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min. 7.5m min. 7.5m

A

4.5m 3m 3m 3m 3m 4.5m

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B

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SITE
BOUNDARY

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Urban

EXISTING
SOCIAL
HOUSING
BLDG

EXISTING
CHARACTER
RESIDENTIAL

SITE
BOUNDARY

Theme 4 - A Considerate Place

C

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STOREY
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HOUSING
STANDARD

CARLTON
PUBLIC
PARK

SHARED
USE
ZONE

LONGITUDINAL
SITE
SECTION NTS
‐
Indica,ve
Only

A

CANNING
STREET
EDGE Where
1‐2
storey
buildings
and
nature
strips
exist,
there
is
great
opportunity
 for
a
human
scale
environment.
Smaller‐scale
ac6vity
a5racts
patrons
and
 provides
a
safe
and
secure
environment
for
residents.

B

STATION
STREET
AREA This
area
is
privy
to
solar
access
and
is
protected
from
much
of
the
road
 noise,
providing
a
people
friendly
environment.
Shade
and
amenity
should
 be
of
the
highest
quality.

NICHOLSON
STREET
EDGE

C

This
high
vehicular
traffic
area
gives
opportunity
for
a5rac6ng
visitors
 and
patrons.
The
footpath
should
be
widened
to
faciliate
a
high
quality
 pedestrian
environment,
allowing
diversity
of
ac6vity
from
surrounding
use.

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Destination Carlton

SHARED ZONE

NICHOLSON
ST

Design

CARLTON
MARKET
SQUARE

4500mm

01

COMMUNITY
INFRASTRUCTURE

STATION
ST

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Transport, Access and Parking Strategy

Road hierarchy/layout, access, and car parking provision

Indicative Design

Building heights

Social and Economic Benefits and Impacts Infrastructure Strategy (Electrical, Communications and Gas Services)

Infrastructure Strategy

Economic Impact Assessment

Draft Statement of Commitments Infrastructure Strategy

Construction impacts Services

Des$na$on
Carlton

Draft Statement of Commitments

Draft Statement of Commitments

Site Development and Infrastructure Strategy, Infrastructure (Energy, Gas, and Telecommunications) Consultant

Draft Statement of Commitments

Sustainability measures

STATEMENT OF COMMITMENTS

-

Water Management Strategy

Drainage and stormwater

-

-

-

Communication Services

Gas Services

Electrical Services

-

-

Stormwater

Geotechnical Issues and Considerations

Contamination

-

(Communication) Proposed Expansion

(Electricity) Proposed Expansion – Increase in Load

-

Impact on each surrounding precinct

Executive Summary

Rail

Existing Bus Services (Proposed changes to the bus network)

Impact Assessment

Public Transport Systems

Key Access and Traffic Issues Existing Transport Situation

Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities

Public Transport System

Road Network

Strategic Context

-

-

-

Parking

Access to the Site

Road Network

-

-

Parking

Road Network

-

-

-

-

Urban Designer in consultation with Project/Development Manager

Urban Designer in consultation with Contamination, Geotechnical, Stormwater/Water/Sewer/Roadwords and Infrastructure Consultants

Urban Designer in consultation with Project/Development Manager, Cost Planner, Council Representative, and Market Analysis and Project Feasibility Consultant

Urban Designer in consultation with Cost Planner and Infrastructure Consultant

Urban Designer in consultation with Project/Development Manager, Cost Planner, Market Analysis and Project Feasibility, and Stakeholder Consultation Consultants

Urban Designer in consultation with Economic Consultant

Urban Designer in consultation with Project/Development Manager, Stakeholder Consultation, and Traffic and Transport Consultants

Urban Designer in consultation with Project/Development Manager and Market Analysis and Project Feasibility Consultant

Urban Designer in consultation with Project/Development Manager and Market Analysis and Project Feasibility Consultant

Urban Designer

Urban Designer in consultation with Urban Planner and Traffic and Transport Consultant

Urban Designer in consultation with Project/Development Manager and Stakeholder Consultation Consultant

Urban Designer in consultation with Landscape Architect

Urban Designer in consultation with Traffic and Transport Consultant

Urban Designer in consultation with Stakeholder Consultation Consultant

Urban Designer in consultation with Project/Development Manager and Cost Planner

Urban Designer in consultation with Urban Planner and Stakeholder Consultation Consultant

Urban Designer in consultation with Project/Development Manager and Stakeholder Consultation Consultant

Urban Designer in consultation with Urban Planner, Biodiversity, Contamination and Economic Consultants

Urban Designer in consultation with Stakeholder Consultation Consultant (or Agencies and Other Aurthorities such as: DPCD, DOT, City of Melbourne, Metlink, Melbourne Water, Energy Australia, Telstra Corporation, Public, Peer Review)

Urban Designer’s Project Role

Implementation Methodology *Columns
1‐4
adapted
from
‘Director‐General’s
Requirements,
Macquarie
University
Approved
Concept
Plan
&
GazeEed
State
Significant
Site
LisJng’
(Cox
Rayner
2009
pp.
20‐23).

