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Construction Management Plan guidelines

The City of Melbourne requires developers and builders to carefully manage excavation, demolition and building works within its municipal boundaries.

To achieve this, builders and developers are required to submit a construction management plan that takes into account all relevant aspects of demolition or building work.

The guidelines address a range of issues to be managed onsite, including:

  • public safety, amenity and site security
  • operating hours
  • noise and vibration controls
  • air and dust management
  • stormwater and sediment control
  • waste and materials re-use and traffic management.

The Construction Management Plan Guidelines have been updated following consultation with the building industry and the community.

Download the construction management plan guidelines

Construction management plan guidelines (PDF, 2MB)
Construction management plan guidelines (Text only, 135kb)

Templates

Template 1: Public Safety, Amenity and Site Security (PDF, 168kb)
Template 1: Public Safety, Amenity and Site Security (Text only, 130kb)

Template 2: Operating Hours, Noise and Vibration Controls (PDF, 111kb)
Template 2: Operating Hours, Noise and Vibration Controls (Text only, 80kb)

Template 3: Air and Dust Management (PDF, 110kb)
Template 3: Air and Dust Management (Text only, 75kb)

Template 4: Stormwater and Sediment Control (PDF, 138kb)
Template 4: Stormwater and Sediment Control (Text only, 96kb)

Template 5: Waste and Materials Reuse Management (PDF, 111kb)
Template 5: Waste and Materials Reuse Management (Text only, 72kb)

Template 6: Traffic Management (PDF, 111kb)
Template 6: Traffic Management (Text only, 91kb)


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Construction Management Plan