Community run and owned renewable energy projects are back on the agenda, under an Andrews Labor Government.
An Andrews Labor Government will review the botched planning zones imposed on councils and allow communities to have their say.
The Napthine Government plans to turn the community open space at Bob Pettit Reserve into a housing development, but Labor will save it.
Labor has committed to reviewing a 50 year old easement along a section of Punt Road which affects hundreds of residents.
An Andrews Labor Government will lock down the boundaries of Melbourne’s green wedges, ending the Napthine Government’s incursions into our open landscapes.
An Andrews Labor Government will give communities a fair go at VCAT and a real voice in the planning process.
An Andrews Labor Government will use planning powers to ‘call-in’ Boral’s new application to expand the Western Landfill.
Victorian Labor has pledged to review the planning process so the new suburb at Fishermans Bend can be protected from overdevelopment, congestion, flooding and a lack of schools and services.
The Napthine Government has been forced into a humiliating backflip on wind farms.
The body responsible for providing key advice to the Napthine Government on the East West Tunnel has handed down a scathing report that slams the Government’s handling of the project.
Baillieu Government support for open slather development has prompted an impassioned plea from the widow of former Liberal Premier Sir Rupert Hamer and former Labor Premier Steve Bracks, for a return to a bipartisanship approach on protecting Melbourne’s precious “Green Wedge”.
Changes proposed by the Baillieu Government this week will result in smaller backyards while allowing businesses to take over our suburbs.
The Baillieu Government has ignored a growing community backlash against a new approval process to give developers free rein in Victorian suburban streets.
The Baillieu Government must immediately outline its infrastructure plan to support growth.
Planning Minister Matthew Guy has failed to release a report that outlines the impact of storm surges and sea level rises on coastal communities.
Changes made to the state’s planning laws by the Baillieu Government have resulted in smaller backyards for families, new figures reveal.
The Baillieu Government’s decision to halve the amount of car-parking spaces required for developments will clog up suburban streets and increase the time commuters spend in traffic.
The Baillieu Government is pushing through new laws to give developers free reign in suburban streets.