Big Ideas for Hampton Park Central

Have your say on the future of Hampton Park Central!

The City of Casey has prepared two new draft plans that have the potential to transform Hampton Park Central:

These documents are only drafts, so that we can make changes to them based on the feedback we receive during the public exhibition period. Your input on these plans is important because we want to work together with landowners and the broader community to develop a shared vision for Hampton Park Central.

How can I have my say?

Share your ideas on our discussions boards:

If you would like to make a formal submission, please do so here.


What are the draft plans?

The Draft Hampton Park Central Community Precinct Master Plan

The draft Master Plan outlines the future vision for the Hampton Park Central Community Precinct. By making the best use of Council-owned land, we can meet community needs and drive the revitalisation of Hampton Park Central. Council will not be able to fund the new community facilities alone. State and Federal government contributions will also be required. The draft Master Plan proposes:

  • A new Community Hub variety of community spaces including a library, family & children's centre, Arthur Wren Hall and meeting rooms.
  • A town square which celebrates the significant River Red Gum tree.
  • A realigned Main Street to improve the street network in Hampton Park Central.

The draft Master Plan proposes new Community Hub, and a town square which celebrates the magnificent River Red Gum tree.


The Draft Hampton Park Central Development Plan

The draft Development Plan is a planning document which provides guidelines for the whole of Hampton Park Central. It provides greater clarity about how landowners can redevelop their properties and guides the future revitalisation of the Town Centre. The key ideas of this draft Development Plan include:

  • A new street network with a realigned Main Street and a grid of north-south streets which will help create a walkable town centre.
  • New design guidelines to improve the look and feel of the streets and buildings.
  • New environment and landscape guidelines which will help create a green Hampton Park Central that is connected to the River Gum Creek.

The draft Development Plan proposes a more legible street network for Hampton Park Central.


Have your say on the future of Hampton Park Central!

The City of Casey has prepared two new draft plans that have the potential to transform Hampton Park Central:

These documents are only drafts, so that we can make changes to them based on the feedback we receive during the public exhibition period. Your input on these plans is important because we want to work together with landowners and the broader community to develop a shared vision for Hampton Park Central.

How can I have my say?

Share your ideas on our discussions boards:

If you would like to make a formal submission, please do so here.


What are the draft plans?

The Draft Hampton Park Central Community Precinct Master Plan

The draft Master Plan outlines the future vision for the Hampton Park Central Community Precinct. By making the best use of Council-owned land, we can meet community needs and drive the revitalisation of Hampton Park Central. Council will not be able to fund the new community facilities alone. State and Federal government contributions will also be required. The draft Master Plan proposes:

  • A new Community Hub variety of community spaces including a library, family & children's centre, Arthur Wren Hall and meeting rooms.
  • A town square which celebrates the significant River Red Gum tree.
  • A realigned Main Street to improve the street network in Hampton Park Central.

The draft Master Plan proposes new Community Hub, and a town square which celebrates the magnificent River Red Gum tree.


The Draft Hampton Park Central Development Plan

The draft Development Plan is a planning document which provides guidelines for the whole of Hampton Park Central. It provides greater clarity about how landowners can redevelop their properties and guides the future revitalisation of the Town Centre. The key ideas of this draft Development Plan include:

  • A new street network with a realigned Main Street and a grid of north-south streets which will help create a walkable town centre.
  • New design guidelines to improve the look and feel of the streets and buildings.
  • New environment and landscape guidelines which will help create a green Hampton Park Central that is connected to the River Gum Creek.

The draft Development Plan proposes a more legible street network for Hampton Park Central.