Officer Precinct Structure Plan intersections
Gazetted on 17 September 2020
Officer Precinct Structure Plan intersections
Gazetted on 17 September 2020
Officer Precinct Structure Plan Town Centre review
Gazetted on 6 March 2020
Approved with changes
Officer Precinct Structure Plan (2011) policy repairs
Gazetted on 30 August 2020
The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) works in collaboration with Cardinia Shire Council in developing the Officer Precinct.
Go to VPA's Officer Precinct Structure Plan page for more information.
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