Last edited 20 Jan 2021

Large development site

Urban Design Guidelines for Victoria, published by the State of Victoria (Australia) in 2016, defines large development sites as: ‘Large parcels of land within cities and towns sometimes become available for redevelopment and new uses. Often in prime locations, these sites can be publicly owned (such as railway corridors, surplus government land or dockyards) or they can be former commercial, industrial or institutional sites that are no longer needed for their original purpose. They may be located in activity centres or are accessible to transport connections, services and jobs.’

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