City of Port Phillip Have Your Say

Welcome to Have Your Say City of Port Phillip. This consultation hub is a space for you to contribute your ideas and feedback on key decisions and priorities for our community.

To participate, simply click on the current projects you are interested in below.

Registration to Have Your Say is optional, but as a registered member you’ll receive regular updates about new consultations and ways to get involved (don’t worry we won’t fill up your inbox every week.)

Get involved and have your say today!

 

Welcome to Have Your Say City of Port Phillip. This consultation hub is a space for you to contribute your ideas and feedback on key decisions and priorities for our community.

To participate, simply click on the current projects you are interested in below.

Registration to Have Your Say is optional, but as a registered member you’ll receive regular updates about new consultations and ways to get involved (don’t worry we won’t fill up your inbox every week.)

Get involved and have your say today!

 

Latest News

  • Do you use community facilities and services in Port Melbourne and South Melbourne?

    7 days ago
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    We want to better understand how these are currently being used to ensure we can plan appropriately to meet current and future needs.

    Tell us what you think by completing the online survey. Survey closes 19 June 2016.

    We want to better understand how these are currently being used to ensure we can plan appropriately to meet current and future needs.

    Tell us what you think by completing the online survey. Survey closes 19 June 2016.

  • Comment on the Draft Budget and Council Plan

    28 days ago
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    The Draft Council Plan 2013-17 (Year 4) and Draft Budget 2016/17 are now out for comment. Share your thoughts on the Drafts.

    Submissions can be made until 5 pm on Thursday 26 May 2016 and will be considered at a Council Meeting on Tuesday 7 June 2016.


    The Draft Council Plan 2013-17 (Year 4) and Draft Budget 2016/17 are now out for comment. Share your thoughts on the Drafts.

    Submissions can be made until 5 pm on Thursday 26 May 2016 and will be considered at a Council Meeting on Tuesday 7 June 2016.


  • Moubray Street – proposed temporary intersection closure

    about 1 month ago
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    Between 29 March and 29 April, we sought feedback on two temporary road closure options on Moubray Street. Thank you to all who provided feedback during the consultation period.

    Council officers have read all community feedback and have prepared a Council Report, which will be presented at the Council Meeting on Tuesday 24 May, from 6pm in St Kilda Town Hall.

    The meeting agenda, Council Report and attachments will be available to view online from Friday 20 May. Community members are welcome to attend the Council Meeting and can nominate to speak and present their feedback... Continue reading

    Between 29 March and 29 April, we sought feedback on two temporary road closure options on Moubray Street. Thank you to all who provided feedback during the consultation period.

    Council officers have read all community feedback and have prepared a Council Report, which will be presented at the Council Meeting on Tuesday 24 May, from 6pm in St Kilda Town Hall.

    The meeting agenda, Council Report and attachments will be available to view online from Friday 20 May. Community members are welcome to attend the Council Meeting and can nominate to speak and present their feedback to Councillors.




  • South Melbourne Life Saving Club redevelopment

    7 months ago
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    Following the close of community consultation on the draft concept design on 15 April, Council officers have read all community feedback and have prepared a Council Report. This report will be presented at the next Council Meeting on Tuesday 24 May, commencing at 6pm at St Kilda Town Hall.

    The meeting agenda, Council Report and attachments will be available to view online from Friday 20 May. Community members are welcome to attend the Council Meeting and can nominate to speak and present their feedback to Councillors.






    Following the close of community consultation on the draft concept design on 15 April, Council officers have read all community feedback and have prepared a Council Report. This report will be presented at the next Council Meeting on Tuesday 24 May, commencing at 6pm at St Kilda Town Hall.

    The meeting agenda, Council Report and attachments will be available to view online from Friday 20 May. Community members are welcome to attend the Council Meeting and can nominate to speak and present their feedback to Councillors.






  • Don't go cold on litter

    3 months ago
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    From 29 February to 30 April 2016 we asked the community to share their ideas or vote on their favourite ideas to keep our beautiful foreshore, parks and vibrant villages clean of litter and enjoyable to all.

