Ascot Vale Estate
Ascot Vale Renewal: What does our future look like?
The Ascot Vale Renewal is a long-term project that involves replacing the current walk-up buildings on the Ascot Vale Estate with modern new homes. The estate is approximately 17 hectares in size and currently contains 842 dwellings. The buildings on the site, known as 'walk-ups' were built between 1947 and 1955 and no longer suit the needs of many residents. Over the next 15 – 20 years the Ascot Vale Estate will be redeveloped to better support residents with modern housing, and well-designed community spaces and facilities
The first step in planning for the redevelopment of the Ascot Vale Estate is working with the community to create a shared vision. The shared vision will describe the community you want to live in and will inform the future masterplan for the Ascot Vale Estate.
From 31 August to 14 October 2018, the community was invited to contribute their ideas to help create the shared vision. Capire have prepared a report which summarises what we heard during these activities. We have also prepared a summary of the key themes, quotes and aspirations.
- Ascot Vale Estate – Shared vision. Engagement findings, 31 October 2018
- Summary of key themes, quotes and aspirations
We have identified 18 principles to capture the participants values and aspirations for the future of the estate. You can have your say on these principles and contribute to the shared vision by completing the online survey. The survey closes on Sunday 16 December 2018.
If you need assistance taking the survey, staff from the Wingate Avenue Community Centre will be able to assist you during the following activities:
5 - 6.30pm
12, 19, 26 November and 3 December
Hop on Sports
4.30 - 6pm
14, 21, 28 November and 5 December
10 - 11:30am
16, 23, 30 November and 7 December
To learn more about the project please read the Frequently Asked Questions and Fact Sheets below.
Ascot Vale, Victoria, 3032
- DEVELOPING A SHARED VISION
- URBAN DESIGN WORKSHOPS
- ASCOT VALE MASTERPLAN
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