PROTECTING SOUTH YARRA:
Since 1969 we have, on behalf of local residents, been working to enhance and preserve the character and amenity of the City of Melbourne component of South Yarra. Melbourne South Yarra Residents Group Membership is open to all residents within the postocde 3141 or 3004 precinct of the City of Melbourne.
We aim to hold two General meetings per year and engage with members in various campaigns and consultations as the need arises. Membership can be applied for online.
There is a constant flow of issues that have the potential to adversely affect the amenity of living in South Yarra. From the provision of community services, management of parks and gardens to over and inappropriate development of the built form in the area – we as residents must be prepared to take an strong interest in civic issues in order to retain the heritage nature of our locality and preserve the amenity it affords residents and visitors.
Heritage Review – At Last!
This year the City of Melbourne and its consultants will undertake a full review of South Yarra’s heritage – the first since 1983
It will include:
- The identification and grading of heritage buildings.
- The identification and description of heritage streets and places.
- A review of all our heritage overlays, maps and schedules.
- Preparation of a statement of significance describing in detail South Yarra’s heritage including its important precincts and sub-precincts.
Delayed by the Covid outbreak, it is expected the final report by Context will be released sometime in 2022.
“There is no doubt that the more members MSYRG has, the more notice is taken of what we do and say. If you are not a financial member, we urge you to become one.”
What’s On at the Senior Citizens…
The centre is gradually reopening after COVID. Refer to the City of Melbourne website for more details.
Melbourne South Yarra Residents Group is a member of CoRBA, the Coalition of Residents and Business Associations. They are the peak body for the various resident groups and business associations in the City of Melbourne. You can find out more about their activities by visiting their website by clicking HERE.
New Page! History Links.
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