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Contact the government directly and be heard


Member for Ivanhoe – Mr Anthony Carbines MP


Member for Bundoora – The Hon. Colin Brooks MP


Minister for Transport Infrastructure – The Hon. Jacinta Allen


Minister for Planning – The Hon. Richard Wynne 

The Minister is also responsible for approving the Planning Scheme Amendment to provide planning approval for the project across each of the local council municipalities.

This means that the Planning Minster is “calling in” those planning approvals that would otherwise be required to be lodged and managed via the respective local council. 

The local councils will not have any powers nor is there any appellant avenue which typically would afford residents recourse through VCAT and ultimately the courts.

The core issue is that the Minister is providing immediate planning approval for what really is a ‘concept plan’.


Shadow Minister for Transport Infrastructure – The Hon. David Davis


Shadow Minister for Planning – Member for Kew – The Hon. Tim Smith


Minister for Roads – The Hon. Jaala Pulford


Shadow Minister for Roads – The Hon. Gordon Rich-Phillips


Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change – The Hon. Lily D’Ambrosio


Shadow Minister for Environment and Climate Change – Mr. David Morris


Treasurer – Mr. Tim Pallas


Premier – The Hon. Daniel Andrews


Leader of The Opposition – The Hon. Michael O’Brien


Members for Eastern Region – 

Ms. Sonja Terpstra


The Hon. Mary Wooldridge


Mr. Bruce Atkinson


The Hon. Shaun Leane


Mr. Rodney Barton


Member for Jaga Jaga – Kate Thwaites MP


Treasurer and Member for Kooyong – The Hon. Josh Frydenberg MP



Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population – The Hon. Alan Tudge

Postal address

Suite 4, Level 1, 420 Burwood Highway Wantirna South, VIC, 3152


Department of Environment, Land Water and Planning

We support the building of the North East Link but strongly believe that there is a better way to design and build the Link without dividing Banyule, destroying the local environment or impacting on businesses and homes.