About Glenroy Structure Plan
The Glenroy Structure Plan was adopted by Council in August 2008. The plan sets out a framework for the regeneration of the Glenroy Activity Centre over the next 15 to 20 years.
The Glenroy Activity Centre includes the Pascoe Vale Road and Wheatsheaf Road shopping centres, the industrial area to the east of the rail line, and land abutting these areas.
New development will provide the opportunity to create a vibrant mixed-use centre with more services, facilities, activity and residential opportunities in a high-quality environment.
Implementation of the Glenroy Structure Plan
Council have adopted a place management approach to managing change and have appointed a place manager for each Council structure plan.
Place management is the mechanism for managing the wide range of issues, challenges and opportunities that face an activity area every day. It is a management approach that enables issues to be pursued in an integrated, coordinated way to achieve the economic, social and environmental potential of an activity area.
This approach recognises the complexity of managing change in Glenroy and the need to focus on both the big picture and improving and influencing day-to-day service delivery.
Glenroy Structure Plan documents
The Glenroy Structure Plan consists of three parts:
- Glenroy Structure Plan - Part 1 (PDF 2Mb)
- Glenroy Structure Plan - Part 2 (PDF 7Mb)
- Glenroy Structure Plan - Part 3 (PDF 6Mb)
Further information about the Glenroy structure plan
For more information on the Glenroy Structure Plan and the place management approach to managing change in Glenroy, contact Council.
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