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  • The 30 Year Investment Opportunities Framework will guide investment in the development of Melbourne’s metropolitan open space system. The Framework responds to the following issues identified in the Open Space for Everyone Strategy: • There is an existing inequity of access to open space provision across the metropolitan area. • The current measures used to define this inequity are quantitative only, and is based on out-of-date data. • There is currently no alternative cost effective and replicable, decision-making framework that considers qualitative and quantitative spatial data and information sources. • Consequently, there is also no evidence-based metropolitan wide guidance as to ‘where to invest and why’ that would help address current inequity and respond to emerging needs. • Melbourne doesn’t have an integrated, metropolitan-wide investment plan that identifies regional and landscape scale gaps in the network across municipal boundaries. The Framework The Framework is a planning and investment tool that will be used by State Government, Local Government and Land Managers to prioritise funding to open space projects that have the greatest impact on health and wellbeing, creating a healthier biodiversity, responding to climate change and delivering social and economic benefits. The Framework aligns to the Open Space for Everyone Strategy. Decision making criteria have been developed as qualitative and quantitative measures for the four Strategy goals: • Improved community health and wellbeing. • Healthier biodiversity. • Enhanced climate change resilience. • Maximised economic and social benefits.

  • Recreation asset dataset describes assets related to recreation sites or trails (such as toilets, viewing platforms, picnic shelters etc) within the Parks Victoria Estate. This dataset provides valuable information to promote these assets for public use as well as assisting staff in their management of these assets. All recreation assets within the parks estate have been captured and recorded with a Trimble Pro XR GPS and are actively maintained by the Parks Victoria. PV Asset dataset endeavors to describe Parks Victoria assets within the aprks victoria estate. This dataset will assist staff in their management roles and facilitate promotion to the public. All assets within national park have been captured and recorded with a Trimble Pro XR GPS. This dataset has been created as part of the PV asset databse project. Initial data collection commenced in xx. New facilities will be added periodically to the dataset as required.

  • The 30 Year Investment Opportunities Framework will guide investment in the development of Melbourne’s metropolitan open space system. The Framework responds to the following issues identified in the Open Space for Everyone Strategy: • There is an existing inequity of access to open space provision across the metropolitan area. • The current measures used to define this inequity are quantitative only, and is based on out-of-date data. • There is currently no alternative cost effective and replicable, decision- making framework that considers qualitative and quantitative spatial data and information sources. • Consequently, there is also no evidence-based metropolitan wide guidance as to ‘where to invest and why’ that would help address current inequity and respond to emerging needs. • Melbourne doesn’t have an integrated, metropolitan-wide investment plan that identifies regional and landscape scale gaps in the network across municipal boundaries. The Framework The Framework is a planning and investment tool that will be used by State Government, Local Government and Land Managers to prioritise funding to open space projects that have the greatest impact on health and wellbeing, creating a healthier biodiversity, responding to climate change and delivering social and economic benefits. The Framework aligns to the Open Space for Everyone Strategy. Decision making criteria have been developed as qualitative and quantitative measures for the four Strategy goals: • Improved community health and wellbeing. • Healthier biodiversity. • Enhanced climate change resilience. • Maximised economic and social benefits.

  • The 30 Year Investment Opportunities Framework will guide investment in the development of Melbourne’s metropolitan open space system. The Framework responds to the following issues identified in the Open Space for Everyone Strategy: • There is an existing inequity of access to open space provision across the metropolitan area. • The current measures used to define this inequity are quantitative only, and is based on out-of-date data. • There is currently no alternative cost effective and replicable, decision-making framework that considers qualitative and quantitative spatial data and information sources. • Consequently, there is also no evidence-based metropolitan wide guidance as to ‘where to invest and why’ that would help address current inequity and respond to emerging needs. • Melbourne doesn’t have an integrated, metropolitan-wide investment plan that identifies regional and landscape scale gaps in the network across municipal boundaries. The Framework The Framework is a planning and investment tool that will be used by State Government, Local Government and Land Managers to prioritise funding to open space projects that have the greatest impact on health and wellbeing, creating a healthier biodiversity, responding to climate change and delivering social and economic benefits. The Framework aligns to the Open Space for Everyone Strategy. Decision making criteria have been developed as qualitative and quantitative measures for the four Strategy goals: • Improved community health and wellbeing. • Healthier biodiversity. • Enhanced climate change resilience. • Maximised economic and social benefits.

  • The 30 Year Investment Opportunities Framework will guide investment in the development of Melbourne’s metropolitan open space system. The Framework responds to the following issues identified in the Open Space for Everyone Strategy: • There is an existing inequity of access to open space provision across the metropolitan area. • The current measures used to define this inequity are quantitative only, and is based on out-of-date data. • There is currently no alternative cost effective and replicable, decision-making framework that considers qualitative and quantitative spatial data and information sources. • Consequently, there is also no evidence-based metropolitan wide guidance as to ‘where to invest and why’ that would help address current inequity and respond to emerging needs. • Melbourne doesn’t have an integrated, metropolitan-wide investment plan that identifies regional and landscape scale gaps in the network across municipal boundaries. The Framework The Framework is a planning and investment tool that will be used by State Government, Local Government and Land Managers to prioritise funding to open space projects that have the greatest impact on health and wellbeing, creating a healthier biodiversity, responding to climate change and delivering social and economic benefits. The Framework aligns to the Open Space for Everyone Strategy. Decision making criteria have been developed as qualitative and quantitative measures for the four Strategy goals: • Improved community health and wellbeing. • Healthier biodiversity. • Enhanced climate change resilience. • Maximised economic and social benefits.

  • The current year for the Forest and Fire Operations' District Action Plan (DAP) across the whole of Victoria. DAPs incorporate forest operations that are classified as Low Risk Low Impact (LRLI), Level 1 or Level 2 in accordance with the District Action Planning Guidelines.

  • This feature class contains features and attributes of Suburban Parklands within the Melbourne area. The Suburban Parks Program (SPP) was an election commitment in 2018. The Suburban Parks Program comprises the following parts: Co-Managed Parks - Jacksons Creek biik wurrdha; Merri Creek marram baba ; Quarry Hills bunjil nganga; and, Cardinia Creek Three New Parks - Kororoit Creek Regional Park; Werribee Township Regional Park; and, Clyde Regional Park Connecting Parks - Sandbelt Parklands; Seaford Wetlands; Greening the Pipeline; and, Frankston to Mornington Parklands Future Directions Plan.

  • Regional Services Fire and Land District Action Plan (DAP). DAPs incorporate forest operations that are classified as Level 1 or Level 2 in accordance with the District Action Planning Guidelines. THIS IS AN ARCHIVED VERSION For prior years please contact the data custodian or refer to BLD_DAP found in gis_public\GISDesk\GISData\RegionalData.gdb