More than a year’s work by the community and Council went into producing a roadmap to the future called BawBaw 2050.
The Baw Baw Heritage Study is a shire-wide study that was undertaken to identify places and things that have Heritage value, and to review the 1991 City of Warragul Heritage Study.
Council is planning for Baw Baw Community Services including aged care, education, children, youth and family services.
A Development Contributions Plan (DCP) is used to collect payments towards the provision of infrastructure triggered by new development.
The Drouin Town Centre Strategy provides a 30 year vision for the growth and development of the centre.
Residents that require native vegetation offsets are able to purchase these offsets through the Native Vegetation Offset Scheme (NVOS).
Baw Baw Shire Council currently manages and maintains 405 hectares of public open space for the community, in addition to 153 hectares of bushland reserves.
The Baw Baw Settlement Management Plan provides a framework for accommodating population growth while preserving the existing character of the municipality.
The Walhalla Bushfire, Heritage and Overlay Review project is about the Baw Baw Planning Scheme provisions for Walhalla, with particular attention to heritage and bushfire controls
The Warragul Town Centre Strategy provides a 30 year vision for the growth and development of the centre.
Rural Land Use Review looks at the future of rural land within the municipality. This is an ongoing project, yet to be finalised.
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