Echuca West Precinct Structure Plan
The Echuca West Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) has been prepared for the development of Echuca West in conjunction with the Victorian Planning Authority (VPA). The plan will unlock the next 40 years of residential land supply for Echuca, providing 5,000 new dwellings and a new community of 14,000 residents.
Where is it?
The plan comprises of 615 hectares of developable land and is bounded by:
- Murray Valley Highway to the north
- Northern Highway to the east
- Echuca West School Road to the south, and
- Stratton Road to the west.
Download map of area(PDF, 156KB).
Why do we need it?
The Echuca West Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) will guide the future development of the precinct and includes a high-level Structure Plan showing the location of major infrastructure items including drainage, open space and traffic items. The PSP will integrate existing local convenience centre, schools and community facilities.
Where is it up to?
The Echuca West Development Contributions Plan (DCP) is currently being prepared which identifies and costs infrastructure that is required to support future residential development in the precinct. This will ensure appropriate contributions for future infrastructure.
This project is being developed in steps. The project is currently up to preparing the draft structure plan preparation:
Background studies and context
Draft structure plan preparation
Community engagement and exhibition
Further work and investigation
Structure plan finalisation
Submit for approval
Contact: Emily Hardy, Planner, 1300 666 535, or email: [email protected]
June 2019 - Project update(PDF, 3MB)
October 2019 - Landowner newsletter(PDF, 4MB)