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  • This layer contains the line and polygon features depicting the Land Conservation Council Study Area boundaries according to the Statewide Assessment Report of 1989, with additional information showing historic studies. There are no boundaries for Special Investigations included in this dataset. An additional layer has been created showing later Environment Conservation Council Boundaries and the boundaries of some of the special investigations. Refer to ECC500

  • This dataset shows the 7 risk landscape boundaries across Victoria - now obsolete. Replaced with BRL__BOUNDARIES dataset.

  • This layer provides the boundaries of significant marine environmental assets which have been identified on the basis of their environmental value (at statewide, bioregional or local significance scale) for marine biodiversity and/or marine ecological processes. Victoria's marine protected areas, including the Marine National Parks and Marine Sanctuaries, are not included in this leayer unless they fall within the boundaries of larger identified asset areas. Separate expert workshops were held to identify these marine environmental assets in each of the following marine regions: Port Phillip Bay, Western Port, Western Victoria and Gippsland. The relative environmental significance of each asset identified was also rated by experts using the following categories: statewide, bioregional or local. Within each category, assets whose value relates primarily to use by birds that are not exclusively marine were rated separately to those whose value relates to exclusively marine species or ecological processes. These significance ratings were assessed separately for each region but the comparability of asset ratings across regions was then reviewed. This supersedes the earlier ASSET_MARINE layer. Blue Whale feeding/ Bonney upweling and Blue Whale Distribution asset areas were also identified through the above process, but have not been included in the layer because they encompass the majority of Victorian waters.

  • The Housing Development Data (HDD) provides a comprehensive spatial inventory of all dwellings, vacant parcels of land where a dwelling may be permitted and residential development across the Melbourne metropolitan captured on an annual basis between December/January 2004 to 2008. An annual update of the data is planned. This data complements the monitoring and reporting of UDP Broadhectare and Major Redevelopment Sites. HDD is made up of two main data streams, A. Housing Stock by year which identifies number of dwellings on each parcel of land across the 31 metro local government areas and B. Housing Development which show the change in dwelling stock over various time periods. A. Housing Stock databases 1. ALL_MELBOURNE_2004_Stock 2. ALL_MELBOURNE_2005_Stock 3. ALL_MELBOURNE_2006_Stock 4. ALL_MELBOURNE_2007_Stock 5. ALL_MELBOURNE_2008_Stock B. Housing Development databases 1. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2004to2005 2. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2005to2006 3. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2006to2007 4. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2007to2008 5. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2004to2008

  • The 2010 Urban Development Program Data provides updated information for supply and demand for residential and industrial land across metropolitan Melbourne and the Geelong Region. Collation of the data draws on information and feedback from a wide range of sources, including State and Local Government, the housing and land development industries, infrastructure and service providers, industry associations, and development consultants and strategists. The library covers the following themes 1. Major Residential Redevelopment sites for Metropolitan Melbourne 2. Broadhectare sites both recently developed and future supply 3. Major Infill 4. Minor Infill that has been constructed in the past 5 years 5. Identified Housing Estates 6. Zoned Industrial Land 7. Proposed Industrial Land 8. Industrial Nodes In addition to Metropolitan Melbourne (2010). This data covers the following LGAs 1. Wodonga (2009) 2. Ballarat (2009) 3. Bendigo (2009) 4. Latrobe (2009) 5. Greater Shepparton (2011) 6. Wangaratta (2011) 7. Mildura (2011) 8. Horsham (2011) 9. Warnambool (2011) 10. Greater Geelong (2012) 11. Golden Plains (2012) 12. Surf Coast (2012) 13. Colac Otway (2012)

  • The 2011 Urban Development Program Data provides updated information for supply and demand for residential and industrial land across metropolitan Melbourne and the Geelong Region. Collation of the data draws on information and feedback from a wide range of sources, including State and Local Government, the housing and land development industries, infrastructure and service providers, industry associations, and development consultants and strategists. The library covers the following themes 1. Major Residential Redevelopment sites for Metropolitan Melbourne 2. Broadhectare sites both recently developed and future supply 3. Major Infill 4. Minor Infill that has been constructed in the past 5 years 5. Identified Housing Estates 6. Zoned Industrial Land 7. Proposed Industrial Land 8. Industrial Nodes In addition to Metropolitan Melbourne (2010). This data covers the following LGAs 1. Wodonga (2009) 2. Ballarat (2009) 3. Bendigo (2009) 4. Latrobe (2009) 5. Greater Shepparton (2011) 6. Wangaratta (2011) 7. Mildura (2011) 8. Horsham (2011) 9. Warnambool (2011) 10. Greater Geelong (2012) 11. Golden Plains (2012) 12. Surf Coast (2012) 13. Colac Otway (2012)

  • This dataset consists of geological faults interpreted from seismic data provided by the Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI). The dataset was compiled by GHD to inform the report 'Potential Influences of Geological Structures on Groundwater Flow Systems' for DEPI's Secure Allocation Future Entitlements (SAFE) Project.

  • The 2012 Urban Development Program Data provides updated information for supply and demand for residential and industrial land across metropolitan Melbourne and the Geelong Region. Collation of the data draws on information and feedback from a wide range of sources, including State and Local Government, the housing and land development industries, infrastructure and service providers, industry associations, and development consultants and strategists. The library covers the following themes 1. Major Residential Redevelopment sites for Metropolitan Melbourne 2. Broadhectare sites both recently developed and future supply 3. Major Infill 4. Minor Infill that has been constructed in the past 5 years 5. Identified Housing Estates 6. Zoned Industrial Land 7. Proposed Industrial Land 8. Industrial Nodes In addition to Metropolitan Melbourne (2010). This data covers the following LGAs 1. Wodonga (2009) 2. Ballarat (2009) 3. Bendigo (2009) 4. Latrobe (2009) 5. Greater Shepparton (2011) 6. Wangaratta (2011) 7. Mildura (2011) 8. Horsham (2011) 9. Warnambool (2011) 10. Greater Geelong (2012) 11. Golden Plains (2012) 12. Surf Coast (2012) 13. Colac Otway (2012)

  • This dataset defines the extent of the Permian glacial sediments in the Goulburn-Murray area. According to Holdgate (1995) "the Permian sediments extend south coincident with the main river valleys of the Loddon, Campaspe, Goulburn and Ovens and can extend into the highlands. They appear to exert an influence on the location of the early Tertiary Renmark Group, on the deep leads and in themselves are controlled by underlying basement faults". The dataset was compiled by GHD to inform the report 'Potential Influences of Geological Structures on Groundwater Flow Systems' for DEPI's Secure Allocation Future Entitlements (SAFE) Project.

  • Rates each section of major rivers according to a defined set of rules.