Connect Stonnington

Providing feedback and ideas to Council will now be easier thanks to the launch of a new, custom-built digital platform: Connect Stonnington.

Connect Stonnington has been developed to support open dialogue and community participation in decision-making in an interactive and easy-to-use way.

The new platform makes it easy for the Stonnington community to learn about, provide feedback and shape some of Council’s most important projects and is part of Stonnington’s commitment to being a more accessible, transparent and responsive organisation.

Providing feedback and ideas to Council will now be easier thanks to the launch of a new, custom-built digital platform: Connect Stonnington.

Connect Stonnington has been developed to support open dialogue and community participation in decision-making in an interactive and easy-to-use way.

The new platform makes it easy for the Stonnington community to learn about, provide feedback and shape some of Council’s most important projects and is part of Stonnington’s commitment to being a more accessible, transparent and responsive organisation.

  • Greville, King and Porter Streets - Works Update: July 2017

    about 1 year ago
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    Council has resolved to implement permanent modifications to Greville, King and Porter Streets, Prahran.

    These streets will undergo permanent changes to create a better environment for the local community, business owners and visitors to enjoy.

    The civil component of for the Greville Street Urban Realm Improvement Project has commenced with demolition and reinstatement of the northern kerbs between Porter Street and Izett Street programmed for the coming weeks. Further information is available in our latest News Updates and Works Bulletins.

    Find Out More.

    Council has resolved to implement permanent modifications to Greville, King and Porter Streets, Prahran.

    These streets will undergo permanent changes to create a better environment for the local community, business owners and visitors to enjoy.

    The civil component of for the Greville Street Urban Realm Improvement Project has commenced with demolition and reinstatement of the northern kerbs between Porter Street and Izett Street programmed for the coming weeks. Further information is available in our latest News Updates and Works Bulletins.

    Find Out More.

  • Your Local Shops: Activity Centres Strategy

    11 months ago
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    Council has prepared a draft Activity Centres Strategy for Stonnington’s retail commercial centres.

    The draft strategy is informed by earlier community consultation and identifies the characteristics and development potential within each of Stonnington’s 17 neighbourhood activity centres. It proposes actions to improve and manage growth and development and protect the local character in our neighbourhood activity centres.

    Council has prepared a draft Activity Centres Strategy for Stonnington’s retail commercial centres.

    The draft strategy is informed by earlier community consultation and identifies the characteristics and development potential within each of Stonnington’s 17 neighbourhood activity centres. It proposes actions to improve and manage growth and development and protect the local character in our neighbourhood activity centres.

  • Stonnington Indoor Stadium

    5 months ago
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    In line with our Stonnington Recreation Strategy, Council has sought to identify a suitable site to construct a four-court indoor stadium with associated car parking, court-side seating, and change room facilities.
    Chadstone Bowls Club was chosen as the preferred location for the feasibility study following consideration of potential stadium sites.

    The purpose of the feasibility study is to provide Council with expert opinion, independent data and community feedback in order to make an informed decision. The study will include detailed traffic and parking analysis of the streets around the bowls club and Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park.

    In line with our Stonnington Recreation Strategy, Council has sought to identify a suitable site to construct a four-court indoor stadium with associated car parking, court-side seating, and change room facilities.
    Chadstone Bowls Club was chosen as the preferred location for the feasibility study following consideration of potential stadium sites.

    The purpose of the feasibility study is to provide Council with expert opinion, independent data and community feedback in order to make an informed decision. The study will include detailed traffic and parking analysis of the streets around the bowls club and Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park.

  • Cato Square

    4 months ago
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    Cato Square is the $60+ million transformation of the old Cato Street car park in Prahran into over 9,000m2 of multifunctional urban parkland with underground car parking.

    The Cato Square project is one of the largest, most ambitious and exciting construction projects ever delivered in the City of Stonnington.

    When completed in 2019, Cato Square will provide urgently needed open space for passive recreation, events, festivals and markets in Prahran and will provide 20 per cent more car spaces for shoppers and retailers in the surrounding Chapel and Greville Street precincts.

    Cato Square is the $60+ million transformation of the old Cato Street car park in Prahran into over 9,000m2 of multifunctional urban parkland with underground car parking.

    The Cato Square project is one of the largest, most ambitious and exciting construction projects ever delivered in the City of Stonnington.

    When completed in 2019, Cato Square will provide urgently needed open space for passive recreation, events, festivals and markets in Prahran and will provide 20 per cent more car spaces for shoppers and retailers in the surrounding Chapel and Greville Street precincts.

  • Gardiner Park Redevelopment

    over 1 year ago
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    Gardiner Park is being redeveloped as part of Council’s commitment to provide high-quality facilities and open space for the community.

