Your Say Manningham

Have your say on what matters to you in Manningham.

Your Say Manningham is an exciting online consultation portal where you can voice your opinions, share ideas and provide feedback on issues and projects that are important to you.

Your Say Manningham provides one central location to access the latest information on local issues for public consultation, complete with videos, photos and documents for you to view, provide opinion and discuss with other residents.

Have your say now.


Have your say on what matters to you in Manningham.

Your Say Manningham is an exciting online consultation portal where you can voice your opinions, share ideas and provide feedback on issues and projects that are important to you.

Your Say Manningham provides one central location to access the latest information on local issues for public consultation, complete with videos, photos and documents for you to view, provide opinion and discuss with other residents.

Have your say now.


News and Consultations

  • Amendment GC42 - Manningham Planning Scheme and Darebin Planning Scheme

    7 days ago

    Manningham Council is proposing to introduce a new Environmentally Sustainable Development (ESD) Policy into the Manningham Planning Scheme that will establish new sustainability requirements for developments with three or more dwellings, or non-residential developments with a gross floor area over 500m². This policy is proposed as Amendment GC42.

    To read more please visit the Amendment GC42 project page.

    Manningham Council is proposing to introduce a new Environmentally Sustainable Development (ESD) Policy into the Manningham Planning Scheme that will establish new sustainability requirements for developments with three or more dwellings, or non-residential developments with a gross floor area over 500m². This policy is proposed as Amendment GC42.

    To read more please visit the Amendment GC42 project page.

  • Amendment C109 Improving Flood Management in Manningham

    3 months ago

    Consultation for Amendment C109 has now closed, we thank you for your feedback.

    For further information and to learn more about the next steps in this process, please visit the Amendment C109 Improving Flood Management in Manningham page.

    Consultation for Amendment C109 has now closed, we thank you for your feedback.

    For further information and to learn more about the next steps in this process, please visit the Amendment C109 Improving Flood Management in Manningham page.

  • Creating a Dementia-Friendly City

    3 months ago

    Manningham Council would like to hear from you on the issue of dementia and how Manningham can become a dementia-friendly community.

    A dementia-friendly community is a place where people are aware of and understand dementia, and people with dementia feel included and involved and have choice and control over their day-to-day lives.

    To help Manningham find ways to become a dementia-friendly community, we invite residents to participate in our creating a dementia-friendly city survey. Survey closes 26 February 2016.

    Manningham Council would like to hear from you on the issue of dementia and how Manningham can become a dementia-friendly community.

    A dementia-friendly community is a place where people are aware of and understand dementia, and people with dementia feel included and involved and have choice and control over their day-to-day lives.

    To help Manningham find ways to become a dementia-friendly community, we invite residents to participate in our creating a dementia-friendly city survey. Survey closes 26 February 2016.

  • Warrandyte Community Market

    5 months ago
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    New operator sought for Warrandyte Market.

    Applications are being sought from not for profit community groups based in Manningham to operate the Warrandyte Community Market from April 2016. Visit the Warrandyte Community Market page for full details.



    New operator sought for Warrandyte Market.

    Applications are being sought from not for profit community groups based in Manningham to operate the Warrandyte Community Market from April 2016. Visit the Warrandyte Community Market page for full details.



  • Invigorate - Building a healthier Manningham

    5 months ago
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    The new Invigorate publication is here!

    The first issue of Invigorate, Manningham’s new seasonal health and lifestyle magazine, is now available and includes all the latest news on sport, recreation, health and wellbeing.

    All the details about this new publication, and how to subscribe can be seen on the project page.



    The new Invigorate publication is here!

    The first issue of Invigorate, Manningham’s new seasonal health and lifestyle magazine, is now available and includes all the latest news on sport, recreation, health and wellbeing.

    All the details about this new publication, and how to subscribe can be seen on the project page.


  • King Street Upgrade

    3 months ago

    UPDATE: Consultation on the King Street Upgrade has now closed. We thank you for your valuable feedback.

    For more information on this project please visit the King Street Upgrade project page


    UPDATE: Consultation on the King Street Upgrade has now closed. We thank you for your valuable feedback.

    For more information on this project please visit the King Street Upgrade project page


  • Mullum Mullum Reserve Stadium

    6 months ago

    Manningham Council has recently applied for a planning permit for the construction of the proposed $17.9 million multi-use stadium at Mullum Mullum Reserve.

    The proposed stadium includes five multi-use sports courts, seating for up to 500 spectators, amenities and a café. The facility will cater for a range of sports such as basketball, netball, badminton and volleyball. The facility will be critical to addressing the shortage of court space throughout Manningham.

    The planning permit application for the construction of the stadium is on public exhibition from Wednesday 19 August until Wednesday 9 September. Submissions should be made during this time; however Council can consider all submissions up until the day a decision is made on the application.

