Tag Archives: Government of Victoria (Australia)

How East West link impacts Banyule residents and NE link

Friends of Banyule President Dennis O’Connell is appearing at the East West Link project panel hearings today. In his presentation he will outline why the EW link should not proceed and how Banyule residents will be impacted. Below is the … Continue reading

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VCAT decision – Banyule House

The Victorian Civil & Administrative Tribunal (VCAT), issued a decision on 23rd September 2012, in the matter of Banyule House; an appeal against a decision by Council to refuse an application by Banyule Management Ltd to subdivide the National Trust … Continue reading

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Planning Minister Guy and the NE Link Project

By Ian Hundley Planning Minister and Northern Metropolitan Province MP, Matthew Guy, has recently written to Friends of Banyule

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Banyule Bus Services – how do the changes affect you?

For the purpose of improving on-time running the Victorian government recently announced permanent changes to route bus services that are regularly accessed by residents of the City of Banyule.

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Baillieu’s Planning Panic

Government planning moving from considered analysis to panic in face of industry lobby: North East Link moving up the list again? The Age reported on 27 June (Josh Gordon, “Wells plans to fix projects dilemma”) that the Baillieu government is … Continue reading

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