Planning for Melbourne's Outer Suburbs

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Have Your Say Casey about Planning for Melbourne's Outer Suburbs

The City of Casey is advocating to the State Government for integrated planning so that necessary infrastructure, such as roads and transport networks are in place, when residents move into new communities.

The State Government is currently preparing a new Metropolitan Planning Strategy for Melbourne to build on its liveability and ensure the future prosperity of the State.

Residents and councils have the opportunity to provide input into the development of this strategy and the City of Casey is urging you to share your ideas and aspirations on land use and transport planning, so that Melbourne’s future can be informed by a diverse range of possibilities.

Help support Council’s campaign!

Have your say in our discussion forums by providing your ideas around the ten key themes including people, housing, transport, economy, freight, infrastructure, communities, environment, regional areas and peri-urban areas.

Council will collate and present your feedback to the State Government to inform the development of the Metropolitan Planning Strategy.

Have Your Say Casey about Planning for Melbourne's Outer Suburbs

The City of Casey is advocating to the State Government for integrated planning so that necessary infrastructure, such as roads and transport networks are in place, when residents move into new communities.

The State Government is currently preparing a new Metropolitan Planning Strategy for Melbourne to build on its liveability and ensure the future prosperity of the State.

Residents and councils have the opportunity to provide input into the development of this strategy and the City of Casey is urging you to share your ideas and aspirations on land use and transport planning, so that Melbourne’s future can be informed by a diverse range of possibilities.

Help support Council’s campaign!

Have your say in our discussion forums by providing your ideas around the ten key themes including people, housing, transport, economy, freight, infrastructure, communities, environment, regional areas and peri-urban areas.

Council will collate and present your feedback to the State Government to inform the development of the Metropolitan Planning Strategy.

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