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New name for Places

05 May 2017

Places Victoria has merged with Major Projects Victoria to become Development Victoria (DV).

The State Government announced on April 6 its establishment of a new agency to guide major urban renewal and development of under-utilised government land.

Development Victoria will lead existing projects, including the redevelopment of the State Library, revitalisation of central Dandenong, Ballarat West Employment Zone and urban renewal opportunities at Fishermans Bend and Arden.

The chair of Development Victoria’s board is the former Urban Renewal Authority Victoria’s chief executive James MacKenzie. Places Victoria’s general manager Simon Wilson remains DV’s general manager.

Minister for Major Projects Jacinta Allan said: “Development Victoria will ensure development of land owned by the public, benefits the public.”

“The new agency will improve the development, renewal and revitalisation of government-owned land across Victoria.”

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