The Executive Director has requested the above permit applications be publicly advertised
Anyone can submit a comment/representation about the application for the next 14 days from the date of advertising.
All submissions will be treated as a public document. By providing a submission you consent to its release to third parties as required by the Executive Director, in order to assist with the decision making process. Please note any written submission should clearly state the reasons for which it is being made. Signatories to petitions will not be considered as individual objectors.
When determining permit applications, under s73 of the Heritage Act(1995) the Executive Director must consider the extent to which the proposal affects the cultural heritage significance of the registered place. He or she must also consider the extent to which the application, if refused, would affect the reasonable or economic use of the registered place, or cause undue financial hardship to the owner in relation to that place. Matters such as change of use, car parking, or other planning issues are not able to be considered unless they would result in an adverse impact upon the significance of the registered place.
Submissions may be emailed to email@example.com or posted to Heritage Victoria, Level 4, 55 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC 3000.
Due to the volume of submissions received, acknowledgments will not be sent.
As most documentation involves extensive plans and drawings, it is not possible to provide alternative versions of these documents. If you require accessible information on the proposed works, please contact Janet Sullivan on (03) 8644 8950.
Permit application P17283 to partly demolish the rear extension to extend the ground floor area together with construction of a two storey garage. Submissions are due by Wednesday 27 July 2011.
Permit application P17156 for a 98 lot residential subdivision and tree removals. Submissions are due by Wednesday 3 August 2011. One document was too heavy for inclusion on the website; the Heritage Assessment Report. A copy can be obtained by contacting Heritage Victoria.
Permit application P17343 for construction of 4 classrooms for the Sophia Mundi Steiner School within the existing playground and the construction of a new playground on the site of a disused swimming pool. Submissions are due by Wednesday 3 August 2011.
Convent Description of Proposal part 1 (PDF 156.1)
Convent Description of Proposal part 2 (PDF 96.4 KB)
Convent Farm and School Joint Press Release (PDF 11.2 KB)
Convent Steiner Master Concept Plan (PDF 513.2 KB)
Convent Sophia Mundi site plan (PDF 868.3 KB)
Convent Elevations and Sections (PDF 595.9 KB)
Convent Perspective Views part 1 (PDF 1.7 MB)
Convent Perspective Views part 2 (PDF 1.6 MB)
Convent Perspective Views part 3 (PDF 171.3 KB)
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