Amendment C266 proposes to implement the recommendations of the Canterbury Heritage Gap Assessment to include 22 individual heritage places, six heritage precincts and one precinct extension in the Heritage Overlay to the Boroondara Planning Scheme.
About Amendment C266
Council is proposing changes to planning controls affecting land at:
- 6 Alexandra Avenue, Canterbury
- 902A Burke Road, Canterbury
- 61 Canterbury Road, Canterbury
- 146 Canterbury Road, Canterbury
- 351-359 Canterbury Road, Canterbury
- 190A Canterbury Road, 26A Myrtle Road, Canterbury & 6 Harp Road, Kew (Electrical substations)
- 35 Chatham Road, Canterbury
- 13 Mangarra Road, Canterbury
- 16 Mangarra Road, Canterbury
- 23 Mangarra Road, Canterbury
- 49 Mangarra Road, Canterbury
- 35 Matlock Street, Canterbury
- 67 Mont Albert Road, Canterbury
- 106 Mont Albert Road, Canterbury
- 25 Shierlaw Avenue & 1A Faversham Road, Canterbury
- 2 Snowden Place, Canterbury
- 10 The Ridge, Canterbury
- 14 The Ridge, Canterbury
- 15 View Street, Canterbury
- 2B Warburton Road, Canterbury
- 37 Wentworth Avenue, Canterbury
- 2 Woodstock Street (and stables at 33A Parlington Street), Canterbury
- Canterbury Road Commercial Precinct
- Griffin Estate & Environs Residential Precinct
- Matlock Street Residential Precinct
- Parlington Estate Residential Precinct
- Rochester Road Residential Precinct
- Victoria Avenue Residential Precinct
- 1A Balwyn Road (extension of HO264 - Balwyn Road Residential Precinct to cover 2 Boronia Street).
Amendment C266 proposes to include the above properties in the Heritage Overlay in the Boroondara Planning Scheme.
Current status (April 2018)
Interim heritage controls for Canterbury approved (Amendment C264)
Amendment C264 has been approved and was gazetted on 8 February 2018. The amendment introduces interim Heritage Overlays to all affected properties in Canterbury as recommended in Amendments C266. Amendment C266 seeks to introduce permanent Heritage Overlays as identified in the Canterbury Heritage Gap Study.
Under delegation from the Minister for Planning, the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) has approved the interim Heritage Overlays with an expiry date of 30 November 2018. This will allow enough time for the permanent heritage control amendment to be properly considered.
The independent Panel appointed to consider submissions to Amendment C266 has scheduled a public hearing on 18, 19, 23, 24, 26 and 27 April 2018. You can access a copy of the current hearing schedule here.
As directed by the independent Panel, any expert witness statements needed to be circulated by 12pm, Thursday 12 April 2018.
Council’s ‘Part A’ Submission
As per the Directions of the independent Planning Panel, dated 21 March 2018, a copy of Council’s Part A submission is provided here:
Council’s Expert Witness Reports
As per the Directions of the independent Planning Panel, dated 21 March 2018, expert witness reports must be circulated by 12pm, Thursday 12 April 2018. Council’s expert witness reports are provided here:
Expert Witness Reports from other Parties
As per the Directions of the independent Planning Panel, dated 21 March 2018, Council must upload all expert witness reports to its website by 4pm, Friday 13 April 2018. These reports are provided here:
- Bryce Raworth Expert Witness Statement - 1A Balwyn Road and 2 Boronia Street, Canterbury
- Bryce Raworth Expert Witness Statement - 26 Victoria Avenue, Canterbury
- Peter Andrew Barrett Expert Witness Statement - 49 Mangarra Road, Canterbury
- Robyn Riddett Expert Witness Statement - 8 Chaucer Crescent, Canterbury
10-12 Rochester Road, Canterbury
- Bryce Raworth Expert Witness Statement
- David Bick Expert Witness Statement
- David Bick Additional material 1
- David Bick Additional material 2
2 Snowden Place, Canterbury