    The redevelopment will include:

    • The conversion of the existing natural turf sportsground within the park to a high quality all weather synthetic turf sportsground
    • Replacement of the existing floodlights with new floodlights that meet contemporary lighting standards for football (all codes) training
    • Replacement of the existing pavilion with a new pavilion in line with the provision standards and priorities in Council’s Pavilion Redevelopment Strategy
    • Upgrades of the existing playground, barbeque and picnic areas, and
    • Landscaping improvements... Continue reading

    Gardiner Park is being redeveloped as part of Council’s commitment to provide high-quality facilities and open space for the community.

    The redevelopment will include:

    • The conversion of the existing natural turf sportsground within the park to a high quality all weather synthetic turf sportsground
    • Replacement of the existing floodlights with new floodlights that meet contemporary lighting standards for football (all codes) training
    • Replacement of the existing pavilion with a new pavilion in line with the provision standards and priorities in Council’s Pavilion Redevelopment Strategy
    • Upgrades of the existing playground, barbeque and picnic areas, and
    • Landscaping improvements throughout the park.
  • Beatty Avenue Improvements

    4 months ago
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    Council has a strong commitment to improving the public realm and amenity within its many different shopping precincts. These improvements allow each shopping precinct’s individuality and local character to be expressed and enhanced within the public environment.

    In 2014, Council rebuilt the pavement at the corner of Beatty Avenue and Rose Street as part of its Shopping Precinct Improvement Program and provided more seating and greenery for residents, business owners and visitors to the area. These works have improved the safety and vibrancy of this busy intersection.

    Council has a strong commitment to improving the public realm and amenity within its many different shopping precincts. These improvements allow each shopping precinct’s individuality and local character to be expressed and enhanced within the public environment.

    In 2014, Council rebuilt the pavement at the corner of Beatty Avenue and Rose Street as part of its Shopping Precinct Improvement Program and provided more seating and greenery for residents, business owners and visitors to the area. These works have improved the safety and vibrancy of this busy intersection.

  • Sustainable Environment Strategy

    4 months ago
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    Council has begun the process to review and update the Sustainable Environment Strategy 2013-2017.

    To develop the new Sustainable Environment Strategy, Council will seek input from the Stonnington community on environmental priorities and issues of interest.

    Council has begun the process to review and update the Sustainable Environment Strategy 2013-2017.

    To develop the new Sustainable Environment Strategy, Council will seek input from the Stonnington community on environmental priorities and issues of interest.

  • Urban Forest Strategy

    4 months ago
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    A thriving urban forest helps to support the key pillars of Community, Environment, Liveability and Prosperity that guide the vision, direction and provision of Council services. Council Plan 2013-2017

    The importance of the urban forest to a City's liveability, environment and prosperity is widely recognised. Trees and green spaces play an important role in the physical and mental wellbeing of community and are an essential element of any city. The City of Stonnington is fortunate to have a diverse and mature urban forest that underpins the character and amenity of the area.


    A thriving urban forest helps to support the key pillars of Community, Environment, Liveability and Prosperity that guide the vision, direction and provision of Council services. Council Plan 2013-2017

    The importance of the urban forest to a City's liveability, environment and prosperity is widely recognised. Trees and green spaces play an important role in the physical and mental wellbeing of community and are an essential element of any city. The City of Stonnington is fortunate to have a diverse and mature urban forest that underpins the character and amenity of the area.


  • Planning for a Healthier Stonnington

    5 months ago
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    Council is now preparing to develop a new Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan (2017-2021). The Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan is a key strategic planning tool that aims to maintain and improve public health and wellbeing at a local community level.

    As part of the process of developing the next four year plan, Council would like your opinion regarding what you think can be done by Council to protect and improve your health, and what the priority health areas are for Stonnington residents.


    Council is now preparing to develop a new Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan (2017-2021). The Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan is a key strategic planning tool that aims to maintain and improve public health and wellbeing at a local community level.

    As part of the process of developing the next four year plan, Council would like your opinion regarding what you think can be done by Council to protect and improve your health, and what the priority health areas are for Stonnington residents.


  • Hawksburn Village Structure Plan

    over 1 year ago
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    Hawksburn Village is an important centre for local services, employment, housing, transport and interaction. Council has prepared a Draft Structure Plan for the Hawksburn Centre which sets out a plan to manage growth and change within the Centre for the next 20 – 30 years.


    Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback on the Draft Structure Plan for Hawksburn Village. You can now view the results on this feedback in the Stage Three Consultation report.

    Hawksburn Village is an important centre for local services, employment, housing, transport and interaction. Council has prepared a Draft Structure Plan for the Hawksburn Centre which sets out a plan to manage growth and change within the Centre for the next 20 – 30 years.


    Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback on the Draft Structure Plan for Hawksburn Village. You can now view the results on this feedback in the Stage Three Consultation report.