A landscape plan must be submitted to Council Planning department and approved by a planner. When approved, the plan will be endorsed and will then form part of the permit.
Three full-sized sets of black and white lanscape plans must be supplied as part of the planning application.
Each landscape plan must be drawn:
The landscape plan must align and reflect consistency with the following documents:
Information to include on a landscape plan but is not limited to:
To meet the design requirements, you will need to establish which of the three Whitehorse residential zones applies by using Whitehorse Maps:
The arborist report should be referred to and be reflected in the landscape plan identifying and locating existing trees along with their TPZ and the trees to be removed. Trees should be shown on neighbouring properties including the nature strip, and properties on all sides of the parcel being developed.
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The guidelines help applicants develop a landscape concept plan that is consistent with Council’s current policies, strategies and programs.
The Growing Green Guide: A guide to green roofs, walls and facades in Melbourne and Victoria is now available. Find out more about it and the other components of the Growing Green Guide for Melbourne project on the Growing Green Guide Website.
A fact sheet explains ways to improve our urban ecosystem through the incorporation of vegetation through landscaping for both new and existing developments.
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