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Martin Street Upgrades

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Enhancing Village Character

You told us that the neighbourhood feel of Martin Street is important to you and that it is a local place for local people. Following on from our community engagement process, wel will be seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from artists to submit ideas for a public artwork/s that will enhance and respond to the Martin Street Village. Bayside City Council’s Public Art Policy supports public art as a creative expression that interprets local culture, enlivens public space and stimulates interest and creates a sense of place.

As a form of creative expression, public art projects come in many forms, they are primary vehicles for engaging people with art through their everyday lives and can often provide people with a talking point and local landmark.

For further information about Public Art in Bayside please contact Giacomina Pradolin, Art & Culture Coordinator 9559 4371


Planning for growth - Martin Street Structure Plan

Following consultation on a draft Structure Plan in late 2015, Council adopted the Martin Street Structure Plan at its March Council Meeting. The final Structure Plan draws on previous feedback from the community and inputs from economic, traffic and urban design research.

A planning scheme amendment (C152) will now commence to translate the Structure Plan into the Bayside Planning Scheme, giving the Structure Plan statutory weight. Draft planning scheme amendment documentation will be publicly exhibited later in 2016.

For more information on the Martin Street Structure Plan or amendment C152, contact the Strategic Planning department on (03) 9599 4444.

Enhancing Village Character

You told us that the neighbourhood feel of Martin Street is important to you and that it is a local place for local people. Following on from our community engagement process, wel will be seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from artists to submit ideas for a public artwork/s that will enhance and respond to the Martin Street Village. Bayside City Council’s Public Art Policy supports public art as a creative expression that interprets local culture, enlivens public space and stimulates interest and creates a sense of place.

As a form of creative expression, public art projects come in many forms, they are primary vehicles for engaging people with art through their everyday lives and can often provide people with a talking point and local landmark.

For further information about Public Art in Bayside please contact Giacomina Pradolin, Art & Culture Coordinator 9559 4371


Planning for growth - Martin Street Structure Plan

Following consultation on a draft Structure Plan in late 2015, Council adopted the Martin Street Structure Plan at its March Council Meeting. The final Structure Plan draws on previous feedback from the community and inputs from economic, traffic and urban design research.

A planning scheme amendment (C152) will now commence to translate the Structure Plan into the Bayside Planning Scheme, giving the Structure Plan statutory weight. Draft planning scheme amendment documentation will be publicly exhibited later in 2016.

For more information on the Martin Street Structure Plan or amendment C152, contact the Strategic Planning department on (03) 9599 4444.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    [closed] Martin Street Draft Structure Plan

    Vision for Martin Street:

    A friendly local hub for shopping, transport and a range of housing choices that respond to Martin Street’s neighbourhood scale and enhance its village atmosphere and heritage charm.

    To bring this vision to life, Council has identified a number of strategies and actions regarding land use, built form (including height limits), access and movement, and landscape and environment. We would appreciate your feedback on each of these key themes. The questionnaire will take approximately 15 minutes to answer. You can skip questions at any time.

    If you would

    Vision for Martin Street:

    A friendly local hub for shopping, transport and a range of housing choices that respond to Martin Street’s neighbourhood scale and enhance its village atmosphere and heritage charm.

    To bring this vision to life, Council has identified a number of strategies and actions regarding land use, built form (including height limits), access and movement, and landscape and environment. We would appreciate your feedback on each of these key themes. The questionnaire will take approximately 15 minutes to answer. You can skip questions at any time.

    If you would like to provide general feedback, or have additional questions, please send them to martinstreet@bayside.vic.gov.au


    Consultation has concluded thank you for your feedback