Metropolitan Partnerships

The Victorian Government has established six Metropolitan Partnerships as a new and coordinated way for communities to advise government on what matters in their region.

The Inner South-east Metropolitan Partnership will be holding its second Assembly on 30 May 2018 for 200 community members, businesses owners and stakeholders. At this Assembly, participants will discuss their thoughts for the region and what solutions the Partnership can promote to ensure the Inner South-east thrives over the next 35 years.

This feedback will inform the Partnership's 2018 advice for the region, which will be shared with the Victorian Government as priority outcomes for consideration.

The Inner South-east Assembly is taking place on Wednesday 30 May 2018 at 6pm at McKinnon Secondary College. Register now to secure your place https://engage.vic.gov.au/inner-south-east-metropolitan-partnership

If you can't attend the Assembly in person, there is an option to participate online. We are hoping to broaden our reach to the many diverse groups that make up our region so please pass this information onto anyone in the Inner South-east who would be interested in shaping the future of their region.

If you have any questions you can contact the Inner South-east Partnership Coordinator via innersoutheast.partnership@delwp.vic.gov.au.

The Victorian Government has established six Metropolitan Partnerships as a new and coordinated way for communities to advise government on what matters in their region.

The Inner South-east Metropolitan Partnership will be holding its second Assembly on 30 May 2018 for 200 community members, businesses owners and stakeholders. At this Assembly, participants will discuss their thoughts for the region and what solutions the Partnership can promote to ensure the Inner South-east thrives over the next 35 years.

This feedback will inform the Partnership's 2018 advice for the region, which will be shared with the Victorian Government as priority outcomes for consideration.

The Inner South-east Assembly is taking place on Wednesday 30 May 2018 at 6pm at McKinnon Secondary College. Register now to secure your place https://engage.vic.gov.au/inner-south-east-metropolitan-partnership

If you can't attend the Assembly in person, there is an option to participate online. We are hoping to broaden our reach to the many diverse groups that make up our region so please pass this information onto anyone in the Inner South-east who would be interested in shaping the future of their region.

If you have any questions you can contact the Inner South-east Partnership Coordinator via innersoutheast.partnership@delwp.vic.gov.au.

  • Pick My Project

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    Pick My Project is a community grants initiative, with $30M available to fund local projects. Come up with an idea, vote for your favourites and make your community an even better place to live. From May 2018, all you'll need is a project idea to improve your neighbourhood and an eligible partner such as a registered community organisation, school or local council to help deliver your idea.

    Projects can cost anything from $20,000 to $200,000. This could include small infrastructure projects, or programs to strengthen community cohesion. Projects could include sport and recreation activities, improving health and wellbeing, innovation, arts and culture, and ideas that improve community and bring people together.

    Eligible ideas will be put forward for community voting. During voting, applicants will work with their networks and encourage their community to vote for their project.

    We encourage you to put forward projects that benefit the Stonnington community. Find out more at https://pickmyproject.vic.gov.au/

    Pick My Project is a community grants initiative, with $30M available to fund local projects. Come up with an idea, vote for your favourites and make your community an even better place to live. From May 2018, all you'll need is a project idea to improve your neighbourhood and an eligible partner such as a registered community organisation, school or local council to help deliver your idea.

    Projects can cost anything from $20,000 to $200,000. This could include small infrastructure projects, or programs to strengthen community cohesion. Projects could include sport and recreation activities, improving health and wellbeing, innovation, arts and culture, and ideas that improve community and bring people together.

    Eligible ideas will be put forward for community voting. During voting, applicants will work with their networks and encourage their community to vote for their project.

    We encourage you to put forward projects that benefit the Stonnington community. Find out more at https://pickmyproject.vic.gov.au/