Consultation on the draft Future Streets Framework – with City of Melbourne

Our members were invited to join a consultation workshop with City of Melbourne at Melbourne Town Hall, to discuss the draft ‘Future Streets Framework 2030 and Beyond’.

With the projected population growth of 6 million by 2030, our city’s streets will need to be safe and functional for visitors and residents and boost economic activity for traders and employers.

While surveying a 3D model with lights showing day vs night hotspots, heat maps and forest canopies in the CBD, Jocelyn Chiew, Director City Design at City of Melbourne provided members with an overview of the draft framework.

Danielle Jewson, Design Manager & Principal Strategic Designer at City of Melbourne took us through an interactive Q & A where our members provided feedback in real time for the proposed design of Melbourne’s future streets.

From pedestrian safety and integrated parking to tourism and street character, there are many aspects within the draft framework to consider.

For more information on the draft Future Streets Framework, community engagement activities, or to complete City of Melbourne’s online survey visit: Participate Melbourne – Future Streets Framework 2030 and Beyond

Jocelyn Chiew speaking in front of a 3D model of Melbourne's CBD Group of people gathered around a 3D model of Melbourne's CBD Jocelyn Chiew standing in front of a presentation screen

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