Council has engaged Context Pty Ltd to review the heritage significance of all buildings within the Methodist Ladies' College (MLC) campus at 207 Barkers Road, Kew.
The review was undertaken following the identification of a number of mapping anomalies in relation to the existing Heritage Overlays onsite.
The draft citation identifies 11 significant buildings/elements and five contributory buildings/elements, and proposes a revised Heritage Overlay to replace the existing Heritage Overlays within the MLC campus (HO204, HO271, and part of HO150).
Further details are provided in the draft citation.
Current status (February 2018)
We are seeking feedback on the draft citation before deciding whether to commence the formal planning scheme amendment process to apply the proposed Heritage Overlay.
Any feedback on the draft study must be made in writing by Thursday 29 March 2018.
To provide feedback, use the online form.
If you are unable to complete the online submission form, please contact Council’s Strategic Planning Department on 9278 4815.
Consideration by Council
Council officers will review the feedback received and prepare a report for consideration by the Urban Planning Special Committee (UPSC). The UPSC will determine whether to proceed with a planning scheme amendment to implement the recommendations of the draft MLC heritage citation.
Affected and adjoining property owners/occupiers and anyone who provided Council with feedback as part of the preliminary consultation process will be notified of the UPSC meeting and have the opportunity to address the UPSC in support of their feedback.
Please note that Council will treat all responses and information in accordance with the following privacy statement:
Council will collect the information in your submission to progress the project. The information you provide (including personal information) will be used by Council for that primary purpose or directly related purposes, such as contacting you about the project. Council may also use the personal information provided to contact you about other similar projects. Personal information may also be used to update Council’s customer databases to assist Council in discharging its functions or providing services under relevant legislation including the Local Government Act 1989. Council may also publish submissions on its website, provide copies of submissions, and make publicly available lists of submissions during this period. Submissions may be disclosed in a report to Council which will by virtue of the Local Government Act 1989, be available to the public for an extended period. Requests for access to and/or amendment of the personal information should be made to Council’s Privacy Officer (9278 4444).
For more information contact Jo Liu, Senior Strategic Planner:
- Phone: 9278 4990
- Email: [email protected]