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The new neighbourhood proposed on Centre Dandenong Road reflects all that’s great about Dingley Village.

Plans for the new residential redevelopment proposed for the old golf course site in Dingley Village are now on public exhibition, online at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP).
Interested people can view the proposal and make submissions in writing until 11.59pm on Friday 6 August.

Feedback from locals over the past five years and the input of planning experts has been used to design an inclusive, attractive, high-quality development to enhance the area for everyone who calls Dingley Village home.

The plans include 823 housing lots, 14 hectares of open space, including a large new park, green linear
reserves along many of the site boundaries and the retention, expansion and creation of new wetlands to support local biodiversity. Around 850 trees now on the site would be retained and some 2,685 new trees planted, meaning there would be 10% more trees on site than before.

Project Design Guidelines have been prepared to ensure a high-quality neighbourhood is created. Homes will be designed and built to meet the changing needs of people across their lifetime. They will incorporate key easy-living features to make them easier and safer to use for all everyone including people with
disability, ageing Australians and families with young children.

Blocks will vary in size from townhouse lots overlooking open spaces to large family lots that provide for a generous private garden. Townhouse blocks will be contained to the centre of the site, with substantial
buffers to existing, established homes.

More details about the proposal appear on project website along with many answers to common questions. Questions about the plans can be asked via the contact page.

Full details of the proposal can be accessed on the DELWP website at Golf Course Advisory Committee.

Details on how to make a submission to the Advisory Committee can be accessed at