The City of Boroondara Municipal-Wide Heritage Gap Study: Volume 5 Kew East and Mont Albert presents the findings and recommendations from the heritage assessment of Kew East & Mont Albert and includes citations for the nominated individual heritage properties and precincts.
Council sought feedback on the draft City of Boroondara Municipal Wide Heritage Gap Study: Volume 5 Kew East and Mont Albert from 5 March to 9 April 2018.
Current status (November 2018)
Adoption of Kew East and Mont Albert Heritage Gap Study
On 29 October 2018, the Urban Planning Special Committee (UPSC) adopted the Kew East and Mont Albert Heritage Gap Study and resolved to commence the formal planning scheme amendment process to introduce the Kew East and Mont Albert Heritage Gap Study into the Boroondara Planning Scheme. Access a copy of the UPSC report.
To ensure the Kew East and Mont Albert Heritage Gap Study is considered as part of the planning permit process, Council will implement the recommendations of the adopted study through Amendment C306.
About the Kew East and Mont Albert Heritage Gap Study
Council has engaged Context Pty Ltd to prepare the Municipal Wide Heritage Gap Study. The fifth study to be prepared is for the suburbs of Kew East and Mont Albert. The study area consists of all properties located outside the existing Heritage Overlay in Kew East and Mont Albert.
The draft study has now been completed and has identified the following properties and precincts to be of local heritage significance:
- 1417 Burke Road
- 22 Elm Grove
- 5 Fairway Drive
- 54-58 Kilby Road
- 104 Kilby Road
- 35 Kitchener Street
- 117 Normanby Road
- 142-142A Normanby Road
- 53 Windella Avenue
- 63 Windella Avenue
- Boulevard Estate and Environs Precinct
- Harp Village Commercial Precinct
- Windella Avenue and Environs Precinct
These places are recommended for inclusion in the Heritage Overlay under the Boroondara Planning Scheme.