    We can now report that we made 302 community members aware of the Don’t go cold on Litter Consultation and we were pleased to get 43 participants who contributed a total of 41 ideas and 133 votes to our Brainstormer section.

    We received some great ideas and also constructive comments and all feedback has been passed onto the Local Laws unit, Parks and... Continue reading

    From 29 February to 30 April 2016 we asked the community to share their ideas or vote on their favourite ideas to keep our beautiful foreshore, parks and vibrant villages clean of litter and enjoyable to all.

    We can now report that we made 302 community members aware of the Don’t go cold on Litter Consultation and we were pleased to get 43 participants who contributed a total of 41 ideas and 133 votes to our Brainstormer section.

    We received some great ideas and also constructive comments and all feedback has been passed onto the Local Laws unit, Parks and Open Space services, Street & Beach services and Waste Management services teams.

  • Share your thoughts on Car share

    3 months ago
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    Consultation on the Draft Car Share Policy concluded on Friday 22 April 2016.

    Below is a summary of responses received:

    • 235 people completed the on-line survey
    • 43 new car share bay locations were suggested using an interactive map

    A consultation report is being prepared, which will summarise feedback and an updated Car Share Policy will be brought to Councillors for consideration in mid-2016.



    Consultation on the Draft Car Share Policy concluded on Friday 22 April 2016.

    Below is a summary of responses received:

    • 235 people completed the on-line survey
    • 43 new car share bay locations were suggested using an interactive map

    A consultation report is being prepared, which will summarise feedback and an updated Car Share Policy will be brought to Councillors for consideration in mid-2016.



  • St Kilda Triangle Masterplan

    6 months ago
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    The St Kilda Triangle Masterplan was adopted by Council at the Ordinary Meeting on Tuesday 22 March 2016.

    The Masterplan establishes a vision for the Triangle site and a framework that outlines where built form should be located, the massing and size of that form, the character of the public realm and connections to the broader precinct.



    The St Kilda Triangle Masterplan was adopted by Council at the Ordinary Meeting on Tuesday 22 March 2016.

    The Masterplan establishes a vision for the Triangle site and a framework that outlines where built form should be located, the massing and size of that form, the character of the public realm and connections to the broader precinct.



  • Your Say on Acland St Upgrade

    7 months ago
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    At the Ordinary Meeting of Council on 8 December 2015, Council endorsed the streetscape framework plan for Acland Street.

    Council carried out a two phase engagement approach, across the two consultation periods held in March/April and October/November, approximately 1,500 individual consultation responses were received. You can view the consultation summary report in the Document Library.



    At the Ordinary Meeting of Council on 8 December 2015, Council endorsed the streetscape framework plan for Acland Street.

    Council carried out a two phase engagement approach, across the two consultation periods held in March/April and October/November, approximately 1,500 individual consultation responses were received. You can view the consultation summary report in the Document Library.



  • South Melbourne Market York Street Activation

    3 months ago
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    Council is seeking your input to develop a draft masterplan for York Street to enhance the range of shopping, dining and community experiences available at South Melbourne Market.

    Share your thoughts by viewing the photo ideas in our survey and telling us what would attract you to spend more time on York Street or adding your suggestions to our interactive board. Please give us your feedback by 31 March 2016. This consultation has concluded.



    Council is seeking your input to develop a draft masterplan for York Street to enhance the range of shopping, dining and community experiences available at South Melbourne Market.

    Share your thoughts by viewing the photo ideas in our survey and telling us what would attract you to spend more time on York Street or adding your suggestions to our interactive board. Please give us your feedback by 31 March 2016. This consultation has concluded.


  • Cecil Street bike connection upgrade

    3 months ago
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    Thank you to all those who made a submission, viewed the information, or otherwise expressed their interest in this project.

    We had more than 260 visits to the site with 73 respondents completing the survey or submitting a response.

    Given the positive community feedback, Council officers will now proceed with the detailed design for these improvements. Find out more about the next steps.

    Thank you to all those who made a submission, viewed the information, or otherwise expressed their interest in this project.

    We had more than 260 visits to the site with 73 respondents completing the survey or submitting a response.

    Given the positive community feedback, Council officers will now proceed with the detailed design for these improvements. Find out more about the next steps.