Morwell East Industrial Precinct Development Plan
The Morwell East Industrial Precinct has been prepared for land on the corner of Princes Drive and Alexanders Road and sets out the form and conditions for future use and development on the subject site which has a total land area of 104 hectares.
The proposal is aimed to achieve a high quality modern industrial development to cater for larger, high amenity, low density manufacturing industries.
It includes a range of lot sizes to cater for a variety of industrial uses whilst also including substantial amounts of public open space to protect significant site features and ensure an attractive environment.
Erin Park Development Plan
The Erin Park Development Plan has been prepared for 215 Bank Street and sets out the form and conditions for future use and development on the subject site which has a total land area of 16.8 hectares. The proposal is aimed to achieve high urban design outcomes with the provision of approximately 150 residential lots when fully developed.
It includes a range of lot sizes, including three medium density sites which will be located next to the existing lake that will be the main site feature of the development plan area.
The existing lake will be used for stormwater treatment and for the provision of a wetland habitat for native flora and fauna.
The proposed public open space will have recreational amenities for the future residential community, whilst also providing a shared pathway to existing open space area to the east. The proposal also has an identified location for a 2000m² community facility site.
Morwell North West Development Plan
The Morwell North West Development Plan August 2010 was adopted by Latrobe City Council on 4 October 2010 and was subsequently amended in December 2010. The development plan was prepared for Latrobe City Council in consultation with land owners, service and regulatory authorities.
The Morwell North West residential precinct covers an area of approximately 142 hectares, containing some 70 individually owned allotments. The development plan will provide an estimated further 25 years of residential lots.
The development plan includes an overall plan that shows how the land can be subdivided and the location of key infrastructure. The development plan establishes the framework by which landowners will contribute to the cost of key shared infrastructure.
Cross’s Road Development Plan
The Cross’s Road Development Plan has been prepared to provide a framework for the coordinated and staged residential development of 76 Ha of land at 240 Cross’s Road,150 Tyers Road and land at Ashworth Drive, Traralgon. The Plan aims to achieve a high quality development which will provide over four hundred residential lots of varying size when fully developed.
The Plan addresses matters of land use and subdivision, waterways, infrastructure services, open space, flora and fauna and cultural heritage and has been prepared in collaboration with organisations including Latrobe City Council, Gippsland Water, West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority, VicRoads, DSE, EPA, SP Ausnet and CFA.
Key features of the Plan include:
- an integrated open space network;
- high quality urban design outcomes;
- quality recreational amenities for future residents; and
- a mix of residential lot sizes.
Crinigan Road Development Plan
The Crinigan Road Development Plan has been prepared to illustrate how 80Ha of land (and existing properties) within the Plan Precinct could be developed in an integrated and coordinated way both in the short and longer terms.
The Development Plan consists of a written document which is supplemented and supported by a number of reports which provide detailed analysis of the various technical aspects of the scheme.
The Plan provides a conceptual layout that has been developed in conjunction with a broad range of stakeholders including Latrobe City Council, Gippsland Water, West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority, VicRoads, DSE, EPA, SP Ausnet and CFA.
Key features of the Plan include:
- an integrated wetland system that provides both flood storage and water quality management;
- better connections to surrounding social infrastructure, residential areas and open space linking residents to surrounding community infrastructure, reserves and public facilities;
- Introduce a neighbourhood activity centre within walking distance of the majority of residents; and
- A mix of residential lot sizes.