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Martin Street Structure Plan (C152)

The Bayside Housing Strategy 2012 identified the area around the Gardenvale Train Station as an area that should accommodate moderate residential growth. 

To guide how this growth should occur, we have developed the Martin Street Structure Plan that helps outline how commercial and residential development should occur in the future. The development of the Martin Street Structure Plan involved three rounds of community consultation which helped to inform the final Structure Plan.

We are now undertaking the formal process, called Amendment C152, to implement the vision, objectives and strategies of the Martin Street Structure Plan into the Bayside Planning Scheme.

What happens next?

Council considered the recommendations of the Planning Panel at its 19 December 2017 Ordinary Meeting and adopted Amendment C152.

The Amendment has been submitted to the Minister for Planning for approval.  

View the planning panel report

Planning panel report (PDF, 723.02KB)

A printed copy is also available to view at our corporate headquarters, 76 Royal Avenue Sandringham, VIC 3191.

Where does the amendment apply?

The amendment applies to the Martin Street Activity Centre as identified in the map below:

How can I find out more?

The amendment documentation is available for public inspection, free of charge, during office hours at the following places:

If you would like to stay up to date on the status of the amendment register your details here.

For more information

For more details on the Planning Scheme and Amendment C152, please contact the Urban Strategy team on (03) 9599 4635 or email planningstrategy [at] bayside.vic.gov.au (subject: Amendment%20C152%20-%20Martin%20Street%20Structure%20Plan)