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Ringwood Multi-level Carpark

1 and 1A Bedford Road Ringwood VIC 3134
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  • Roads and carparks
  • Ringwood Metropolitan Activity Centre projects
Planned
A new multi-level carpark is planned for construction in Ringwood.
Ringwood carpark render Ringwood carpark artist impression

The Australian Government is providing funding of $60 million for new multi-level carparks in Ringwood, Croydon, Heathmont and at Heatherdale Station.

Council is making it a priority to ensure the carparks are designed and constructed as quickly as possible.

The intended site for this carpark is the land known as 1 and 1A Bedford Road, which is on the corner of Maroondah Highway, runs along the railway line and is adjacent to the Ringwood station and bus interchange.

Council is currently in the early design and feasibility phase for this site, and in recent months has made a land purchase and completed a road closure of a parcel of discontinued roadway. These are preliminary and important steps to enable this project to proceed.

The site includes the Ringwood Cellars, which is covered by a Heritage Overlay (H05) within the Maroondah Planning Scheme and Council will now take the next steps to seek an appropriate planning permit. This includes commissioning an external planning consultant to prepare a planning report that will consider the use and development of the land for the purpose of a multi-level carpark. The planning report will also include a heritage assessment of the Ringwood Cellars, including the veracity of the existing heritage statement for the building, the current state of repair of the building, and provide advice on whether it should be retained or not, and if so in what form.

Once this report has been completed, Council will then formally advertise the planning permit which will enable the community to provide feedback.

Construction is expected to commence in early to mid-2021.

Further information

For further information on the project, contact Council on 1300 88 22 33. 

 

Maroondah City Council acknowledges the support of the Australian Government. 

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