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02/09/2020
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Mornington Peninsula Shire Council has adopted a strategy to deal with housing and population growth over the next 16 years. With the State Government projecting the Peninsula’s population to reach 200,360 by 2036 – a rise of more than 38,800 from 2016 – the Mornington Peninsula Housing and Settlement Strategy: Refresh 2020-2036 outlines how this growth will be accommodated while ensuring the special values and character of the Peninsula are protected.
The council has also resolved to begin amending planning controls to ensure development better respects the Peninsula’s valued neighbourhood character and to make it easier to build a new home or extend an existing one.
“We have a significant role in managing the demand for housing and population growth on the Peninsula as well as ensuring the unique characteristics of the Peninsula are safeguarded,” said Mayor Sam Hearn. “However, our role is to also make sure our residents have the ability to stay in the townships they love for longer. As such, we’ve worked to improve the process of building or extending on the Peninsula to make it more streamlined for residents.”
Planning services committee chairwoman Antonella Celi said the council would next seek authorisation from Planning Minister Richard Wynne to prepare a planning scheme amendment to formally introduce the proposed changes into the planning scheme. “A key part of this will be engagement with the community to ensure the proposed changes are understood by the community and enable the community to have their say,” Cr Celi said.

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