Structure Plans and Master Plans

Below is a list of current structure plans and master plans that will shape the future growth of Albury.

  • Thurgoona Wirlinga Precinct Structure Plan

    A strategic planning policy that provides an illustrative layout, development concept(s) and preferred urban structure/pattern to assist and guide the future development of Thurgoona/Wirlinga

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  • Rural Lands Strategy for Table Top & Splitters Creek

    A strategic planning policy that provides a settlement pattern for the future land use planning and development of Table Top and Splitters Creek.

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  • Albury & Lavington CBD Master Plan

    Strategic planning policies setting out the desired vision and characteristics of the CBDs. Provides specific planning controls and guidelines.

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  • Albury Industrial Hub Master Plan

    A strategic planning policy that provides an illustrative layout, design controls and development plan for the future development of the Albury Industrial Hub, Ettamogah.

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  • East Albury Industrial Precinct Masterplan

    A strategic planning policy that provides an illustrative layout, design controls and development plan for the future development of the East Albury Industrial Precinct.

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  • Thurgoona/Wirlinga: East West Connector Road Review

    A transport and traffic study that identifies a potential road corridor for the construction of a major Connector Road to support the Thurgoona-Wirlinga Precinct Structure Plan in Albury

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  • Health Precinct Master Plan

    The master plan for Albury’s health precinct aims to ensure that the city’s hospitals have the opportunities to develop the resources and facilities they need to maintain and improve the care of about 250,000 people from across the wider region.

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