Eltham Neighbourhood Character
Did you move to Nillumbik for its green spaces and treed environment?
Have you seen changes that are not for the better?
Do you want to ensure that what you value most about where you live is considered when the Council decides whether to approve a new development near your home? If so, it is extremely important that you tell the Council about the character of your neighbourhood.Read more
What is Neighbourhood Character?
Neighbourhood character is the way the features of an area come together to give that area its own particular sense of place. In Nillumbik, all new residential development needs to respect and contribute to the neighbourhood character of the area.
Neighbourhood character is essentially how an area looks and feels and the qualities that make that area distinct from others.Read more
What is the Neighbourhood Character of your area?
In what kind of Neighbourhood Character Precinct do you live?
You can find out on the map here and then click on the relevant link to check out what the neighbourhood characteristics are of your area in the current planning scheme.Read more
Eltham Station Carpark
Forty four trees will be lost!! Almost one tree per two car spaces!
Did you complete the LXRP (Level Crossing Removal Project) survey regarding Eltham Station Carpark upgrade in September 21?
Well, unless you told them to remove 44 trees, they have taken next to no notice of you, Nillumbik Council, ECAG, and other community groups.
Cecil Street – A massive win for Eltham at VCAT
STOP PRESS! VCAT NEWS! WE WON!! CECIL ST, ELTHAM !! Congratulations residents, ECAG and Nillumbik Council for a fantastic win at VCAT! Five months after the VCAT Hearing for the 3 storey 6 apartment proposal for Cecil St, Eltham, we learned this week that VCAT had refused a permit. Important comments in the VCAT member’s […]Read more