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Consultations


The Victorian Government is increasingly using the internet to provide a channel for public consultations on specific topics. These government consultations link to agency websites where the relevant agency has published a discussion or consultation paper, which can be responded to via the internet or by postal mail.

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    Consultations

    The Victorian Government wants your opinions and ideas on specific matters listed below.

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    • Aboriginal Community Open Meeting
      Aboriginal Community Open Meeting

      The Aboriginal Community Open Meeting will go live from 2pm on Wednesday 3 February 2016.

      Category: Community

      Status: Ongoing

      Department of Premier and Cabinet

    • Act for the Future
      Act for the Future

      The Local Government Act Review Directions Paper, Act for the Future - Directions for a new Local Government Act (External link)outlines the key reforms proposed to develop the legislative framework for Victorian local government for the future.

      Category: Local Government

      Opening date: 8 June 2016

      Closing date: 16 September 2016

      Status: Open

      Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

    • Albert Park Master Plan
      Albert Park Master Plan

      The Draft Issues & Opportunities Paper has been completed and is available to download and review now.

      Category: Environment

      Status: Ongoing

      Parks Victoria

    • Bus Your Bike Trial
      Bus Your Bike Trial

      Victoria is conducting its first trial of bike racks on buses, servicing four metropolitan and regional bus routes.
      The one year trial will see bike racks fitted to the front of 15 buses operating on Bendigo Route 16, Routes 510 and 512 in Moreland, and the Cowes to Wonthaggi service.

      The bike racks, each capable of carrying two bikes, will enable passengers to ride to their local bus stop and then catch public transport to continue their journey.

      The trial is also aimed at alleviating congestion on local roads and providing an environmentally friendly transport option for Victorians.

      Riders using the bike racks simply secure their bike using the spring-loaded clamps, before boarding the bus and paying the standard fare.

      At the end of the trial a full assessment of the impact on service including patronage, performance and customer satisfaction will be carried out.

      Category: Transport

      Opening date: 11 April 2016

      Closing date: 30 April 2017

      Status: Open

      Public Transport Victoria

    • Community Consultation on IBAC, the Victorian Ombudsman and the Auditor-General
      Community Consultation on IBAC, the Victorian Ombudsman and the Auditor-General

      The Victorian Government is committed to ensuring a robust integrity and accountability system for Victoria. Victorians are entitled to expect that the public sector will act with integrity and be accountable for its decisions. While the primary responsibility to act with integrity lies with public bodies and officers, Victoria's integrity and accountability bodies, including the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC), the Victorian Ombudsman and the Auditor-General, play a critical role by providing avenues for complaint and independent oversight of the public sector.

      The Victorian Government wants to hear your views on key issues about the role and operation of these bodies as part of its extensive review of the integrity and accountability system. The Government has developed discussion papers inviting input on:

      * IBAC's public examinations and IBAC's role in preventing corruption in the public sector
      * the Victorian Ombudsman's continuing role in the Victorian integrity and accountability system, and
      * the role of the modern Auditor-General in the Victorian integrity and accountability system

      Category: Justice, Other

      Opening date: 29 March 2016

      Closing date: 20 May 2016

      Status: Closed

      Department of Premier and Cabinet

    • DELWP Fire Planning
      DELWP Fire Planning

      How do we balance protection of communities, infrastructure and valuable ecosystems from bushfires? Help us to incorporate local knowledge and community values in Victoria's bushfire management planning.

      Category: Environment

      Status: Ongoing

      Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

    • Developing a Climate Change Framework for action
      Developing a Climate Change Framework for action

      The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning is building a framework for climate change action in Victoria that will be released in 2016.

      We want to hear from you about the challenges and opportunities for climate change action, your vision for a thriving and resilient future for Victoria, and how government can work with you to get us there.

      Category: Environment

      Opening date: 1 December 2015

      Closing date: 29 February 2016

      Status: Closed

      Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

    • Emergency Management Legislation Amendment (Planning) Bill 2016
      Emergency Management Legislation Amendment (Planning) Bill 2016

      Written submissions are invited on proposed legislative amendments to reform the arrangements that apply to planning for emergencies in Victoria.

      Category: Justice, Other

      Opening date: 3 May 2016

      Closing date: 30 June 2016

      Status: Closing soon

      Department of Justice and Regulation

    • Energy Hardship Review
      Energy Hardship Review

      The Commission has been asked to review the policies, practices and procedures that energy retailers use to help customers in financial hardship avoid disconnection. It will also assess the regulatory framework governing retailers' obligations.

      A consultation paper in April 2015 will invite stakeholder submissions. If you would like to be on the Commission's mailing list for this inquiry please email energyhardshipreview@esc.vic.gov.au

      Category: Infrastructure, Other

      Status: Ongoing

      Essential Services Commission

    • Environment Effects Statement (EES) for the new Metro Tunnel
      Environment Effects Statement (EES) for the new Metro Tunnel

      The Melbourne Metro Rail Project is being assessed through an Environment Effects Statement (EES) process. This was a requirement of the Minister for Planning's original 'public works' declaration which was published in an Order on 3 September 2015. This was accompanied by a 'Statement of Reasons'.

      The EES is an integrated assessment of the potential environmental, social, economic and planning impacts of the project, and the approach to managing these impacts. The Melbourne Metro EES is supported by a range of technical studies that identify and assess the potential effects of the project and provide guidance on mitigation measures. They will also inform any subsequent approvals or conditions on the project.

      Melbourne Metro Rail Authority (MMRA) has undertaken a comprehensive public engagement program to seek input from the community and other stakeholders throughout the planning and development of the project.

      The EES technical studies, along with inputs from community and stakeholder engagement, will help shape the detailed alignment, design and construction methodology of Melbourne's new underground rail line.

      We have also prepared a draft Planning Scheme Amendment (PSA). Changes to the Planning Scheme are being recommended to protect the tunnels, stations and associated infrastructure and guide future development in their vicinity.

      Category: Transport

      Opening date: 25 May 2016

      Closing date: 6 July 2016

      Status: Closing soon

      Melbourne Metro Rail

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