Draft King and Queen Street Masterplan

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Wallan is part of Victoria's fastest-growing municipality so we're planning to stay on the front foot to ensure sustainable growth.

We've developed a Draft Masterplan for the King and Queen Street precinct area to help guide development and growth over the next few decades. We are really keen to get community feedback on this plan. Your comments will help inform a final plan for this important precinct.

So that we capture all ideas, we've created an interactive map that you can pinpoint your comments and suggestions.

So what are we proposing in the draft of the masterplan?

  • The potential to open a new open space park for the community
  • New roads to link Watson Street and William Street to improve connectivity
  • A shared footpath to connect the Community Park with Mittagong Creek and expand accessibility in Wallan
  • More residential options for a growing community

The King and Queen Street precinct is one of several planned residential growth areas in Wallan, which will cater for much of the town’s planned growth.

As outlined in the Draft Masterplan, Mitchell Shire is forecast to house more than 128,000 residents by 2040. This means about 447 homes or dwellings will need to be built each year to allow this many people to call Wallan home.

The Draft Masterplan proposes also more road connections to the newly funded completion of the Watson Street Diamond Interchange project.

The precinct is bounded by Windham Street to the west, William Street to the north, Mittagong Creek to the east, and the Wallan Creek, Watson Street and existing development to the south. The precinct was identified as a priority project area in the Wallan Structure Plan as it is located close to Wallan's commercial hub, shopping centres, schools and Hudson Park.

This $50,000 project is funded by the Victorian Government's Growing Suburbs fund.

Submissions are public documents and may form part of meeting agendas and minutes. Therefore, your name, locality, and the details of your submission will become part of the public record. In order for your submission to be considered, you must provide your name, address, and contact email.

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

  • Provide a submission online or by hard copy
  • Use our pinpoint map to provide ideas (we will need your contact details)
  • To request a one-on-one discussion or video-conference with the Project Manager, please call us on 5734 6200.
  • Our Customer and Library Service Centres are currently closed. If you would like us to mail you a hard copy submission, or you are unable to print, call 5734 6200.
  • Once you've printed the hardcopy, post a submission to:

Mitchell Shire Council
Strategic Planning Department
113 High Street
Broadford, VIC, 3658

MORE INFORMATION

For further information please call the Planning team on 5734 6200.

Submissions close on Friday 9 October 2020.

Wallan is part of Victoria's fastest-growing municipality so we're planning to stay on the front foot to ensure sustainable growth.

We've developed a Draft Masterplan for the King and Queen Street precinct area to help guide development and growth over the next few decades. We are really keen to get community feedback on this plan. Your comments will help inform a final plan for this important precinct.

So that we capture all ideas, we've created an interactive map that you can pinpoint your comments and suggestions.

So what are we proposing in the draft of the masterplan?

  • The potential to open a new open space park for the community
  • New roads to link Watson Street and William Street to improve connectivity
  • A shared footpath to connect the Community Park with Mittagong Creek and expand accessibility in Wallan
  • More residential options for a growing community

The King and Queen Street precinct is one of several planned residential growth areas in Wallan, which will cater for much of the town’s planned growth.

As outlined in the Draft Masterplan, Mitchell Shire is forecast to house more than 128,000 residents by 2040. This means about 447 homes or dwellings will need to be built each year to allow this many people to call Wallan home.

The Draft Masterplan proposes also more road connections to the newly funded completion of the Watson Street Diamond Interchange project.

The precinct is bounded by Windham Street to the west, William Street to the north, Mittagong Creek to the east, and the Wallan Creek, Watson Street and existing development to the south. The precinct was identified as a priority project area in the Wallan Structure Plan as it is located close to Wallan's commercial hub, shopping centres, schools and Hudson Park.

This $50,000 project is funded by the Victorian Government's Growing Suburbs fund.

Submissions are public documents and may form part of meeting agendas and minutes. Therefore, your name, locality, and the details of your submission will become part of the public record. In order for your submission to be considered, you must provide your name, address, and contact email.

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

  • Provide a submission online or by hard copy
  • Use our pinpoint map to provide ideas (we will need your contact details)
  • To request a one-on-one discussion or video-conference with the Project Manager, please call us on 5734 6200.
  • Our Customer and Library Service Centres are currently closed. If you would like us to mail you a hard copy submission, or you are unable to print, call 5734 6200.
  • Once you've printed the hardcopy, post a submission to:

Mitchell Shire Council
Strategic Planning Department
113 High Street
Broadford, VIC, 3658

MORE INFORMATION

For further information please call the Planning team on 5734 6200.

Submissions close on Friday 9 October 2020.

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Draft King and Queen Street Masterplan

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Do you have a vision for this up and coming precinct?

If you have any further ideas not discussed in the draft documents, please let us know by dropping a pin and explaining to us your project idea.

Do you have a vision for this up and coming precinct?

If you have any further ideas not discussed in the draft documents, please let us know by dropping a pin and explaining to us your project idea.