A precinct refers to between 2 and 20 land parcels. Regeneration means making it better than it was before; where the development can benefit the surrounding community. Precinct regeneration is a way for landowners to work together to achieve more on their land than they could do separately. It is also a vehicle for more sustainable and livable outcomes that benefit the residents and the surrounding community. This website provides the tools for landowners, developers and municipalities to implement it.
Precinct regeneration of greyfield sites is a precinct-wide approach to positively transform cities and suburbs into healthy and liveable neighbourhoods
By working together, neighbours can redevelop their land more effectively; utilising the space for more housing and greater livability
Implementing precinct plans means that municipalities can obtain benefit from medium scale developments, such as greater porosity, openspace and water retention
If you want more information on the process you can either go to Playbook section (landowner, municipality, developer) and view/download the Playbook or get in touch with project leaders directly below.