A charter for a central region : a principled community view. Why a regional community charter?

Crow, Ruth and Crow, Maurie (1986) A charter for a central region : a principled community view. Why a regional community charter? Other. Ruth and Maurie Crow.


Why a regional community charter? One Inner Region (with more resources)? One Greater Melbourne Council? Or what? That was the great debate begun at the tail-end of 1985. Up until then, there had been a loosely-structured consultative type Inner Urban Region, constituting some State Department spokespeople, some local Council officers and/or Councillors, and some community representatives from 8 inner area municipalities, namely: Melbourne, Fitzroy, Collingwood, Richmond, Prahan, St. Kilda, South Melbourne & Port Melbourne. The original FACS (Family and Community Services) Committee, now called the "Inner Urban Regional Consultative Committee" (IURCC) mainly concerned with welfare matters, had spawned a sub-committee the "Inner Urban Region Planning Committee" (IURPC) mainly concerned with integration of physical, economic and social planning.

Item type Monograph (Other)
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/16131
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1205 Urban and Regional Planning
Current > Collections > Crow Papers
Historical > FOR Classification > 1605 Policy and Administration
Keywords regional community, Family and Community Services, welfare, Melbourne City Council, restructuring, Federal Government, State Government, Local Government, regional forums, neighbourhood committees, machinery, Housing Commission, real estate corporations, The Age, policies, human values, human relationships, conservation, employment, job creation, economic recovery, mixed housing, transport design, Melbourne Municipality, libraries, maps, office towers, shopping complexes, CROW-BOX5-3-25-DOC1
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