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Heathmont Activity Centre Carpark

127B Canterbury Road Heathmont VIC 3135
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  • Roads and carparks
Planned
A new carpark will be built in the Heathmont Activity Centre.
Heathmont-Carpark Render image View from Canterbury Road Heathmont carpark artist impression (please note: the image is artist impression only and does not depict final design)

The Australian Government announced funding of $15 million in 2019 for a new carpark servicing the Heathmont Village Shopping precinct, the bus interchange and Heathmont railway station. The funding supports upgrades to the urban road network and encourages greater use of public transport.

The funding enabled Council to purchase land at 127B Canterbury Road in mid-2020, Heathmont (previously the PoolWerx commercial site) adjacent to the railway line and station and within the Heathmont Village Shopping precinct.

Council has undertaken early investigations for the site to assist with identifying proposed building elevations, pedestrian and traffic improvements, landscaping, and enhancements to the surrounding street and landscape, as well as linkages with the VicTrack land which sits between the proposed site and FJC Rogers Reserve.

The carpark at 127B Canterbury Road, is proposed to:

  • provide additional parking spaces for commuters, residents and visitors
  • alleviate parking congestion on the nearby local streets
  • improve amenity and connectivity to Heathmont train station and other surrounding public transport hubs
  • enhance environmental amenity and connectivity to the adjacent VicTrack land and neighbouring FJC Rogers Reserve through significant complementary landscaping enhancements
  • take into account Heathmont’s natural values and local character
  • be compatible with the Heathmont Activity Centre Structure Plan.

Further information

Further information on the project, please call our Assets team on 1300 88 22 33 or email to maroondah@maroondah.vic.gov.au

Maroondah City Council acknowledges the support of the Australian Government.  

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