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Western Plains South Green Wedge Management Plan - Background Report

A sustainable future for Wyndham City

Wyndham City and City of Melton are working together to prepare Management Plans for the Western Plains South Green Wedge (WPSGW).

The Management Plans will provide a framework to support sustainable land use, land management, and development of the WPSGW.

As the WPSGW is spread over two municipalities, ultimately two Management Plans will be prepared. However, future use and development of the WPSGW will be guided by a single vision and shared principles and underpinned by Background Reports for each municipality. The plans will be developed in five stages and we are currently in Stage 2.

What is the land area that we are looking at?

The extent of the study area is highlighted in the map below (you can also download a larger version of the map in the document library) by the red outline. Whilst the Background Reports focuses on land within the study area, they also consider the role and influence of major current and future land uses surrounding the study area. Please note that the boundaries of the darker shaded areas, including the Western Grasslands Reserve, Eynesbury township and the Urban Growth Boundary are fixed and will not be reviewed by this study.

Consultation for this project has now closed.

The Project Team are busily reviewing submissions and feedback from the community and a Final Report will be developed.

The Final Report will be published to this project page in the document library.

We thank you for your feedback.

A sustainable future for Wyndham City

Wyndham City and City of Melton are working together to prepare Management Plans for the Western Plains South Green Wedge (WPSGW).

The Management Plans will provide a framework to support sustainable land use, land management, and development of the WPSGW.

As the WPSGW is spread over two municipalities, ultimately two Management Plans will be prepared. However, future use and development of the WPSGW will be guided by a single vision and shared principles and underpinned by Background Reports for each municipality. The plans will be developed in five stages and we are currently in Stage 2.

What is the land area that we are looking at?

The extent of the study area is highlighted in the map below (you can also download a larger version of the map in the document library) by the red outline. Whilst the Background Reports focuses on land within the study area, they also consider the role and influence of major current and future land uses surrounding the study area. Please note that the boundaries of the darker shaded areas, including the Western Grasslands Reserve, Eynesbury township and the Urban Growth Boundary are fixed and will not be reviewed by this study.

Consultation for this project has now closed.

The Project Team are busily reviewing submissions and feedback from the community and a Final Report will be developed.

The Final Report will be published to this project page in the document library.

We thank you for your feedback.