Tag Archives: Planning Minister Richard Wynne

Plenty not happening with the market

Plenty not happening with the market

The “phoney war” over the Queen Victoria Market redevelopment continues with proponents and opponents trading blows but Planning Minister Richard Wynne is still refusing to fire the starter’s gun. Planning Scheme Amendment C245 has been sitting on Mr Wynne’s desk for about 10 months.  With broad agreement about its content, Mr Wynne’s inactivity is looking

Apartment standards have been relaxed

By Shane Scanlan Victoria’s new apartments standards to become law next month are significantly more relaxed than the draft that was circulated in the middle of last year. The Property Council of Australia has taken the credit for securing “big wins” following the release by Planning Minister Richard Wynne of the new rules before Christmas.

Seeking Ministerial waiver

One of the biggest tests to Planning Minister Richard Wynne’s interim planning controls will be CBUS Property’s CCTV-inspired building for 447 Collins St designed by Woods Bagot and SHoP architects. The $1.25 billion scheme comprises dual 47-level towers connected via sky-bridge rising to an overall height of 165 metres. Occupying an entire city block, a

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