Draft ‘Refresh’ Housing Strategy 2017

The Frankston Housing Strategy (2017 draft) sets out a range of initiatives to accommodate the expected increase in population up to 2036 and beyond.

It aims to meet the housing demands of a growing population. Looking at location, it addresses whether Frankston’s housing meets capacity, diversity and specialised housing, affordability, and sustainable design needs.

What are your thoughts on housing in the Frankston region now and in the future?

Key objectives are to maintain a steady supply of new housing that is affordable and fit for purpose, while protecting and enhancing the quality of residential amenity and neighbourhood character across Frankston City’s different suburbs.

Chat to an expert

Come and chat to a Strategic Planner to find out more, at the:

  • Council Chambers, 30 Davey Street, entrance via Young Street
    Tuesday 21 November at 6pm
  • Frankton Sunday Market (near the Hot Jam Donuts), Young Street Carpark
    Sunday 26 November from 10am to 12.30pm.

Draft Frankston Housing Strategy 2017

Hard copies of the Draft ‘Refresh’ Housing Strategy 2017 or the Executive Summary are available at the Frankston Civic Centre, the Langwarrin Customer Service Centre and the Seaford Customer Service Centre.

Further information on the Reformed Residential Zones can be found on the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website.

How to Provide Feedback

Council wishes to hear your views on the Draft Refresh Housing Strategy 2017.

Written submissions can be forwarded to Council by the following means:

Online Form: Make the topic 'Draft Refresh Housing Strategy 2017' 

Email: Make the topic 'Draft Refresh Housing Strategy 2017'  

Frankston City Council
Strategic Planning Department
PO Box 490

Submissions close at 5pm on Thursday 30 November 2017.

Contact Us

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

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