Amendments C186 – 5 Alma Street, Aberfeldie

The property at 5 Alma Street, Aberfeldie is significant for the evidence it provides of key phases in the development of Aberfeldie as a suburb in the first decades of the twentieth century.

It is also significant as an interwar villa that exhibits many features typical of the interwar brick Bungalow style, a popular form of domestic architecture in the suburbs during the 1920's. The dwellings have been assessed as having local historical, architectural and aesthetic significance to the City of Moonee Valley. 

The amendment will apply the Heritage Overlay to ensure that any future use, development or subdivision of the land is considered having regard to the purpose and decision guidelines of the Heritage Overlay and Council’s local heritage policy contained at Clause 21.01 of the Moonee Valley Planning Scheme.

November 2018 update

Amendment C186 was approved by the Minister for Planning on 31 October. It was gazetted into the Moonee Valley Planning Scheme on 8 November.

July 2018 update

At the Ordinary Meeting on 10 July, Council adopted Amendment C186 to the Moonee Valley Planning Scheme with all changes as recommended by the independent planning panel. On 13 July, Council officers submitted the adopted amendment to the Minister for Planning requesting its approval.

June 2018 update

Council received the independent planning report (pdf, 830KB) on 5 June.

Council officers will present a report at the Ordinary Meeting on 10 July for Council to consider the recommendations of the panel report.

May 2018 update

On 7 May, the Panel Hearing for Amendment C186 was held. The Chair of the panel will complete her independent report, and make it available to Council within 20 business days.

March 2018 update

On 15 March, Council officers attended the Directions Hearing for Amendment C186. The Chair of Planning Panel Victoria advised that the Panel Hearing will be held on 7 May at 10am at the Council Chamber in the Civic Centre, 9 Kellaway Avenue Moonee Ponds.

February 2018 update

At its Ordinary Meeting on 27 February, Council resolved to refer Amendment C186 to an independent planning panel.

December 2017 update

The exhibition period has now closed. Amendment C186 received one unresolved submission.

Amendment C186 will be presented at the Ordinary Meeting on 27 February 2018 where Council officers will seek a resolution to refer the matter to a Panel Hearing.

November 2017 update

Amendment C186 will be Exhibited in the Government Gazette on 16 November 2017.

To view Amendment C186 documentation please click on the following links:

Any written submission regarding the amendment should be received at Council by close of business Thursday, 14 December 2017 and addressed to:

Strategic Planning Department
Moonee Valley City Council
PO Box 126
Moonee Ponds VIC 3039

or email to council@mvcc.vic.gov.au

October 2017 update

Council’s application for authorisation to prepare Amendment C186 to the Moonee Valley Planning Scheme was approved by the Minister for Planning on 17 October 2017.

September 2017 update

At its Ordinary Meeting on 26 September 2017, Council resolved to seek authorisation from the Minister for Planning to prepare and exhibit Amendment C186. The amendment seeks to apply the Heritage Overlay on a permanent basis to the subject site.

Further information

For more information please contact the Strategic Planning team at 9243 8888.

Last updated: Tuesday, 13 November 2018, 11:23 PM