MorelandLeader: Minister acts on Heritage

Planning Minister, Richard Wynn, recently 'called in' Heritage Victoria's application to incorporate new heritage structures within the Victorian Heritage Register. This means that the Minister will now make this decision, not Heritage Victoria. Heritage Victoria had proposed a public consultation period between 4 September to 3 November 2019. This will no longer go ahead. It … Continue reading MorelandLeader: Minister acts on Heritage

Moreland Leader: Urban Forest Group urges Moreland Station moved south

Moreland leader again features coverage of the level Crossing removal with the story that 113 trees will be axed, with local group, the Upfield Urban Forest, calling for the new elevated Moreland Station to move further south so that more trees can be retained. A second story inside the papers covers the protest on Bell … Continue reading Moreland Leader: Urban Forest Group urges Moreland Station moved south

Moreland Leader: Wrecking Ball plan for Box

Moreland Leader report on Level Crossing Removal Project application to Heritage Victoria for demolition of the Munro Street Signal Box. Read the story Moreland Council has put in a submission to Heritage Victoria opposing the application. See our report on this issue. A report from social media with images of the Signal Box https://www.facebook.com/johnenglart/posts/2634204513256565 More … Continue reading Moreland Leader: Wrecking Ball plan for Box

Munro Street Signal Box under threat

The Munro Street Signal Box, constructed in 1928, is under threat of demolition by the Level Crossing Removal Project (LXRP). Heritage Victoria have placed an interim protection order on this building and other infrastructure requiring LXRP to apply for permission for the demolition of this infrastructure. Moreland Council at it's meeting on 14 August noted … Continue reading Munro Street Signal Box under threat

Residents campaigned for Gandolfo Gardens over 100 years ago, now we need to do so again

The gardens with the mature trees, and the playground equipment around Moreland Station are there because local residents campaigned strongly for these parklands and amenities over 100 years ago, from 1910 to 1911, but also for Coburg Council to do ongoing maintenance well past the initial establishment. Level Crossing Removal Project want to use this … Continue reading Residents campaigned for Gandolfo Gardens over 100 years ago, now we need to do so again