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Hampton Park Hill Draft Development Plan

Where the plan applies

The plan applies to the land in Hampton Park outlined in blue in the below image. The precinct is bounded by Ormond Road and Central Road to the north, the transmission line easement to the east, Glasscocks Road to the south, and Hallam Road/South Gippsland Highway to the west.

Hampton Park Hill

Overview

The Hallam Road Waste and Resource Recovery Hub located in Hampton Park, has been identified by the Victorian State Government through the State-wide Waste and Resource Recovery Implementation Plan (SWRRIP, 2018) as a significant waste and resource recovery site.

Acknowledging the growing population in the area, the Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group and the City of Casey recommends that the Hampton Park Development Plan is reviewed to reflect the need of future waste and resource recovery activities, as well as employment, open space needs and environmental separation buffers. 

The Development Plan intends to build on opportunities for the precinct to facilitate the waste and resource recovery needs of the State Government and community, while providing more employment opportunities, open park spaces for the community to enjoy and surrounding roads and transportation needs.

The Development Plan also aims to better align with contemporary State strategy and policy to ensure consistent direction for ongoing and new development including the need to rezone land within the precinct.

Public inspection

Council is undertaking public consultation on the draft Development Plan for Hampton Park Hill. Following finalisation of the Development Plan a planning scheme amendment will be undertaken to implement the findings.

The draft Development Plan provides guidance for future development and planning permit applications in the area. Future uses proposed include a waste and resource recovery, public open space, and employment land. An interim uses precinct is also proposed that provides guidance for land which is constrained by the landfill buffer. Once the development plan is approved, future planning permit applications are exempt from public notice under the Casey Planning Scheme.

The draft Development Plan is on public consultation from Wednesday 6 July until 6pm on 31 July 2022. 

The draft Development Plan is available to view on Council’s Casey Conversations website and is available on request at the following places: 

Casey City Council Municipal Office
Bunjil Place, 2 Patrick Northeast Drive Narre Warren, VIC 3805
 

Casey City Council (Cranbourne) Customer Service Centre
Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre
Located opposite the post office

Submit feedback

Any person who may be affected by the draft Development Plan may make a submission.

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

Information on how to make a submission can be found alongside the Draft Development Plan is is available to view on Council’s Casey Conversations website

Contact

If you would like to find out more about this project, please contact the following officers below.

Emma Butterworth 
Senior Strategic Planner, City of Casey
9705 5200
PlanningScheme@casey.vic.gov.au

Raymond Burnett
Engagement Consultant, Consulting by Design
0417 054 566
Raymond@ConsultinbyDesign.com.au
 

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, 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.