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Sustainable Buildings and Construction Programme (SBC)

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Sustainable Buildings and Construction Programme (SBC)
Presented by Steven McKellar (City of Melbourne)
2018 ProSPER.Net Leadership Programme
12-16 November, 2018

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Sustainable Buildings and Construction Programme (SBC)

  1. 1. Steven McKellar Senior Sustainability Officer Climate Resilience – Urban Sustainability SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMME (SBC)
  2. 2. LOCAL PLANNING POLICY _SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
  3. 3. PLANNING VS BUILDING Broad strategy to respond to ever changing social, environmental and economic conditions for Victoria Subjective and needs interpretation Some objectives are clear some are ambiguous Process for change – planning scheme amendments Technical provisions for the design and construction of buildings throughout Australia Very direct and provides pathways for compliance – deemed to satisfy / alternative method Changes are periodic and from a sustainable design perspective are focused on energy efficiency LOCAL PLANNING POLICY _PLANNING VS BUILDING
  4. 4. 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 City of Port Phillip - report sustainable design in planning City of Melbourne – Clause 22.19 Environmentally Sustainable Office Buildings Building Code of Australia – introduce Energy Efficiency requirements Council Alliance for a Sustainable Built Environment (CASBE) formed City of Melbourne – Clause 22.19 Energy, Water and Waste Banyule, Moreland, Port Phillip, Stonnington Yarra and Whitehorse – Local ESD Policy 1st Round City of Melbourne – Clause 22.23 Water Sensitive Urban Design IMAP Councils inlcuding Port Phillip, Stonnington and Yarra Monash, Darebin, Manningham and Knox – Local ESD Policy 2nd Round Brimbank, Greater Bendigo, Greater Dandenong, Kingston, Whittlesea and Wyndham– Local ESD Policy 3rd Round Fishermans Bend Urban Renewal Area – Strong ESD controls in LPP and CCZ City of Melbourne and Port Phillip Arden Vision - Victorian Planning Authority and City of Melbourne LOCAL PLANNING POLICY _INTEGRATING ESD
  5. 5. Currently there are 17 Local Governments with an local ESD planning policy in Victoria LOCAL PLANNING POLICY _CASBE
  6. 6. LOCAL PLANNING POLICY _ DEVELOPMENT TRIGGERS Residential 50m2 extensions + single dwelling Residential 2+ dwellings Multi-residential / Mixed use developments Non-residential 50m2 + extension or new
  7. 7. ENERGY INDOOR ENVIRONMENT QUALITY WATER EFFICIENCY STORMWATER URBAN ECOLOGY TRANSPORT WASTE MATERIALS CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT INNOVATION LOCAL PLANNING POLICY _SUSTAINABLE DESIGN CATEGORIES
  8. 8. LOCAL PLANNING POLICY _SUSTAINABLE DESIGN TOOLS
  9. 9. LOCAL PLANNING POLICY _SUSTAINABLE DESIGN + BUILT FORM ADAPTATION
  10. 10. LOCAL PLANNING POLICY _URBAN RENEWAL AREAS FISHERMANS BEND - FBURA 455 ha – Australia’s largest urban renewal precinct 90% privately owned land | 10% government owned Strong planning controls in Local Planning Policy + Capital City Zone Mandating 5 Star Green Star Certified for developments ARDEN - AURP 34K Jobs | 15K Residents 40% privately owned land | 60% government owned Structure Planning in 2019 Climate Response Framework commenced

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