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$200m Wesley Church redevelopment approved in Victoria


Wesley Church Redevelopment
Posted by Gina Theron

Minister of Planning, Richard Whynne announced the approval of the $200 million redevelopment of Melbourne's Wesley Church site. Despite the entire site listing on the Victorian Heritage Register, the Heritage Council has already granted the necessary demolition permit for some of the buildings on site, including the Princess Mary Club which will be recognised with a plaque.


The redevelopment of the Wesley Church site at 118-148 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne is located in the heart of Melbourne's entertainment and cultural precinct. The project will aim to create a green, active, connected and welcoming urban environment, providing a calm sanctuary in Melbourne's busy CBD. The Wesley Church planned to upgrade the surrounding historic buildings on the site and with the approval of this project, the church will have a helping hand in this restoration plan.

“This new tower for the Wesley Church site will deliver more office space to the inner city without overwhelming the historic neighbouring church.” Richard Wynne, Minister of planning.

Who's involved: 

The team currently involved in the project includes,

All parties involved in the delivery of the project understand that any development on the site is required to place emphasis on building relationships between people and nurture community relationships. The development must also aim to restore and enhance the historic buildings, where possible.  

What to expect:

  • Ground and lower level retail space
  • Ground level parking 
  • Two public walkways through the site 
  • 34 level commercial office tower

Now is the time to get involved! With the project in it's early stages of approval and planning there will be a range of equipment hire and subcontractor opportunities open for application. Don't wait for opportunities to present themselves, make sure your business is ready and the first to apply. Present your business as the best candidate for the job with an up to date and professional capability statement. Checkout our free guide to help get you started!

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Gina Theron

Gina Theron

Gina is a Marketing Coordinator at PlantMiner. She is a business and engineering student, and relishes working for one of Australia's greatest mining and construction disrupters. Harsh critic of tomatoes and spiders that surprise her.