Highpoint sits within a catchment area of approximately 1.45 million people, with population growth since 2011 nearly double the national historic average. Set to benefit from continued growth through to 2051, GPT has lodged a development plan for the centre with Maribyrnong Council, that seeks approval for a mixture of residential and commercial uses, community facilities, green open spaces and future provision for retail experiences and spaces.
Overlooking the Maribyrnong River, this exciting re-development will introduce a compact, highly accessible and distinctive place that provides resident’s with high quality living, working and recreation opportunities around a prominent town centre. Every aspect of the precinct’s design has been focused in developing a culturally vibrant community that facilitates engagement with cultural diversity, identity and heritage with a “sense of place.”
VIEW THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN
Download and view the Development Plan via the links below until Friday 24 September 2021
Have Your Say
As we prepare the final Development Plan, we would like to hear your thoughts. Your feedback will be supplied to the project team and summarised in the final submission to the council. Comments may be provided in writing via email at HPUVDP@urbis.com.au
, and must be received by 5pm, Friday 24 September 2021.
To find out more about the Development Plan, an online webinar will be held 5.30pm Tuesday 21 September 2021
where GPT and its project team will present the project. To participate in the webinar, please register your interest by emailing HPUVDP@urbis.com.au
You will be provided details of how to log onto the event once you’ve registered. Please note the webinar will not be an open forum but to provide the community further detail on the development plan. Interested parties are invited to submit their questions and comments via the email HPUVDP@urbis.com.au
We value your feedback on this exciting next phase of the Highpoint Shopping Centre and look forward to continuing to be part of the growth of Maribyrnong and Maidstone as well as the broader inner-western area of Melbourne.