Amendment C189 to the Casey Planning Scheme
The Casey Central Town Centre Precinct Structure Plan was approved by the Minister for Planning and gazetted on 1 September 2016 under Amendment C189 to the Casey Planning Scheme.
To view a copy of the final amendment documentation, including the Casey Central Town Centre Precinct Structure Plan, refer to:
- Casey Central Town Centre – Precinct Structure Plan – May 2016 (PDF) (Approved and Gazetted)
- Amendment C189
The Casey Central Town Centre Precinct Structure Plan consists of 60 hectares of land located between Cranbourne and Fountain Gate, Narre Warren. Building on the established Casey Central Shopping Centre’s retail core, the area will be a compact urban space featuring offices, restaurants and civic services within a walkable street network.
Once fully developed, the activity centre will provide over 4,100 jobs through multi-storey offices and commercial spaces. Furthermore, the centre will be home to approximately 4,200 residents, who will reside in high-quality, multi-storey and mixed-use developments.
Public Access to Spatial Data
The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) makes spatial data for gazetted plans available through the use of an online ‘Open Data’ portal. Spatial Data available for this precinct is provided for reference only and holds no official status. Please see our Open Data page for a detailed description of the data and links to download.
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