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  • This data is now obsolete, current UDP data is available. Maps the boundaries of current major housing estates. Used inconjunction with Broadhectare Residential land dataset.

  • This data is now obsolete, current UDP data is available. Identifies undeveloped land for residential development generally on the fringe of the metropolitan area. and identified growth areas in large regional towns. Each record in the database details the anticipated development timing, the area of the site in hectares and the potential lot yield. Other details are also records against each site. This information maps land areas for both the supply and recent development categories they are; Supply area categoties >> 1-2years, 3-5years, 6-10years, 11+years, UGZ (PSP required) and Potential Residential Recently developed categories >> Developed land for years 2007, 2008 & land under construction. In addition to the development status categories, two other attributes describe whether the land is currently zoned residential and/or is low density. 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 data is now obsolete, current UDP data is available. Identifies all industrial land and the development status and size of each land parcel in hectares. Note: The industrial data now covers all of the State of Victoria where considered in the Regional UDP program with UDP Melbourne. Regional UDP work will provide the mechanism to update these areas on an ongoing basis. This information maps all industrial zoned land and land of industrial nature, ie. includes land within Special use zones, Airport Business Park, Business 3 Zones and Comprehensive Development Zone. Other zone types have been included in regional areas. Each land parcel is assessed as being either Unavaillable or Supply for industrial land and colour coded by a combination of zoning ans availability. 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 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 data is now obsolete, current UDP data is available. This information maps the six industrial nodes identified in metropolitan Melbourne. These are areas where there is significant existing industrial activity, market interest and future industrial land identified. These are: West Industrial Node Airport Industrial Node North Industrial Node South Industrial Node Melton Industrial Node Pakenham Industrial Node

  • Identifies undeveloped land for residential development generally on the fringe of the metropolitan area. Each record in the database details the subdivision and planning status of the land, the area of the site in hectares and the potential lot yield. Other details are also records against each site . This information maps land areas for both the supply and recent subdivision -Unzoned englobo land requiring a PSP -Zoned englobo land -Proposed lots -Lots with a title Urban Development Program (UDP).

  • Identifies undeveloped land for residential development generally on the fringe of the metropolitan area. Each record in the database details the subdivision and planning status of the land, the area of the site in hectares and the potential lot yield. Other details are also records against each site . This information maps land areas for both the supply and recent subdivision -Unzoned englobo land requiring a PSP -Zoned englobo land -Proposed lots -Lots with a title Urban Development Program (UDP).

  • This data is now obsolete, current UDP data is available. Land identified as future industrial areas. Used in conjunction with Industrial land dataset.

  • This data is now obsolete, current UDP data is available. Maps the boundaries of current major housing estates. Used inconjunction with Broadhectare Residential land dataset.

  • 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)