The redevelopment site at 24 to 42 Dunlop Avenue, Ascot Vale will offer increased housing opportunities for more Victorians than ever before, with a range of housing solutions being delivered.

A planning permit for the 200 dwellings was issued by Moonee Valley City Council on 21 January 2020.

The project will provide an opportunity to showcase good housing design, aiming to enhance the confidence of local residents and the community for any future redevelopment of the broader Ascot Vale development.


City of Moonee Valley.

Key features

  • The gardens are landscaped with communal open spaces, seating areas, vegetable gardens and barbecue areas.
  • Each building will have secure entry and a design that will encourage and maximise sightlines and safety.
  • The project will promote good design and will incorporate Office of the Victorian Government Architect involvement and expertise in the development of design proposals for the site.
  • Environmentally efficient design, meaning the homes will be more comfortable as well as less expensive to heat and cool carrying a 5-star Green Star rating and a 7-star NatHERS average rating. 
  • The redevelopment will include 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes, responding to the changing needs of Victorian households.
  • All new homes built by Homes Victoria as part of the Big Housing Build will have a minimum Silver rating from Livable Housing Australia.
  • At least 5 per cent of the new social housing homes will be easy to access for Victorians with disabilities. This includes drop-off areas, paths, lifts and car parking.
  • Further information is available on the National Construction Code website.

Construction partners

Yet to be appointed.

Contact us

Email to register for project updates or send your questions to

Reviewed 30 June 2021

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