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Matthew Guy and the World’s Most Liveable City

Matthew Guy, current Minister for Planning in the State of Victoria, has received a lot of criticism in recent past for his contribution towards reshaping Melbourne’s skyline. 528 more words

Politics

Upton opposes Wellington St rezone

Originally published at Bondi View

It’s the redevelopment that’s had Bondi locals up in arms.

Four years after Waverley council warded off attempts to rezone their last remaining tennis courts to make way for 30 units and a community centre, residents are gearing up for another fight to protect their local sporting facility. 337 more words

Meeting with Planning and Education Ministers Renews Hope

Bernie Finn has managed to get a meeting for us with Matthew Guy The Minister for Planning, and Martin Dixon for the Minister for Education which will take place in about four weeks. 58 more words

An Interesting Turn of Events

A change of process in how the state government disposes of surplus land has been a key stumbling block in the Save Sunvale campaign.

As things stand, the process follows these steps: 207 more words

Which Barry is our Barry?

There’s an old saying. Seven days in politics makes one weak.

And last week we were fine tuning our blogging skills to applaud the Premier of New South Wales, Barry O’Farrell, for taking positive steps to bring wind farm operations under the control of the Environment Protection Authority. 886 more words

Big Wind Politics

How hard will they try to kill off the "local" in Local Government?

We regularly hear what can only be described as hollow words from the State Government about their desire to see local communities having control over their local areas. 456 more words

Port Phillip Community

Baillieu’s wind farm crackdown sparks debate

Teaser: Environment Victoria and the Greens accuse the Baillieu Government of sacrificing the environment by imposing overly restrictive laws on wind farm construction.

The Baillieu Government has announced restrictive reform to planning laws which will allow residents to prevent the construction of wind farms within two kilometres of their homes. 222 more words