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We also distributed a draft proposed Memorandum of Understanding to all relevant parties, and will work towards getting this finalised. We have developed a draft Conservation Management Plan CMP for the racecourse site as part of applying Heritage Overlays.
This has been sent to the racing club for comment. A report will go to the Council meeting on 29 April to consider the final version for the Heritage Overlays for the site.
Once Council has made a final decision to adopt the Heritage Overlays , this will then be sent to the Minister for Planning requesting approval.
We continue to have some concerns with the proposed density and heights of the master plan. We strongly believe the further analysis around transport and traffic needs to be completed before any decisions are made on this.
The next steps involve getting started on the heritage work and developing a Memorandum of Understanding with the racing club, Vic Roads and Public Transport Victoria to ensure a clear process is put in place in relation to the further work needed on master plan.
We are not in a position to comment in detail on the report at this stage. We want to take some time to thoroughly assess the report first. However we did want to make it publicly available so the community could also read and digest the information.
We will be working over the Christmas period to go through the report, with the aim of providing a comprehensive response and getting a Council report to the meeting cycle in late January.
As the Planning Authority, we will be strongly encouraging the Minister for Planning to allow us to take this time to thoroughly consider the report.
We will be looking to meet with him early in the new year to discuss the report and to ensure we work together to obtain the best outcome for the community.
We will also be looking to meet with the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure, the Moonee Valley Racing Club and the Advisory Committee in the new year.
The public hearing concluded on Thursday 24 October, after 13 hearing days. We called experts in the relevant fields of community infrastructure, traffic, heritage, planning and design, who presented evidence on our behalf.
The next stages in the process involves the Advisory Committee taking on board all the feedback presented at the hearing and throughout the process and then drafting a report with recommendations that will come to both the Minister for Planning and Council.
The report is due by 19 December, The next step in the racecourse master plan process is the Public Hearings. On Monday 16 September there was an interview on ABC with the Planning Minister Matthew Guy.
In this interview the Minister indicated that he was not involved in the process and if residents had feedback on the racecourse master plan they should contact Council.
It is important for residents to understand that the Minister has set up an advisory committee to run the process involving the assessment of the racecourse master plan.
His advisory committee has just completed a six week consultation process where they received submissions from the community, government departments and Council.
A Notice of Motion NOM was passed at that Council meeting and minor amendments to the document were made before sending it the Advisory Committee.
The NOM asked for the removal of any references in the document proposing a specific dwelling density or building height.
While the revised master plan does make some concessions in terms of the scale of the proposed development, it still does not address some key issues that Council previously raised with the club.
There are still concerns that the proposed master plan does not provide enough detail. Some of the gaps include:.
Car parking and traffic congestion The revised plan does not adequately show how the substantial increase in vehicles in the area will be managed.
This includes both daily vehicle movements and vehicle movements when events and races are taking place. Public access and safety We have concerns over the proposed access to the racecourse, where the majority of patrons would be funnelled through a single entry point.
Lack of significant open space The location and size of open space within the site is insufficient. Public transport capacity The revised plan has still not addressed how the significant increase in demand for public transport in the area would be managed.
Drainage and infrastructure impacts The site has significant drainage issues that have not been considered in the design of the master plan.
Heritage and significant trees The proposed development would not retain any important heritage features of the site.
We are now waiting for the Advisory Committee to confirm the next stages in the process and dates of when they will undertake community consultation.
The Moonee Valley Racecourse Advisory Committee recently met with Council and key stakeholders. The purpose of the meeting was for the Moonee Valley Racing Club MVRC to present a revised version of their master plan and to inspect the site.
The revised master plan suggests an additional population of 4, people in 2, new dwellings, and more frequent use of the racecourse, including an increase in the number of night races.
The revised master plan has been prepared by the MVRC and is provided for information purposes only and has not as yet been considered by the Advisory Committee and may not be the final form which is exhibited during the consultation process.
No comments are required to be made at this time. Copies of the relevant documents will be available for viewing at the Civic Centre on Kellaway Avenue and in local libraries.
It should be noted that this is preliminary material only and the master plan and heritage documents may change prior to the Advisory Committee putting them out on consultation.
This master planning process is being conducted by the Advisory Committee and therefore is not a Council process.
Council staff are now assessing the revised master plan. Our response is due to the Advisory Committee 14 June We have been formally advised by the Minister for Planning that he has released the Final Terms of Reference and that he has appointed members to the Advisory Committee on Monday 15 April The members are:.
As the Advisory Committee has been established by the Minister for Planning and is administered by the Department of Planning and Community Development, Council is guided by their timetable, and requirements.
The Terms of Reference dictate that the Advisory Committee is to have completed 'Stage 1: Review and Consultation' by 8 July Following this the DPCD will be undertaking a consultation program for a six 6 week period, where members of the community will be able to review material, make a submission and request to be heard at the Advisory Committee hearing.
Based on the timing outlined in the Terms of Reference, 'Stage 3: Public Hearing', is likely to commence around the end of September with a Directions Hearing.
If all goes to plan a report should be produced by the Committee, with a recommendation to the Minister in December The Minister has stated that Council is to remain the responsible authority for the site.
However, the Minister has not explicitly stated that Council is also to remain the planning authority for the site, following the completion of the Advisory Committee process.
The Advisory Committee has not yet been appointed. This means that the timing, as mentioned in the Terms of Reference, has not yet officially commenced.
The Minister also confirmed that the request for interim heritage controls at the Moonee Valley Racecourse site Planning Scheme Amendment C was refused on 6 December The Minister reiterated that he believed intervention in heritage matters in advance of an Advisory Committee process, would not result in the fair, orderly and sustainable consideration for development of land.
We have developed our official response to the Minister for Planning in relation to his letter and terms of reference for an Advisory Committee for the Moonee Valley Racecourse Master Plan proposal.
We have restated in our response that we do not support the Advisory Committee process because we consider that there is still inadequate information provided by the racing club in relation to their proposal.
This makes it very difficult for us and the community to make an informed decision about it. At this stage we are looking over the terms of reference and will put together a report to be considered at the 18 December Council meeting, allowing us to formally respond to the Minister.
We have commented in the past that we do not feel this is the preferred method for managing this process but it is essential that we participate and provide feedback on the terms of reference.
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Moonee Valley Racecourse is probably best known for the Cox Plate, the premier weight-for-age race in Australia and one of the highlights of the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.
Moonee Valley Racecourse has the distinction of being the only one in Australia to race on StrathAyr turf, which consists of grass on a reinforced sand base.
The tight, left-handed turning course is 1, metres, or nine furlongs, in circumference, with 7. That switch has now given MVRC CEO Michael Browell a lot to think about, with turnover up 56 per cent year-on-year for that meeting.
Turnover was super strong, but we need to see if we leave the races there, can we backfill the gap in that August race meeting.
Browell said the club was looking at some other changes to its program but would not be making any wholesale changes. We will go through that over the next two months and as we get to February, we will start to lock a few things down," he said.