2018 Metropolitan Partnership assemblies
The 2018 Metropolitan Partnership assemblies took place between May and August this year. Visit the Metropolitan Partnership pages on Engage Victoria to find out more about these events and what people in your region had to say.
2018 Metropolitan Partnerships Youth Forum
In May 2018 the Metropolitan Partnerships heard from young people 15 - 19 years of age about what's important as a young person living, working and studying in Melbourne.
Students and young people from schools and youth organisations across each of Melbourne's six regions were invited to attend the first Metropolitan Partnerships Youth Forum at the State Library of Victoria to share their priorities and ideas for their region.
Read the 2018 Metropolitan Partnerships Youth Forum report and watch some of the highlights to find out what young people had to say about their experience of Melbourne's regions and their ideas for maintaining and improving liveability in their community.
The process in 2017
In 2017, an assembly was held by each Metropolitan Partnerships, bringing together community members, businesses, councillors and mayors to help determine the key priorities for Melbourne's six metropolitan regions.
The Partnerships took on board the ideas from the assemblies to formulate their independent advice to Government. Submitted to Cabinet by the Minister for Suburban Development, the advice is informing key government decision-making processes, and helping to deliver better outcomes for the community.
The outcome of this advice was reported back to the community at the 2018 Metropolitan Partnership assemblies and through Engage Victoria.
Help shape a positive future for your community
To share the issues and priorities important to you, click on the map above to visit your region’s Partnership page, and email your thoughts and ideas to your Metropolitan Partnership.
Still have any questions?
Email the Metropolitan Partnerships at firstname.lastname@example.org
Page last updated: 30/10/18