The redevelopment site at 24 to 42 Dunlop Avenue, Ascot Vale will offer increased housing opportunities for more Victorians than ever before, with a range of housing solutions being delivered.
A planning permit for the 200 dwellings was issued by Moonee Valley City Council on 21 January 2020.
The project will provide an opportunity to showcase good housing design, aiming to enhance the confidence of local residents and the community for any future redevelopment of the broader Ascot Vale development.
What you need to know
The project is located on Homes Victoria land at Dunlop Avenue, Ascot Vale.
City of Moonee Valley
The Victorian Government is investing $104 million in the development at Ascot Vale.
The development creates 890 jobs.
Delivering 200 new social housing and affordable housing homes.
The development will include 5 per cent of Disability Discrimination Act fully accessible homes.
The gardens will be landscaped with communal open spaces, seating areas, vegetable gardens and barbecue areas.
Each building will have secure entry and a design that will encourage and maximise sightlines and safety.
The project promotes good design. The Office of the Victorian Government Architect will review the design proposal and provide advice.
We're responding to the changing needs of households in Victoria. The redevelopment will include a range of dwellings including 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes.
The design will be environmentally efficient. That means the homes will be more comfortable, as well as less expensive, to heat and cool. They'll carry a 5-star Green Star rating and a 7-star NatHERS average rating.
At least 5 per cent of the new social housing homes will be easy to access for Victorians with disabilities. This includes drop-off areas, paths, lifts and car parking. Inside the home, kitchens, bathrooms and storage will also be accessible.
First half of 2021