UNDER REVIEW - Draft Special Charge Scheme Policy

Consultation has concluded

Special charge schemes help Council partially fund improvements to roads, footpaths and drains through a once-off charge to the residents that receive special benefit from the works. Special benefits can include improvements to property amenity, access, safety and land value.

Council's Special Charge Scheme Policy aims to provide a fair, equitable and consistent approach to implementing special charge schemes in the City of Casey.

The draft revised policy includes three significant changes:

  1. Introduces a five-year Special Charge Scheme Program to plan and prioritise the delivery of schemes according to community demand and strategic importance to the municipal road, path and drainage networks
  2. Increases Council's contribution for construction and asphalting of unsealed local roads to 25 percent of the cost of the works
  3. Revises the cost cap per property for construction and asphalting of unsealed collector and secondary arterial roads to $25,000 per property

Council invited your feedback on the draft revised policy until Friday, 28 February 2020. We will consider and address all feedback in a further report to Council in late March 2020.

Got a question?

Check out the Frequently Asked Questions, or contact the City of Casey's Civil Design Team at 03 9705 5200 or email us at citydesignandconstruction@casey.vic.gov.au


Special charge schemes help Council partially fund improvements to roads, footpaths and drains through a once-off charge to the residents that receive special benefit from the works. Special benefits can include improvements to property amenity, access, safety and land value.

Council's Special Charge Scheme Policy aims to provide a fair, equitable and consistent approach to implementing special charge schemes in the City of Casey.

The draft revised policy includes three significant changes:

  1. Introduces a five-year Special Charge Scheme Program to plan and prioritise the delivery of schemes according to community demand and strategic importance to the municipal road, path and drainage networks
  2. Increases Council's contribution for construction and asphalting of unsealed local roads to 25 percent of the cost of the works
  3. Revises the cost cap per property for construction and asphalting of unsealed collector and secondary arterial roads to $25,000 per property

Council invited your feedback on the draft revised policy until Friday, 28 February 2020. We will consider and address all feedback in a further report to Council in late March 2020.

Got a question?

Check out the Frequently Asked Questions, or contact the City of Casey's Civil Design Team at 03 9705 5200 or email us at citydesignandconstruction@casey.vic.gov.au


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    All submissions will be summarised and discussed in a future report to Council in late March 2020. Names and addresses of submitters will not be included in the Council report.

    All submissions will be summarised and discussed in a future report to Council in late March 2020. Names and addresses of submitters will not be included in the Council report.

    Consultation has concluded