Where the plan applies
The plan applies to the land in the Collison Estate, Cranbourne East outlined in red in the below image. The Estate is bounded by Casey Fields Boulevard and Mayfield Road to the west, Linsell Boulevard to the north, Berwick-Cranbourne Road to the south and the rear boundary of properties east of Collison Road.
Council has undertaken background investigations for future development within the Collison Estate. The investigations have been carried out to ensure that adequate infrastructure can be delivered to support future development including community infrastructure.
Planning Scheme Amendment C220 gazetted on 9 February 2017 rezoned the land in the Collison Estate from Urban Growth Zone to General Residential Zone Schedule 1 and inserted a new Schedule 22 to the Development Plan Overlay over the land in the Collison Estate.
Some of the landowners in Collison Estate have been working with Council in undertaking a draft Development Plan before development can occur within the Estate.
Council is undertaking preliminary community consultation on the draft Development and Contributions Plans for Collison Estate, Cranbourne East before it commences a planning scheme amendment.
The draft Development Plan provides guidance for future development and planning permit applications in the Estate. Future development includes up to 1,700 residential allotments, a local activity centre, a community centre, non-residential uses in a residential zone and open space networks. Once the development plan is approved, future planning permit applications are exempt from public notice under the Casey Planning Scheme.
The draft Development Contributions Plan identifies the infrastructure costs for the Estate to develop and distributes these costs equally between the landowners in the Estate.
The draft Development and Contributions Plans are on community consultation from Friday 29 April until midnight Thursday 23 June 2022.
The draft Development and Contributions Plans are available to view on Council's Casey Conversations website and is available on request at the following places:
- Casey City Council Municipal Offices: Bunjil Place, 2 Patrick Northeast Drive Narre Warren, VIC 3805
- Casey City Council (Cranbourne) Customer Service Centre: Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre (Opposite Post Office)
Any person who may be affected by the draft Development Plan and Contributions Plan may make a submission.
Before making a submission, ensure you read our Privacy Collection Notice below.
Information on how to make a submission can be found on the Council's Casey Conversations website
Privacy Collection Notice
The planning process seeks to be transparent and open. A copy of your submission in full or in part may be made to the proponent of the request for the express purpose of resolving issues. If the adoption of the Development Plan is considered by Council rather than under delegation by officer, your submission will be published in the Council agenda available online on the City of Casey website. The agenda is a public document which may be available indefinitely.
Prior to publishing in the Council meeting agenda, or providing to the proponent, Council will redact your name, address, email and phone number. Statements in the body of the submission that provides context to the submission, but may enable readers to assume who the writer is.
By making a submission, you authorise Council to copy your submission and make it available to the public as set out above. 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.
You can request access to your personal information by contacting Council on 9705 5200
If you would like to find out more about this project, please contact Sonja Van Nieuwenhoven, Principal Strategic Planner or Selina Finne-Larsen, Planning Assistant via: