• 1. Neighbourhood and Village Pulses

    Delivering a 20-minute city and a city of 20-minute neighbourhoods.

To enable 20-minute neighbourhoods to be developed effectively requires identifying where each neighbourhood is and the activity centre on which it will be centred.

This involves spatial thinking and the identification of neighbourhoods and the activity centres that will provide the foundations from which the community can grow and develop in terms of public and private infrastructure, thus providing greater capacity to deliver the Wyndham 2040 Vision.

It is also important to recognize that not all neighbourhoods or their activity centres are the same. Some are identified to support larger catchments of multiple neighbourhoods. The new approach proposed identifies these as critical locations for the future development of Wyndham. They are the key existing and proposed activity centres in Wyndham that will be central to the creation of Wyndham as a 20-minute city.

Just as there are several pulse points in our bodies that monitor our health and well-being, there are pulse points throughout Wyndham that are existing and future hubs of activity serving the surrounding residential neighbourhoods.

Our Draft Wyndham Plan includes seven Neighbourhood Pulses and two Village Pulses:

  • Tarneit
  • Riverdale
  • Manor Lakes
  • Mambourin
  • Williams Landing
  • Point Cook
  • Point Cook South*
  • Little River (Village Pulse)
  • Werribee South (Village Pulse)

*Unlike other Neighbourhood Pulses, Point Cook South is identified as a smaller Neighbourhood Pulse. It has not yet been planned and is subject to a Precinct Structure Plan planning process that has not yet commenced. The size and scale of this Neighbourhood Pulse will be determined through the future process with community input.

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8 February, 2023

Mouna Ibrahim says:

And it will be good to ask them if they are willing to pay their Council Rates and fees and be treated as a prisoner in return.

8 February, 2023

Mouna Ibrahim says:

be better put in letterboxes to reach a wider audience. It's also better that they know their Council censored free speech.

8 February, 2023

Mouna Ibrahim says:

More detailed information about these dystopian 20m neighbourhoods including websites where people can learn more about being a slave will

8 February, 2023

Mouna Ibrahim says:

No hard feelings about not posting my comments about what 20 minute neighbourhoods are really about and that is control & surveillance.

6 February, 2023

Andy says:

Sounds good. I believe this is the start and we can build on this in the future as well. Go for it!!! Would love to see Alamora Estate added

2 February, 2023

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1 February, 2023

Evy says:

Truganina is left out again. Without a decent supermarket but surrounded by petrol stations. Not lots of green space or activity centres.

27 January, 2023

Faye Hewson says:

This will creates division And removes our freedom of personal choice and movement

19 January, 2023

Marjo says:

Need more information. Truganina overlooked & no decent supermarket. Need natural open spaces, not over development by greedy developers.

18 January, 2023

Trugsquad says:

What about Truganina? This suburb is growing by the minute with multiple estates and schools and barely any bus routes through them.

14 January, 2023

Jalal says:

20 minutes pulse is great idea. But if Truganina, ignored; Tarneit pulse will be overburden. no. of user must be considered for ease of use

14 January, 2023

Tara says:

Wondering if more information about what will be in the 20 minute cities could be provided