16 April 2013 — Long-term issues in the Melbourne suburbs of Frankston and Dandenong will be resolved with the release of the Urban Growth Boundary Anomalies Advisory Committee report.

Submissions to the review from councils and landowners went through a comprehensive planning process with the entire process having the oversight of an independent probity auditor.

With the support of the relevant councils, the Advisory Committee and the Coalition Government, about eight hectares are to be included in the Urban Growth Boundary.

They are:

  • 4.95 hectares at 525-599 McClelland Drive, Langwarrin (Peninsula Private Hospital)
  • 4216 square metres at 462 Springvale Road and 81-143 Clarke Road, Springvale South
  • 433 square metres at 516-522 Springvale Road, Springvale South
  • 2.56 hectares at 159-171 and 173-191 Clarke Road, Springvale South.

The committee recommended that the Bangholme Precinct (bounded by Eumemmerring Creek, Frankston-Dandenong Road, Harwood Road and EastLink, Bangholme) not be included because it represented a major change in established policy and the land would be better considered in the City of Greater Dandenong’s Green Wedge Review.

A copy of report is here.

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