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March 20 2019

The Valley of Tomorrow Update

2018 was a remarkable year for The Valley Community. Joint Venture Development partners, Moonee Valley Racing Club (MVRC), Hostplus and Hamton made headway on The Valley of Tomorrow precinct whilst champion mare Winx made sporting history winning her fourth consecutive Cox Plate.

The Valley of Tomorrow’s first Annual Update event was held on December 5, 2018, where progress on the year was discussed with local community members. Our first Annual Survey was a success with over 500 responses considered. Key findings were presented at the Annual Update event and are available to view on The Valley of Tomorrow website under the community section.

The design of Moonee Valley Park is progressing forward with the approval of the Stage A permit and the Thomas St permit application is currently being considered by Council. We will update The Valley of Tomorrow website with more information on the Thomas St permit application as it becomes available.

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December 19 2018

2018 Wrap Up

It has been a remarkable year for The Valley Community and we thank everyone for contributing to its success. Joint Venture Development partners, Moonee Valley Racing Club (MVRC), Hostplus and Hamton are making headway on The Valley of Tomorrow precinct while champion mare Winx made sporting history winning her fourth consecutive Cox Plate!

The Valley of Tomorrow’s first Annual Update event was held on December 5, 2018, where progress on the year was celebrated and discussed with local community members. Our First Annual Survey was a success with over 500 responses considered. Key findings were presented and are available to view here.

The world class precinct is progressing forward with the approval of the Stage A permit and with Stage B submitted to Council. The Stage A plans are available to view on The Valley of Tomorrow website here.

We look forward to what’s to come in the year ahead. We are excited to launch and unveil the precinct masterplan with you in the first half of 2019. To avoid confusion, we would like to let you know that the recent Moonee Valley Park brand and website is for precinct sales and marketing and the full website will go live in 2019 in line with project launch.

We also wish to let you know that the Childcare Centre, Nido Early School, construction is well on the way and is due to be finished in April 2019. It will hold 91 child places and is expected to open for business in mid 2019.

Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and we look forward to sharing more in the New Year!

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October 22 2018

Stage A Permit Approval

We’re excited that Moonee Valley City Council has supported our first permit application, Stage A, and what we believe will set a new benchmark for urban renewal redevelopment.

We’ve worked hard to conceive a contemporary scheme that respects the local area and aims to provide an aspirational downsizing or upsizing opportunity for owner occupiers that is peerless in the inner North West. For more information on Stage A plans please click here.

We will continue to work collaboratively with the Council and the local community as we seek approvals for the upcoming stages. Updates will continue to be available on The Valley of Tomorrow website as the precinct progresses.

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August 3 2018

Community Survey Closed

The Valley of Tomorrow Annual Community Survey for 2018 has now closed.

The results are being collated and will be presented in due course and published on this website.

We thank you for participating in the survey and we look forward to sharing our findings with you.

 

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July 6 2018

Proposed Stage A Plans

Whilst we continue to develop the masterplan and vision for the entire precinct, our first planning application has been progressed and recently submitted to Council, for 67 premium townhouses located along part of McPherson Street.

Prior to submitting the application, we met with Council officers on numerous occasions and with several neighbours along McPherson Street to discuss our proposed plans and seek feedback. The final submitted plans incorporated feedback received and are compliant with all planning scheme requirements.

Please click here to see a selection of plans which were presented at the most recent Community Reference Group meeting.