Frankston Green Wedge Management Plan

Frankston’s Green Wedge spans the greater South-East Green Wedge that covers parts of Carrum Downs, Frankston North, Skye and Langwarrin, and a smaller portion in the Mornington Peninsula Green Wedge that covers parts of Langwarrin South and Frankston South. The Frankston Green Wedge is an important asset for the city for its sustainable land management and opportunity for rejuvenation and change. 

Frankston Green Wedge Management Plan Documents

Surrounding Council Plans

Surrounding Council's Supporting Documents

History of the Green Wedge Zone

Plan Melbourne 2017-2050

Plan Melbourne 2017-2050  is the Victorian Government’s long-term planning strategy, guiding the way the city will grow and change to 2050. The strategy outlines measures to support jobs close to homes, services and transport and identifies the areas that will accommodate Melbourne’s future growth. 

Direction 1.4 of the policy deals with State Government’s direction with regards to the productive use of land and resources in Melbourne’s non-urban areas.

Direction 2.1.1 outlines the State Government’s direction on the long term development priorities for Melbourne and Victoria with regards to the urban growth boundary.

Further information on Melbourne’s Green Wedges and the preparation of management plans can be found on the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website:

Planning Practice Notes

Planning practice notes provide advice about the operation of the Victorian Planning Provisions and municipal planning schemes as well as a range of planning processes and topics.

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Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
Frankston 3199
P. 1300 322 322
E. info@frankston.vic.gov.au

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