2021
Beveridge North West PSP – Mith C158 – PSP Changes Matrix – November 2021 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - C158mith - Background Report - Revised November 2021
Beveridge North West PSP - C158mith - Background Report - Revised November 2021 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West – Mith C161 – Draft Infrastructure Contributions Plan – November 2021 (2)
Beveridge North West – Mith C161 – Draft Infrastructure Contributions Plan – November 2021 (2) PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 52.17s - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 52.17s - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 66.04s - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 66.04s - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 72.04s - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 72.04s - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 72_03s - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 72_03s - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - Explanatory-Report - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - Explanatory-Report - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - Extractive Industry & Buffer Area Incorporated Document - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - Extractive Industry & Buffer Area Incorporated Document - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - Instruction-Sheet - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - Instruction-Sheet - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 43.03s4 - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 43.03s4 - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 37_07s3 - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 37_07s3 - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 35.06s2 - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 35.06s2 - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - TRACK CHANGES FROM C106MITH (Does not form part of C158) - Instruction - Sheet
Beveridge North West PSP - TRACK CHANGES FROM C106MITH (Does not form part of C158) - Instruction - Sheet PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - TRACK CHANGES FROM C106MITH (Does not form part of C158) - 72.04s
Beveridge North West PSP - TRACK CHANGES FROM C106MITH (Does not form part of C158) - 72.04s PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - TRACK CHANGES FROM C106MITH (Does not form part of C158) - 43.03s4
Beveridge North West PSP - TRACK CHANGES FROM C106MITH (Does not form part of C158) - 43.03s4 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - TRACK CHANGES FROM C106MITH (Does not form part of C158) - 37_07s3
Beveridge North West PSP - TRACK CHANGES FROM C106MITH (Does not form part of C158) - 37_07s3 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - TRACK CHANGES FROM C106MITH (Does not form part of C158) - 35.06s2
Beveridge North West PSP - TRACK CHANGES FROM C106MITH (Does not form part of C158) - 35.06s2 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 45.12s - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - 45.12s - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C161 - Instruction Sheet - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C161 - Instruction Sheet - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C161 - Explanatory Report - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C161 - Explanatory Report - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C161 - 72.04s - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C161 - 72.04s - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C161 - 45.11s3 - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C161 - 45.11s3 - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - DEMOMaps22_23- Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - DEMOMaps22_23- Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - DVPOMaps22_24 - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - DVPOMaps22_24 - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - EAOMaps22_24 - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - EAOMaps22_24 - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - IPOMaps22_24 - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - IPOMaps22_24 - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - SCOMap22 - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - SCOMap22 - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - SLOMaps22_24 - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - SLOMaps22_24 - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - ZNMaps22_24 - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C158 - ZNMaps22_24 - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C161 - ICO3Maps22_23_24 - Consultation
Beveridge North West PSP - Mith C161 - ICO3Maps22_23_24 - Consultation PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Terms of Reference - Ministerial Advisory Committee - November 2021
Beveridge North West PSP - Terms of Reference - Ministerial Advisory Committee - November 2021 PDF  Version
Land Capability - Groundwater Quality Assessment - Jacobs - June 2014
Land Capability - Groundwater Quality Assessment - Jacobs - June 2014 PDF  Version
Economic Assessment - Ethos Urban - July 2019
Economic Assessment - Ethos Urban - July 2019 PDF  Version
Arboriculture Assessment - Tree Logic - November 2013
Arboriculture Assessment - Tree Logic - November 2013 PDF  Version
Bushfire Development Report - Terramatrix - July 2019
Bushfire Development Report - Terramatrix - July 2019 PDF  Version
Scattered Tree Assessment - Ecology and Heritage Partners Pty Ltd - November 2013
Scattered Tree Assessment - Ecology and Heritage Partners Pty Ltd - November 2013 PDF  Version
Aboriginal Heritage Impact Assessment - AHMS - February 2014
Aboriginal Heritage Impact Assessment - AHMS - February 2014 PDF  Version
Post Contact Assessment - AHMS - February 2014
Post Contact Assessment - AHMS - February 2014 PDF  Version
Targeted Cultural Values Assessment - Wurundjeri Corporation - October 2014 (Revised 2019)
Targeted Cultural Values Assessment - Wurundjeri Corporation - October 2014 (Revised 2019) PDF  Version
Landscape and Visual Assessment - Planisphere - October 2014
Landscape and Visual Assessment - Planisphere - October 2014 PDF  Version
Site Suitability Assessment - Jacobs - July 2014
Site Suitability Assessment - Jacobs - July 2014 PDF  Version
Wallan Beveridge Extractive Resource Analysis - Coffey - 15 November 2017
Wallan Beveridge Extractive Resource Analysis - Coffey - 15 November 2017 PDF  Version
Utilities Servicing and Infrastructure Assessment - Cardno - March 2014
Utilities Servicing and Infrastructure Assessment - Cardno - March 2014 PDF  Version
Strategic Transport Modelling Assessment - GTA Consultants - December 2018
Strategic Transport Modelling Assessment - GTA Consultants - December 2018 PDF  Version
PSP 1059 - Beveridge North West PSP - Part A Submission (Final) - July 2020
PSP 1059 - Beveridge North West PSP - Part A Submission (Final) - July 2020 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Amendment C106mith - VPA Submission summary V1 (Appendix 1 - Submissions Table) 26 June 2020
Beveridge North West PSP - Amendment C106mith - VPA Submission summary V1 (Appendix 1 - Submissions Table) 26 June 2020 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Tracked Changes (Appendix 2 to VPA Part A) August 2019
Beveridge North West PSP - Tracked Changes (Appendix 2 to VPA Part A) August 2019 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Clean Copy (Appendix 3 to VPA Part A) August 2019
Beveridge North West PSP - Clean Copy (Appendix 3 to VPA Part A) August 2019 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Tracked Changes Ordinance (Appendix 4 to VPA Part A) August 2019
Beveridge North West PSP - Tracked Changes Ordinance (Appendix 4 to VPA Part A) August 2019 PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Clean Copy Ordinance (Appendix 5 to VPA Part A) August 2019
Beveridge North West PSP - Clean Copy Ordinance (Appendix 5 to VPA Part A) August 2019 PDF  Version
Amendment C106 to the Mitchell Planning Scheme - Beveridge North West PSP - Opening Presentation PowerPoint - July 2020
Amendment C106 to the Mitchell Planning Scheme - Beveridge North West PSP - Opening Presentation PowerPoint - July 2020 PDF  Version
Plannning Panels Victoria - Mitchell Planning Scheme Amendment C106 Beveridge North West PSP - Statement - In Situ Hard Rock Resources and Quarry Application- July 2020 (Harwood Andrews)
Plannning Panels Victoria - Mitchell Planning Scheme Amendment C106 Beveridge North West PSP - Statement - In Situ Hard Rock Resources and Quarry Application- July 2020 (Harwood Andrews) PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 51 - Paul Dawson_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 51 - Paul Dawson_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 52 - Harvinder Singh_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 52 - Harvinder Singh_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 53 - Rita and John Tolley_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 53 - Rita and John Tolley_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 54 - Gurpreet Gill_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 54 - Gurpreet Gill_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 55 - Nala Secgin_Redacted

