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Postal ballot 23 April to 6pm 11 May

Melbourne is growing at a rate faster than anytime since the gold rush. That brings exciting opportunities, but plenty of significant challenges. If we want Melbourne to be liveable, sustainable and welcoming to all well into the future, government needs to ensure that Melbourne's development boom is being guided in the public interest, not only the interests of the owners of the biggest development companies.

Only the Greens are standing on a comprehensive policy platform, with a candidate whose track record on transparent and collaborative decision making gives the Melbourne City Council its best chance of stability and productivity this term.

Vote 1 Cr Rohan Leppert for Lord Mayor of Melbourne.

Your vote is your choice, just remember to number all 14 boxes on your ballot paper and post your ballots back by 6pm 11 May to avoid a fine. You may also wish to consider our preference recommendations.

Rohan Leppert is the only candidate with a complete suite of policies covering all of Council's responsibilities and roles. Please consider our comprehensive City of Melbourne policy platform.

Follow Rohan's daily campaign events, announcements and commentary, through our Rohan Leppert for Lord Mayor facebook page.

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Latest News

Breaking the Vic Market deadlock

24 April 2018 The Age today has reported on Greens Lord Mayor candidate Rohan Leppert’s plans to protect the gritty, lively nature of the Queen Victoria Market and to change how the market is run.   Cr Leppert’s plan for the Queen Victoria Market precinct renewal in 2018 Develop a Civic and Cultural Charter for […]

Abbotsford St social housing renewal approved

2 April 2018 The Planning Minister Richard Wynne has approved amendment C306 to the Melbourne Planning Scheme, the renewal of the Abbotsford St public housing precinct, on 29 March 2018. The current precinct has 114 public housing units in generously spaced buildings across 18,000sqm of land. The original proposal for renewal was to increase the […]

Hey Labor – Think Outside The Square

Thursday 21 Dec Yesterday, without warning or a skerrick of public consultation, Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister for Tourism John Eren announced that the Yarra Building in Federation Square will be demolished to make way for an Apple megastore. The backlash from Melburnians has been swift and scathing. The development has been facilitated by a […]