Infrastructure Masterplan, Stormwater/Water/Sewer/Roadworks Consultant

Geotechnical Assessment, Geotechnical Consultant

Contamination and Geotechnical

Geotechnical

Contamination Assessment, Contamination Consultant

-

Contamination and Geotechnical

Outline of Contribution Framework

Infrastructure Strategy (Electrical, Communications and Gas Services), Infrastructure Consultant

-

Economic Impact Assessment, Economic Consultant

Traffic and Transport Assessment, Traffic and Transport Consultant

-

-

-

Traffic and Transport Assessment, Traffic and Transport Consultant

-

-

Traffic and Transport Assessment, Traffic and Transport Consultant

-

-

-

-

Economic Impacts

Economic Impact Assessment, Economic Consultant Economic Impacts on Surrounding Land-uses

Contamination

Fauna

Vegetation Significance

Statutory Requirements

-

Specifics in Specialist Report

Contamination Assessment, Contamination Consultant

Preliminary Ecological Assessment, Biodiversity Consultant

-

Specialist Report, Consultant Responsible

Contamination

ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS

Planning agreement and/or develop contributions between the proponent, Council and other agencies

PLANNING AGREEMENT AND DEVELOPER CONTRIBUTIONS

Carrying capacity of existing facilities and services and their ability to cater for the proposed landuses

Project Staging

Demand and supply of proposed land-uses in relation to staging

Staging Strategy

Social and Economic Benefits and Impacts

Pedestrian and Cycleway Strategies

Transport, Access and Parking Strategy

Land-use Strategy

Staging Strategy

Project Staging

Precinct

Staging Strategy

Project Staging

Indicative Design

Urban Design Strategy

Landscape and Open Space Strategy

Economic impacts on surrounding existing and proposed uses

ECONOMIC IMPACTS

Pedestrian and bicycle linkages

Efficiency of new roads, access, parking

Measures to promote public transport use

Distribution and intensity of use

Forms of transport – maximising usage of new infrastructure

Strategic transport policy matters

TRANSPORT, TRAFFIC AND ACCESS

Staging to encourage development that supports site facilities

Maximise development opportunities around the site

STAGING

Landscaping network

Open space

Street address

Connectivity

View corridors

Heights

Density

Landmark buildings

Existing bulk and scale of surrounding development

Existing land-use and development structure including:

Car parking

Private open space

Public domain

Entry points

Context

Urban Design Strategy

Footprints

Precinct Guidelines

Precinct development controls including:

Urban Design Strategy

Precinct Guidelines

Landscape and Open Space Strategy

Density

Urban design response for each precinct

URBAN FORM AND DESIGN

Landscaping areas

Landscape and Open Space Strategy

Community and recreation facilities

Pedestrian and Cycleway Strategy

Land-Use Strategy

Strategic Planning and Suitability

Evolution of the site

Concept Plan Structure

Social and Economic Benefits and Impacts

Environmental Aspects

Strategic Planning and Suitability

Water Management Strategy

Environmental Strategy

Land-use distributions (e.g. commercial, residential, public open space, etc)

PROPOSAL DESCRIPTION

The public interest

Justification for undertaking the project

Likely environmental, social and economic impacts

Strategic Planning and Suitability

Concept Plan Structure

Concept Plan

Given
the
components
and
require‐ ments
of
an
UDF,
it
is
important
to
put
 the
role
of
the
Urban
Designer
into
a
 context
within
the
implementa$on
 process.
Urban
Designers
may
project
 manage
an
UDF
in
consulta$on
with
 Consultants
and
Stakeholders,
some
of
 which
will
prepare
Reports
for
the
UDF.
 This
Implementa$on
Methodology
 outlines
the
requirements
of
the
UDF
in
 the
context
of
who
produces
it
and
how
 the
Urban
Designer
in
prac$ce
 co‐ordinates
it.

Suitability of the site

HEADS OF CONSIDERATION

Relevant Requirement

Appendix 3

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Carlton Development Urban Design Plan