'A special place on the foreshore for everyone that welcomes a diversity of sustainable uses anchored by a working marina.' St Kilda Marina site vision
The former 50-year lease of the St Kilda Marina has come to an end, with an interim lease to be in place until 2022. Council is now in Stage Four of a project to secure a new long-term lease arrangement at this special place. Council is committed to working with the Victorian Government, community, users of the marina and other key stakeholders to re-imagine the St Kilda Marina site.
The work to procure a new long-term lease arrangement for the site is outlined in the Project Approach.
On 5 June 2019 Council endorsed the St Kilda Marina Planning Scheme Amendment, Procurement Plan, updated Probity Plan, updated Project Approach and Community & Stakeholder Engagement Plan. See Planning Scheme Amendment, Procurement & Project Approach updates for more information.
Site Brief endorsed
In Stage Three of the St Kilda Marina project, Council worked with a Community Panel and engaged with the broader community to determine parameters (design criteria) for the site's key components.
These design criteria are a major component of the St Kilda Marina Project Site Brief, a key document that was endorsed by Council on 15 May 2019.
The Site Brief will inform the market and guide interested parties to provide suitable proposals in a competitive process to procure a new long-term lease arrangement. It will also be used as the basis of a planning scheme amendment, providing a framework for assessing all design proposals for the site.
Community drop-in sessions
To inform the community of the next steps in the project and answer questions about the Site Brief, we are hosting two drop-in sessions in June.
Thursday 13 June, 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm
St Kilda Town Hall, Council Chamber (enter via Brighton Road)
Saturday 15 June, 11 am to 1 pm
St Kilda Library, 150 Carlisle Street
If you have any questions about these drop-in sessions, please email: email@example.com