Plans for the new residential redevelopment proposed for the old golf course site in Dingley Village are now on public exhibition.

Public exhibition of both the planning scheme amendment and the planning permit application is the first step in the process to have the vacant site in the middle of Dingley Village turned into a vibrant new neighbourhood.

The process is directed by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) utilising the Golf Course Redevelopment Standing Advisory Committee (GCRSAC).

The process is summarised below.

Full details of the proposal for the Dingley Village site can be accessed on the DELWP website.

Golf Course Redevelopment Standing Advisory Committee

The Planning Timeline

1

Public exhibition

(28 June – 6 August 2021)
This period gives the public time to view the proposal and, if necessary, make a written submission.

2

Standing Advisory Committee directions hearing

At which the committee makes any directions pertinent to the public hearing.

3

Standing Advisory Committee public hearing

The purpose of the public hearing is to give people an opportunity to speak in support of their written submission.
This is open to the public.

4

Standing Advisory Committee prepares a report and makes a recommendation to the Minister

The Committee will produce a final written report for the Minister for Planning.

5

Minister for Planning considers the Standing Advisory Committee report and makes a determination