What Matters Manningham?
Tell us your views on what matters to you in Manningham.
What Matters Manningham is an exciting online consultation portal where you can voice your opinions, share ideas and provide feedback on issues and projects that are important to you.
What Matters Manningham provides one central location to access the latest information on local issues for public consultation, complete with videos, photos and documents for you to view, provide opinion and discuss with other residents.
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News and Consultations
Notice of intention to name Athletics Track at Rieschiecks Reserve, Tom Kelly Athletics Track.
Manningham Council has opened the public consultation process to name the athletics track at Rieschiecks Reserve, Tom Kelly Athletics Track.
by Manningham City Council 7 Mar 2014, 4:23pm
Share your ideas and join the team at the Warrandyte Skate Park to help design a new mural for the Warrandyte comunity.
by Manningham City Council 25 Feb 2014, 4:43pm
Do you live or work in Doncaster Hill, and are over 18 years? If so, tell us about your travel choices and go into the draw to win one of two $100 Gold Class Gift Cards.
Complete the survey by Monday 10 March 2014 at midnight to share your views on the current and future travel options in the Hill.
by Manningham City Council 14 Feb 2014, 3:31pm
Your opportunity to share your views on the Master Plan for Donvale Christian College.
Planning Consultancy Jewell Partnership has requested an amendment to the Manningham Planning Scheme on behalf of the Donvale Christian College.
The Amendment (Amendment C103) affects the whole of the property at 161 Tindals Road, Donvale, being the site of the Donvale Christian College.
The Amendment proposes to replace the existing ‘Donvale Christian College Master Plan, September 2006’ with a revised ‘Donvale Christian College Master Plan, 2013’.
by admin 30 Jan 2014, 10:15am
Council is championing the Fairtrade message to support fair prices for producers in third world countries. Council is seeking:
- 200 residents to show their support for choosing Fairtrade products;
- 10 new businesses to start selling Fairtrade products; and
- 3 community organisations to sign up and offer the choice of Fairtrade products within their organisation’s activities.
Read about Council's Fairtrade Campaign
by Manningham City Council 19 Feb 2013, 2:32pm