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Amendment C236case – Residential Rezoning and Planning Permit - 80S Linsell Boulevard, Cranbourne East

Where the Amendment applies

locality plan for C236case birdseye view of proposed area

The land affected by C236case is located at 80S Linsell Boulevard, Cranbourne East VIC 3977.

Overview

The Amendment seeks to:

  • rezone the land from Urban Floodway Zone (UFZ) to General Residential Zone Schedule 1 (GRZ1)
  • delete the Land Subject to Inundation Overlay from part of the land

The Amendment includes a concurrent Section 96A planning permit application which proposes:

  • a Staged Multi-lot Subdivision (60+ lots) of the land
  • Creation of Restrictions to give effect to building envelopes and associated restrictions on the plan of subdivision

Public Inspection

C236case is available to view on Council’s website and is available on request at the following places:

This amendment documentation can also be inspected online at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website.

Submit Feedback

Any person who may be affected by an amendment may make a submission.

It is important to note that submissions to planning scheme amendments are public documents under the Planning and Environment Act 1987.

Before making a submission, ensure you read our Privacy Collection Notice below.

The public exhibition period for C236case is closed.

Project Documents

Contact

If you would like to find out more about this amendment, please contact the Strategic Planning and Reform Team on 9705 5200.

Privacy Collection Notice

The planning scheme amendment process is a statutory process that is transparent and public, where all parties affected can provide input into the amendment. If you choose to make a submission, you consent to your submission and name being made public through the amendment process and being published in reports that will remain public indefinitely.

As required by the Planning & Environment Act 1987, your submission will be made available for public viewing including on Council’s website, and be provided to other parties involved in the planning scheme amendment process including Planning Panels Victoria and the Minister for Planning. By making a submission, you warrant that (a) you are the owner of copyright in your submission and (b) the use of the submission by Council as described will not breach any third party’s copyright.

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