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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 55.01 - Nalan Secgin_Redacted

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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 55.02 - Ilker Secgin_Redacted

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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 55.03 - Ilker and Nalan_Redacted

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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 55.04 - Nalan Secgin_Redacted

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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 56 - Raman Gill_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 56 - Raman Gill_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 57 - Greg and Trudy Mill_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 57 - Greg and Trudy Mill_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 58 - Kristi Dafos_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 58 - Kristi Dafos_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 59 - Annette Owens_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 59 - Annette Owens_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 60 - Joel Smith_Redacted

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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 61 - Dave Marshall_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 61 - Dave Marshall_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 62 - Casey Jenkins-Weatherly_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 62 - Casey Jenkins-Weatherly_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 63 - Jacquelyn Candy_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 63 - Jacquelyn Candy_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 64 - Sandeep Karun_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 64 - Sandeep Karun_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 65 - Jason ter Haar_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 65 - Jason ter Haar_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 66 - Mike Stankiewicz_Redacted

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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 66.1 - Mike Stankiewicz_Redacted

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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 67 - Julie Pittaway_Redacted

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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 68 - Jenny Denny_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 68 - Jenny Denny_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 69 - Kevin Tao_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 69 - Kevin Tao_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 70 - Robert Thomas_Redacted

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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 71 - Mat Tankey_Redacted
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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 72 - Dion Moss_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 72 - Dion Moss_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 73 - Caroline Farrugia_Redacted

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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 74 - Angela James_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 74 - Angela James_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 75 - Carol Wright_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 75 - Carol Wright_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 76 - Shane Thompson_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 76 - Shane Thompson_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 77 - Brian Mawhinney_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 77 - Brian Mawhinney_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 78 - Andrew South_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 78 - Andrew South_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 79 - Sri Sivapurapu_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 79 - Sri Sivapurapu_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 80 - Chloe Johnson_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 80 - Chloe Johnson_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 81- Lynda Whitaker_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 81- Lynda Whitaker_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 82 - Nirmala Lama_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 82 - Nirmala Lama_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 83 - Beau Knowles_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 83 - Beau Knowles_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 84 - Stephanie Thompson_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 84 - Stephanie Thompson_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 85 - Narvair Singh_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 85 - Narvair Singh_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 86 - Alexandra Mitchell_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 86 - Alexandra Mitchell_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 87 - Ashleigh Graham_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 87 - Ashleigh Graham_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 88 - Gagandeep Singh_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 88 - Gagandeep Singh_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 89 - Mark Dunne_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 89 - Mark Dunne_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 90 - Megan Symons_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 90 - Megan Symons_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 91- Ella Ocean_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 91- Ella Ocean_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 92 - Carina Kufner_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 92 - Carina Kufner_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 93 - Chris Kufner_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 93 - Chris Kufner_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 94 - Jessica Ciccosillo_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 94 - Jessica Ciccosillo_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 95- Kayla Leibhardt_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 95- Kayla Leibhardt_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 96 - Ari Sua_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 96 - Ari Sua_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 97 - Natalie Leggo_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 97 - Natalie Leggo_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 98 - Lisa Watt_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 98 - Lisa Watt_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 99 - Henry Gasko_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 99 - Henry Gasko_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 100 - Sandra Barnes_Redacted
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 100 - Sandra Barnes_Redacted PDF  Version
Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 60.1 - Joel Smith_Redacted

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Beveridge North West PSP - Submission 70 - Robert_Thomas_Attachment_Redacted

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