We believe that all Victorians deserve a liveable community, no matter where they live. That’s why we are part of The Liveability Project.
The Liveability Project is for the 1.6 million people living in Melbourne’s outer suburbs, and the 2.5 million people that will live there by 2031. It’s calling for better access to jobs, services, education and amenities so that residents can get on with their lives the way they want to live it.
The Liveability Project needs City of Melton residents to raise their voice and tell their story. Victoria’s decision makers need to understand how better access to the jobs, services and infrastructure in Melbourne’s outer suburbs can alter lives.
Get involved by sharing videos, photos and stories that shine a spotlight on the daily challenges you face living in Melbourne’s outer suburbs and how this impacts your life and your family.
Residents can share their experiences on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag #TheLiveabilityProject.
Your stories have the power to create the change that is needed.
#TheLiveabilityProject is powered by Interface Councils, a group of 10 councils who form a ring around metropolitan Melbourne. This includes Melton City Council.