VCAT has issued an order giving Waterfront Place Pty Ltd leave to withdraw its application for a review under Section 149 of the Planning and Environment Act 1987) of Council’s decision on 16 April 2013 not to consent to a plan prepared by Fender Katsilidis Architects for a major development at 1-11 Waterfront Place. A
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
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
9 Jan 2013 The Port of Melbourne Corporation has criticised the impact of the proposed 1-11 Waterfront Place development on traffic operations associated with the Station Pier terminal in its submission to the City of Port Phillip. See “Port fights bayside tower plan“, by Henrietta Cook, in The Age.