A person can make a property enquiry to VicRoads, requesting advice on whether a property is affected by an approved proposal.
Development Victoria is a new organisation that combines the expertise and capabilities of Places Victoria and Major Projects Victoria to create and deliver economic and social value to Victoria. Development Victoria will deliver property and precinct development projects to meet the Victorian Government's policy objectives and apply its experience and expertise to the delivery of civic projects that enhance the State.
Your local council should have planning controls to ensure new buildings and works on your property are appropriate to the flood risk.
Development Victoria manages large-scale development and construction projects - from concept to completion - for the Victorian Government.
On 1 April 2017, Places Victoria merged with Major Projects Victoria to become Development Victoria. Please visit www.development.vic.gov.au.
Learn about the urban design which is the practice of shaping the physical environment in order to improve the quality of life in cities and towns.
Learn about the planning system in Victoria and find helpful documentation to assist you in understanding it.
The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) is a State Government statutory authority that reports to the Minister for Planning. Victoria is growing, with a projected population of up to 10 million people by 2050. It is the VPA's main task to make sure Melbourne and its regions remain a great place to live. This requires vision and long-term planning, to ensure Victorians have equitable access to employment, public transport, attractive public space and affordable housing.