Melbourne, let's talk about the future - have your say
The Ministerial Advisory Committee has prepared a Discussion Paper called Melbourne, let's talk about the future. The paper has been prepared to prompt debate around the challenges and ideas for Melbourne's future.
Submissions to the Discussion Paper are now closed. Your thoughts will form part of the Metropolitan Planning Strategy to be released later in the year.
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The Discussion Paper at a Glance
The Discussion Paper sets out nine principles to inform the Metropolitan Planning Strategy. Five of these principles identify the outcomes the Strategy needs to address and the remaining four principles outline how these outcomes can be achieved.
What we want to achieve
Principle 1: A distinctive Melbourne
Principle 2: A globally connected and competitive city
Principle 3: Social and economic participation
Principle 4: Strong communities
Principle 5: Environmental resilience
What needs to change
Principle 6: A polycentric city linked to regional cities
Principle 7: Living locally – a ‘20 minute’ city
Making it happen
Principle 8: Infrastructure investment that supports city growth
Principle 9: Leadership and partnership
Last updated: 23 Apr 2013
Our survey is now closed
A Discussion Paper called "Melbourne - Lets talk about the future" has been released to prompt debate around Melbourne's future.
Submissions are now closed. Check back regularly for updates and more opportunities to have your say.