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Officer urban design framework on exhibition

Published: 4 February 2016

Cardinia Shire Council has released a draft framework to guide the growth and development of the Officer town centre.

The draft Officer Town Centre Urban Design Framework is now available for viewing, feedback can be provided and a community information session will be held on Wednesday 10 February.

Mayor Cr Jodie Owen said Council knew there was a lot of interest in the future of the Officer town centre.

“We know the community are keen to find out how Officer will develop into the future and this is a great opportunity to get involved,” she said.

“The framework includes everything from land use requirements, buildings and parks to information about trees, signs and walking and cycling paths. We want to ensure the Officer town centre is a vibrant, attractive and sustainable town centre that residents can enjoy with pride.”

A drop-in information session on the draft Officer Town Centre Urban Design Framework will be held from 2–8pm on Wednesday 10 February at Officer Recreation Reserve, corner of Princes Highway and Starling Road, Officer.

Written submissions must be submitted by 5pm, Monday 29 February by email or posted to:

Att: Growth Area Planning
Cardinia Shire Council
PO Box 7
Pakenham 3810

The draft Officer Town Centre Urban Design Framework is available to view until Monday 29 February. To view the document, visit Council’s Consultation Opportunities web page, or visit the Civic Centre at 20 Siding Avenue, Officer. A hard copy or USB of the framework can be requested by phone on 1300 787 624 or email.

For more information contact Council’s Growth Area Planning team on 1300 787 624.