City of Melbourne Victorian Election 2022 Advocacy Priorities Disclaimer This report is provided for information and it does not purport to be complete. While care has been taken to ensure the content in the report is accurate, we cannot guarantee it is without flaw of any kind. There may be errors and omissions or it may not be wholly appropriate for your particular purposes. In addition, the publication is a snapshot in time based on historic information which is liable to change. The City of Melbourne accepts no responsibility and disclaims all liability for any error, loss or other consequence which may arise from you relying on any information contained in this report. To find out how you can participate in the decision-making process for City of Melbourne’s current and future initiatives, visit melbourne.vic.gov.au/participate Acknowledgement of Traditional Custodians The City of Melbourne respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land, the Bunurong Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung peoples of the Eastern Kulin Nation and pays respect to their Elders past, present and emerging. We are committed to our reconciliation journey, because at its heart, reconciliation is about strengthening relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples, for the benefit of all Victorians. City of Melbourne website1 1 https://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/Pages/home.aspx Quick Facts about Melbourne The diversity of the municipality is evident in our demographic and urban profile: Resident Population  183,756 residents  49% males  51% females  56% born overseas  48% speak a language other than English  910,800 people live, work, study or socialise in the municipality  79,230 overseas students  1,653 same-sex couple households  468 Aboriginal people  1.7% live with a disability  100 people sleeping rough (This is lower than historic numbers due to a proportion currently being provided temporary hotel emergency accommodation during the COVID-19 pandemic.) Economic environment  Melbourne contributes 24% to the Victorian economy  16,700 businesses  497,200 jobs  3.7% unemployment rate  32% of households experience rental and mortgage stress  33% experience food insecurity Council’s Council Plan 2021-25 The Council Plan 2021-25 sets out our strategic direction and commitment to the community for the next four years. Based on six strategic objectives for our city, this is our detailed plan for our city’s revitalisation and considers the needs of all people who access and experience the City of Melbourne municipality. For more information visit melbourne.vic.gov.au/council-plan. The six priorities are:       Economy of the future Melbourne’s unique identity and place Aboriginal Melbourne Climate and biodiversity Access and affordability Safety and wellbeing Contents Foreword from the Lord Mayor.................................................................................................................. 5 Summary of recommendations.................................................................................................................. 6 Economic Recovery................................................................................................................................... 7 1. Return office workers to the city................................................................................................ 8 2. Extend Stamp Duty Concession and Exemptions.....................................................................9 3. Continue to support business.................................................................................................. 10 4. Redevelop Central Pier, Docklands........................................................................................ 11 5. Facilitate and attract return of international students...............................................................13 6. Overcome labour and skills shortages....................................................................................14 City-shaping............................................................................................................................................. 15 7. Deliver the city shaping Greenline........................................................................................... 16 8. Fix City Road, Southbank..............................................................................

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