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Cultural Awareness Training

Cultural Awareness Training In mid-September, members of the Chain of Ponds Collaboration were given the opportunity to attend Cultural Awareness Training hosted by Wurundjeri Council. Increasingly Traditional Owner engagement and involvement in the Chain of Ponds Collaboration is a key priority. Following the renewal of the Memorandum of Understanding, we have increased our focus on …

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Strategic Review for Chain of Ponds

Strategic Review for Chain of Ponds The Chain of Ponds Strategic Review Working Groups has been busy through September and early October conducting a thorough strategic review process. The group, comprising of Geraldine Plas (Melbourne Water), Alex English (Moreland City Council), Andrew Hickey (Greater Western Water) and Rachel Lopes (Chain of Ponds / Greater Western …

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Improving Recreational Opportunities

Improving Recreational Opportunities The Moonee Ponds Creek Improvement Project is making headway in Brunswick West and Essendon.  The plan to improve recreational opportunities along the creek include the installation of a shared path bridge crossing, which will be fully installed by the end of the year. In the past weeks the survey set-out works and …

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Planning Controls & Environmental Significance

Strengthening Planning Controls & Moreland Environmental Significance Overlay The Chain of Ponds Collaboration is working towards greater protection of the Moonee Ponds Creek and surrounds. The Planning Controls Working Group is just one part of this effort, and our interest in improving planning controls is to ensure better outcomes from developments and planning decisions along …

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