Planning Backlash and the Development Crisis in Melbourne

Wednesday, 31 May 2017 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Development Crisis in Melbourne

We talk to Michael Bayliss from Planning Backlash about the development woes facing Melbourne and how this issue will only become more serious in light of plans to further deregulate the planning system. Whether it is increasing densities in the inner suburbs or developing the urban fringe, we are not getting the standard of development that Melbourne requires as we proceed to a low carbon economy. 

Michael also discusses the protest that is organised to take place on the steps of State Parliament at 1pm on Thursday June 8 (details below):

"This government is rapidly taking away all our rights about planning and development. New laws have been brought out and even worse ones are coming. We demand that they restore residents' rights. We must have a say in what can be built in our streets and in our city.
Please make the effort to be there. We need numbers to show them we are serious. Professor Michael Buxton will be speaking and the Planning Minister and Shadow Planning Minister will be invited to speak as well as some residents."

Wednesday 9:00am to 10:00am
Urban environment issues, analysing government services, both federal and state and local campaigns.

Presenter

Kevin Healy & Meg Kimber

Topic