The Wonthaggi North East Growth area has been identified as a key growth area for Bass Coast Shire, and the peri-urban area of Melbourne. Planning for growth in Bass Coast’s regional centre Wonthaggi ensures that the municipality is ready to take advantage of the opportunities presented in proximity to the metropolitan area, tourism, improved infrastructure and the surrounding Gippsland region.
Council, in collaboration with the Victorian Planning Authority (VPA), has prepared a Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) to guide development in the Wonthaggi North East Growth Area.
The PSP will provide for approximately 5,030 residential lots and up to 12,000 residents along with 61 hectares of industrial and commercial land. The plan provides a strategic framework that will guide the town’s growth from 8,000 to 20,000 residents over the next 30 to 50 years.
Approximately 5,030 residential lots and up to 12,000 residents
61 hectares of employment land ( includes industrial, commercial and mixed use areas)
The existing Commercial 2 Zoned land south of the Bass Highway will be changed to Industrial 3 Zone to accommodate light industrial activities
8 hectares for a Homemaker Centre
2,000 square metres for Retail Space
61 hectares for Industrial and Commercial Uses
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Paynesville Park Subdivision
The Paynesville Park subdivision / development includes the following stages:
Broadlands Tourist Park
The primary objective of the project is to create a Tourist Park and development of a Business us...
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