“Along with a growing economy, a city that is keeping its natural beauty with parks, trees, wild grass lands, and open fields. These are the uniqueness of Casey compared to other cities in Melbourne.”

Male, 39-48, Casey Next.

“Imagine country life meets artsy creative suburbs!”

Female, 29-38, Casey Next.

Casey’s ‘city living, country feel’ is important to community members. As Casey rapidly grows and changes it is important that its green and natural spaces are protected and enhanced, and that all environments, natural, urban, industrial or commercial, are clean and healthy.


Strategic Indicators

5.1 We work with State and Federal Governments for decisions that balance the environment, the economy and population growth to deliver the best outcomes for Casey

• Employment Land Capacity statement is used to inform planning decisions

5.2 We proactively plan and deliver green infrastructure in-line with population growth and development

• Increase in the level of business activity to the Narre Warren
and Cranbourne Town Centres.

• The amount of private and public capital works invested in Narre Warren  and Cranbourne Town Centres.                                                                                                                                                     

5.3 Our community actively appreciates and participates in the protection and enhancement of Casey’s natural and cultural environment

• Level of local community participation in biodiversity and sustainability services and programs


Related Strategic Plans

• Housing Strategy
• Sustainability Plan
• Open Space Strategy
• Integrated Water Management Plan
• Waste Management Strategy
• Contaminated Land Management Framework
• Biodiversity Enhancement Strategy
• Municipal Health and Wellbeing Plan
• Heritage Strategy