August 22, 2018

Land Use Framework Plan for the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct – Project Update

The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) has released a project update regarding its work to develop a land use framework plan for the Parkville National Employment & Innovation Cluster (NEIC).

The VPA is working with the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct Office, City of Melbourne and government agencies to prepare the Parkville NEIC Framework Plan.

The VPA has released a project update which provides an overview of what has been learned since the project commenced in July 2017, including the stakeholders engaged thus far, how the Framework Plan relates to the Victorian Government’s 10-year strategic plan for the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct and the City of Melbourne’s work on the Melbourne Innovation Districts.

It also includes more information about the timelines for project timeline for the development of a draft plan for consultation (expected in early to mid 2019).

You can download the project update here.

You can read the Victorian Planning Authority’s work on the Parkville National Employment and Innovation Cluster here.

 

Media contact: Julie Browning 0419 003 063

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