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Managing Small Lots

This is a dedicated page of resources developed via the 2011-2012 Rural Land Use – Small Lots project.

Here you will find all sections of the final project report, online tools and other resources.

The Rural Land Use – Small Lots project was established to review the planning schemes of the state’s interface, regional and rural councils, identify and understand the issues around managing small lots and to identify best practice examples.

 

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Section 1

Introduction

Contents Page, Chapter 1 and Chapter 2:  Introduction, project objectives and project overview.

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Section 2

Definition

This section contains information about Small Lots in Victoria including a definition and myths.

Chapter 3: Small Lots in Victoria

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Section 3

Issues & expectations

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Section 4

Current & best practice

This section contains two chapters:

Chapter 6:  Best practice examples

Chapter 7:  How Councils currently deal with Small Lots

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Section 5

Strategies & actions

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Section 6

Conclusions

This section also contains three chapters:

Chapters 11, 12 & 13:  Conclusions and references

Online Tools

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