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Boronia Structure Plan 2006 (Amendment C62 2011)

The Boronia Structure Plan was adopted by Council in October 2006 after extensive community consultation. The plan contains initiatives to improve land use mix, built form, economic sustainability, accessibility, public open space and the well being of the Boronia Community. The Boronia Structure Plan can be downloaded via the links below.

Please note the March 2012 Addendum to the Boronia Structure Plan March 2012 replaces the Built Form (Building Height) Framework (Figure 7) between pages 20 and 21.

Key land use and development objectives of the Boronia Structure Plan are included in the following sections of the Knox Planning Scheme.

  • Clause 22.06 Boronia Major Activity Centre Local Policy; and
  • Schedule 7 to Clause 43.02 – Design and Development Overlay

Amendment C133 was approved by the Minister for Planning in December 2015. This amendment made changes to the relevant sections of the Knox Planning Scheme in order to provide clearer guidance on use and development of land, particularly relating to residential development, within the Boronia Major Activity Centre.

The Minister for Planning approved these changes to the Knox Planning Scheme on an interim basis, with an expiry date of 15 December 2019. This will allow Council to undertake a strategic review of the Boronia Structure Plan and related planning controls.

If you require any additional information regarding the Boronia Structure Plan please contact Strategic Planning on 9298 8000 or email psamendments@knox.vic.gov.au.

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