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Amendment C128


3-5 Wonga Road Ringwood North - Interim Heritage Controls

Notice of Approval of Amendment C139maro to the Maroondah Planning Scheme

The Minister for Planning has approved Amendment C139maro to the Maroondah Planning Scheme. The Amendment came into operation on 27 March 2020 when the notice was published in the Victoria Government Gazette S160.

The Amendment extends the expiry date of the interim Heritage Overlay at 3–5 Wonga Road, Ringwood North (introduced through Amendment C127), until 30 June 2020.

A copy of the Amendment can be inspected, free of charge, at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website or alternatively you can view all documents here

Permanent Heritage Controls

Please note that Amendment C128maro relating to the permanent heritage controls is still being considered by the Minister. View the documents

To find out more about the Amendment please contact Council on 1300 88 22 33.

Further information

For further information contact Council's Strategic Planning team on 1300 88 22 33 or 9298 4598.

To view a copy of Council’s expert witness report, please click below: 

Ratio expert evidence by Lovell Chen

Kate Grey - Lovell Chen

Michael Cook - Lovell Chen

Statement of Expert Evidence (Heritage) - Simon Reeves of Built Heritage

Hard copies of the witness report are also available during office hours, at Council Service Centres, including Braeside Avenue, Realm and the Croydon Library. 


Amendment C128 to the Maroondah Planning Scheme as exhibited proposes to apply heritage protection to 1 and 3-5 Wonga Road Ringwood North.

Amendment C128 was exhibited between 2 July 2019 and 8 August 2019. The advertising period was extended to 28 August 2019.

A total of two submissions were received during the advertising period.

Following exhibition of the Amendment Council referred the submissions to an Independent Panel. A third late submission was received prior to Panel.

At Panel, submitters will have an opportunity to present their submissions.  

Planning Panels will report its findings to Council and can make recommendations to Council. Council will then consider the Panel Report and decide whether or not to adopt the amendment, with or without changes.  

The Minister for Planning will be making the final decision regarding the approval of the Amendment.

Further background information on Amendment C128 can be on our Your Say Maroondah page

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