Moreland Council opposes LXRP heritage Permit in the Moreland Reserves

Moreland Council passed a resolution unanimously opposing the LXRP heritage permit and asking for more details of other options that could be employed to retain more trees. The Officer report (PDF 57.9MB) concluded: The application for the substantial removal of trees within Gandolfo Gardens and Moreland Station Reserve should not be supported, and it is … Continue reading Moreland Council opposes LXRP heritage Permit in the Moreland Reserves

A Better Bell street (and Moreland Road) for bikes, walking and station access

Make the Level Crossing Removals at Coburg and Moreland work for everyone. Why go to all the trouble of raising the rail without improving station access and pedestrian and cycling spaces while you're at it? Join us to fight for a better outcome for sustainable transport! Tuesday 10 September, 8:00am Upfield Bike Path and Bell … Continue reading A Better Bell street (and Moreland Road) for bikes, walking and station access

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

Moreland Council increases advocacy position on level crossing removal

Moreland Council upped it's advocacy position to the Level Crossing Removal project at the monthly council meeting on Wednesday 14 August, including on improving accessibility of the elevated stations. A motion proposed by Cr Sue Bolton was passed unanimously by Council with no speakers against the motion. Council is now calling for the Level Crossing … Continue reading Moreland Council increases advocacy position on level crossing removal

Moreland Leader: Advocates get Boost in Budget

Moreland Council in their budget meeting have allocated $30,000 for community advocacy by community groups as part of level crossing removal. The budget allocation was reported on by the Morelabnd Leader, published 1 July 2017. At the forthcoming Council meeting on Wednesday 14 July Moreland Council will vote to set up a community reference group … Continue reading Moreland Leader: Advocates get Boost in Budget