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6×6 Design Exhibition comes to Melbourne

Following from the successful 6x6 design exhibition in Wye River in June, property owners had another opportunity to hear from six architects about designing and building homes in our unique coastal environment in Melbourne on Tuesday 19 July. The exhibition was curated by EdwardsMoore Architects and commissioned by the Office of the Victorian Government Architect. [...] read more →
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Open House events in WyeSep

The Victorian Government will be hosting two Open Houses in August following the recent series of APZ Cluster Meetings in Wye River and Separation Creek. These events will provide an opportunity for community members to understand the outcomes of the cluster options explored by community members and land management agencies (including Asset Protection Zones), and […]

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6×6 brings design solutions to WyeSep

Community members were given the opportunity to meet six architects and learn about designing and building homes in townships similar to Wye River and Separation Creek, at the first 6x6 architectural design exhibition and workshop in Wye River on Saturday 18 June. The exhibition was curated by EdwardsMoore Architects and commissioned by the Office of [...] read more →
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APZ Cluster Meetings in WyeSep

The APZ Engagement Program Cluster Meetings are an opportunity to meet and explore the function, design options, effectiveness, potential limitations and the impact on adjacent communities of Asset Protection Zones (APZs) that could be constructed in Wye River and Separation Creek. Each cluster looks at local issues for that area and decisions will primarily affect the […]

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Exploring APZ options in WyeSep

Asset Protection Zones (APZs) have been raised by community members as one of many ways to potentially influence future bushfire risks to Wye River and Separation Creek. There is a great deal to assess when considering APZs for any community and the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP), in conjunction with Colac Otway […]

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