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The Ballarat Station Southside Master Plan will guide the redevelopment of the station’s southern precinct into a new destination for Ballarat.
Located in the heart of the CBD, Ballarat Station is a major transport gateway and a “destination station” for both residents and visitors.
The master plan and associated planning scheme amendment will provide certainty for the community about potential future development and will give developers the confidence to continue to invest in the Ballarat CBD.
The master plan aims to:
This will not only support the transformation of the precinct into a new destination for Ballarat, it will also attract investment, jobs and new commercial opportunities into the city as we recover from the impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The project is being undertaken in partnership with the Ballarat City Council and VicTrack.
Project objectivesThe planning process for the Ballarat Station Southside Precinct will aim to:
This article first appeared on engage.vic.gov.au
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