From 17 – 25 November 2014 VCAT has been hearing Application P764/2013 for removal of the covenants burdening Waterfront Place. The Application is described as “an Application for Review No P764/2013 by Waterfront Place Pty Ltd against the deemed refusal by the Port Phillip City Council to remove or vary restrictive covenants burdening the land
At today’s directions hearing, VCAT set a date of 17 November 2014 for a full hearing (7 days) for Waterfront Place application P764/2013 (covenants).
On 18 July 2014 Justice Zammit made the following orders in respect of S CI 2012 03598: “1. All dates listed for the order of 20 November 2013 are vacated. 2. On or before 11 December 2014 the Plaintiff (Waterfront Place Pty Ltd) must: a) file and serve upon the Defendants listed in Schedule A
On 1 October 2013 VCAT vacated the 5-day hearing scheduled for 7 October 2013, adjourning it to an administrative mention on 31 March 2014, by which date each party must advise the Tribunal in writing: whether the matter is resolved or is proceeding to a hearing, if that party is ready for a hearing, that
VCAT has advised parties to P763/2013 and P764/2013 of the following orders: “The hearing listed on 7 October 2013 for 5 days is vacated.” “These matters are adjourned for administrative mention on 31 March 2014. By that date each party must advise the Tribunal in writing: whether the matter is resolved or is proceeding to
The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) has decided to cancel the Practice Day Hearing for Waterfront Place Port Melbourne applications P763/2013 and P764/2013. Shortlink: http://wp.me/p3tOu9-AA
The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) has set the date for hearing VCAT P764/2013 (Waterfront Place covenants) as 7 October 2013 with an expected duration of 5 days. [Order] Shortlink: http://wp.me/p3tOu9-zS
The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) has confirmed the date of the Practice Day Hearing for VCAT P764/2013 (Waterfront Place covenants) as being 14 June 2013. It sent this confirmation to all registered parties by letter dated 4 June 2013. The issues for decision at this meeting are: To consider the giving of further notice of
The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) Practice Day Hearing for the Waterfront Place Beacon Cove covenants was held today with the following outcomes (subject to the wording of any official VCAT record or order): Issues relating to the ambit of covenants were not resolved, and as a result another Practice Day hearing is scheduled
9 May 2013: As of today the developer’s Supreme Court of Victoria action (S CI 2012 03598) is current, with the latest orders being dated 11 Feb 2013. It’s apparent that the timings in these orders create conflicts with the timing of the application to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT), which is not
7 May 2013: We understand that the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) received 53 submissions (statements of grounds) for P764/2013, including: a submission from Rigby Cooke Lawyers on behalf of Waterfront Place Pty Ltd a submission from the City of Port Phillip 48 submissions from residents a submission from the Beacon Cove Neighbourhood Association
11 February 2013: Supreme Court of Victoria Associate Justice Mukhtar has ordered that (by consent): “1. The directions hearing scheduled for 11 February 2013 be vacated. 2. On of before 13 May 2013 the Plaintiff must: (a) file and serve on the Defendants … to this affidavit material upon which it intends to rely; and
6 December 2012: Supreme Court of Victoria Associate Justice Zammit has ordered that: “1. The dates referred to in orders 3-9 of the orders dated 10 September 2012 are vacated. 2. The proceeding is set down for further directions on 11 February 2013 in Associate Judges’ Court 2, Ground Floor, 436 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne. 3.
31 Oct 2012 On behalf of its client, Waterfront Place Pty Ltd, solicitor Rigby Cooke Lawyers notified objectors to Supreme Court application S CI 2012 03598 that “our client is currently considering its options in this matter”. Rigby Cooke has “requested the consent of the defendants” (Mirvac Victoria Pty Limited, Mirvac (Beacon Cove) Pty Limited
28 August 2012: The City of Port Phillip has declined Mirvac Victoria Pty Limited’s offer to transfer its role as arbiter of the covenants on 1-11 Waterfront Place to the Council. [More (PDF)] Council notes provide a timeline of events: 1996: The Recreation Centre and Child Care Centre at 1-11 Waterfront Place, Port Melbourne (the