    To view more information or to make a submission

    Manningham Council has recently applied for a planning permit for the construction of the proposed $17.9 million multi-use stadium at Mullum Mullum Reserve.

    The proposed stadium includes five multi-use sports courts, seating for up to 500 spectators, amenities and a café. The facility will cater for a range of sports such as basketball, netball, badminton and volleyball. The facility will be critical to addressing the shortage of court space throughout Manningham.

    The planning permit application for the construction of the stadium is on public exhibition from Wednesday 19 August until Wednesday 9 September. Submissions should be made during this time; however Council can consider all submissions up until the day a decision is made on the application.

    To view more information or to make a submission
  • Draft Tunstall Square Streetscape Masterplan

    8 months ago
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    UPDATE: Consultation for the Draft Tunstall Square Streetscape Masterplan has now closed. We thank you for your valuable feedback.

    Any updates on the Draft Streetscape Masterplan will be posted on this project page when they become available.

    Manningham Council is planning a major upgrade of the outdoor spaces on the western side of Tunstall Square and is currently seeking comment from the community to finalise the design.

    Approximately $1 million will be invested over the next three years to refresh pedestrian areas and build on the established ‘market feel’ in Tunstall Square, which is one of Manningham’s most popular neighbourhood... Continue reading

    UPDATE: Consultation for the Draft Tunstall Square Streetscape Masterplan has now closed. We thank you for your valuable feedback.

    Any updates on the Draft Streetscape Masterplan will be posted on this project page when they become available.

    Manningham Council is planning a major upgrade of the outdoor spaces on the western side of Tunstall Square and is currently seeking comment from the community to finalise the design.

    Approximately $1 million will be invested over the next three years to refresh pedestrian areas and build on the established ‘market feel’ in Tunstall Square, which is one of Manningham’s most popular neighbourhood centres.

    For all the latest news and information regarding this project please visit the Draft Tunstall Square Streetscape Masterplan page.

  • Aquarena Aquatic and Leisure Centre Redevelopment

    over 1 year ago
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    In 2006 Council endorsed a Master Plan for the Aquarena Aquatic and Leisure Centre, to guide the future planning and provision of aquatic and leisure services, programs and facilities at the Centre.

    The redevelopment of the Centre in Williamson’s Road Doncaster is now well underway, with stages 1 - 3A already completed.

    In August 2014, Council commenced the implementation of Stages 4 -6 of the Master Plan. The implementation will be a 20 month process and is expected to be completed by May 2016.

    For more information and regular updates

    In 2006 Council endorsed a Master Plan for the Aquarena Aquatic and Leisure Centre, to guide the future planning and provision of aquatic and leisure services, programs and facilities at the Centre.

    The redevelopment of the Centre in Williamson’s Road Doncaster is now well underway, with stages 1 - 3A already completed.

    In August 2014, Council commenced the implementation of Stages 4 -6 of the Master Plan. The implementation will be a 20 month process and is expected to be completed by May 2016.

    For more information and regular updates

  • Melbourne Hill Road Catchment

    11 months ago

    Update: Consultation has now closed. Thank you for your feedback.

    The Melbourne Hill Road Catchment Sustainable Flood Mitigation Study was commissioned in response to both community requests and the Council resolution of 29 July 2014, and has been conducted in accordance with the requirements of the Project Brief developed in consultation with the Reference Panel.

    One of the core project requirements is to achieve flood protection in a major storm event for habitable floors within this catchment and the study assesses and compares the four short listed flood mitigation schemes.

    On 10 August 2015, the study was presented at the... Continue reading

    Update: Consultation has now closed. Thank you for your feedback.

    The Melbourne Hill Road Catchment Sustainable Flood Mitigation Study was commissioned in response to both community requests and the Council resolution of 29 July 2014, and has been conducted in accordance with the requirements of the Project Brief developed in consultation with the Reference Panel.

    One of the core project requirements is to achieve flood protection in a major storm event for habitable floors within this catchment and the study assesses and compares the four short listed flood mitigation schemes.

    On 10 August 2015, the study was presented at the community meeting with the following key findings and recommendations:

    • An upgrade of the drain within the existing Melbourne Hill Road valley is the most effective flood mitigation option of those identified in the long list options report presented at the 30 April 2015 community meeting.
    • All properties within the catchment contribute to flooding within the catchment.
    • Schemes 2 and 4 did not meet the project flood mitigation objectives and the consultant recommended that these schemes be set aside from further consideration.
    • Schemes 1 and 5 were recommended for further consideration.

    Further consultation has been undertaken with the Reference Panel and an additional scheme option based on modification of Scheme 2 has been developed, which achieves comparable protection of habitable floors from flooding as Scheme 1. This new scheme is known as Scheme 2.1.

    Council is seeking feedback on the community's preferred scheme options between schemes 1, 2.1 and 5. Consultation closes on Monday 2 November 2015.

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