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Bell to Moreland – Stakeholder Liaison Group

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The first meeting of the SLG provided members with an overview of the Bell to Moreland Level Crossing Removal Project and an introduction to the group.

Bell to Moreland - Trees and Vegetation

Fact sheets and Brochures

Based on community feedback we have developed a landscaping strategy for the Bell to Moreland project that promotes biodiversity and sustainability.

Bell to Moreland - Privacy Screening

Fact sheets and Brochures

Screening will be installed along the new Bell to Moreland elevated corridor to minimise views from the train line into houses and backyards.

Bell to Moreland - Station Precincts

Fact sheets and Brochures

The Bell to Moreland project will build new Coburg and Moreland stations. The existing heritage station buildings will be retained and integrated into the new station precincts.

Bell to Moreland - Construction

Fact sheets and Brochures

In the second half of 2020, a construction blitz of around three months will see more than 1000 people work around the clock to remove the four Bell to Moreland level crossings and build new stations.

Bell to Moreland - Open Space consultation report

Reports

This report outlines the key themes raised in feedback from the community, businesses and stakeholders during consultation for the Bell to Moreland project.

Bell to Moreland - Walking and Cycling

Fact sheets and Brochures

The Bell to Moreland Level Crossing Removal Project will see some significant improvements for cyclists and pedestrians.

Bell to Moreland - Open Space

Fact sheets and Brochures

The Bell to Moreland level crossings will be removed by raising the rail line over the road, creating new open space and delivering upgrades to the Upfield Bike Path.

Bell to Moreland community update – August 2019

Community Updates

Early designs for the new rail corridor have now been released. Elevating the rail line between Coburg and Moreland stations will unlock the open space underneath the rail bridge.

Bell to Moreland - Active transport

Fact sheets and Brochures

Removing these level crossings will make communities safer, more connected and get commuters in Melbourne’s north home sooner.

Bell to Moreland - Supporting local businesses

Fact sheets and Brochures

We have a team dedicated to helping local businesses before, during and after construction. Before works start, the project team will be out talking to traders.

Bell to Moreland - New Open Spaces

Fact sheets and Brochures

The elevated rail design provides an opportunity to unlock new open space between Coburg and Moreland stations.

Bell to Moreland community update - May 2019

Community Updates

We are getting rid of the dangerous and congested level crossings at Bell Street, Reynard Street and Munro Street in Coburg and Moreland Road in Brunswick.

Bell to Moreland Q and As

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Questions and answers about the level crossing removals in Coburg and Brunswick.

Bell Street, Coburg and Moreland Road, Brunswick - community update October 2018

Community Updates

The Bell Street and Moreland Road level crossings will be removed together as one project to help minimise disruption to the community.

Bell and Moreland Planning Scheme Amendment Q and A

Fact sheets and Brochures

A Planning Scheme Amendment is a change to the relevant Planning Scheme (in this instance the Moreland Planning Scheme) to conduct works in the area.

Bell Street, Coburg and Moreland Road, Brunswick FAQs

Fact sheets and Brochures

Read the frequently asked questions about the level crossing removals at Bell Street, Coburg and Moreland Road, Brunswick

Bell Street, Coburg and Moreland Road, Brunswick – Removing a level crossing

Fact sheets and Brochures

We have considered and assessed a range of designs to remove the level crossings at Bell Street and Moreland Road.

Bell Street, Coburg and Moreland Road, Brunswick Community Update – May 2018

Community Updates

The Bell Street and Moreland Road level crossings will be removed together as part of one project. The project is being overseen by LXRA and the level crossings are expected to be gone in 2020.

North Western Program Alliance - Community relations charter

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The North Western Program Alliance is committed to engaging the community by building understanding, trust and confidence in our program solutions and the delivery process.

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