Council’s heritage consultant, Context Pty Ltd, has identified the property at 7-11 Miami Street, Hawthorn East to be of individual heritage significance to the City of Boroondara.
Current status (April 2018)
Adoption of heritage citation and request for authorisation
On Monday 19 February 2018, the Urban Planning Special Committee (UPSC) adopted the heritage citation for 7-11 Miami Street, Hawthorn East and resolved to commence the formal planning scheme amendment process to apply the Heritage Overlay to the property on a permanent basis.
The UPSC report can be downloaded from Council’s meetings and agendas webpage.
To introduce the Heritage Overlay, Council needs to amend the Boroondara Planning Scheme. To commence the planning scheme amendment process, Council has written to the Minister for Planning to request authorisation to prepare and exhibit Amendment C287. The Minister for Planning authorised the amendment on 26 February 2018.
Amendment C287 is currently on public exhibition and you now have the opportunity to provide feedback to Council on the proposed changes.
Submissions must be made in writing and received by Monday 21 May 2018.
You can lodge a submission the following ways:
- Online form
- Mail: Boroondara City Council, Strategic Planning Department, Amendment C287, Private Bag 1, CAMBERWELL VIC 3124
Please note any feedback provided as part of the preliminary consultation process will not be considered a submission to Amendment C287. If you would like your views to be considered as part of Amendment C287, you need to lodge a new submission.
Amendment and supporting information
- Explanatory Report
- Instruction Sheet
- Notice of preparation
- Schedule to the Heritage Overlay
- Map 12HO
- Adopted Citation
View a hard copy of all the amendment and supporting information at the City of Boroondara Planning Counter at 8 Inglesby Road, Camberwell.
Consideration by UPSC
Once the public exhibition process is complete, officers will review all submissions received and prepare a report for consideration by the Urban Planning Special Committee (UPSC).
The UPSC will decide whether to:
- Make changes to the amendment in response to submissions.
- Seek appointment of an independent Panel and refer any submissions to the Panel for consideration.
- Recommend adoption of the amendment by Council, if there are no submissions or all submissions have been resolved.
- Abandon the amendment.
The report is likely to be considered by the UPSC in mid-2018.
Contact Alexander Antoniadis, Strategic Planner:
- Phone: 9278 4987
- Email: [email protected].
Council will collect the information in your submission to transparently carry out the Planning Scheme Amendment in accordance with the Planning and Environment Act 1987 (Act). 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 must make a copy of all submissions available for any person to inspect free of charge until two months after completion of the amendment process in accordance with Section 21 of the Act. Submissions will be disclosed in full to Council's consultants (if applicable) who will make recommendations to Council regarding the submissions. Council and the State Government may also publish submissions on their websites, provide copies of submissions, and make publicly available lists of submissions. 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).