Strategic Plan of Transport and New Business District:
Moreland enjoys a relatively flat topography. Streams flow along with the western and eastern borders of Moreland. Waterway locates on the northern part of Moreland where stream pass through it. Green patches scatters around the whole site with major reserves and peaks located on the northern half of Moreland. City of Moreland has a higher proportion of 27% of household families with children but also 25% of lone person. Household of families is usually concentrated in the northern Moreland in fawkner, glenroy whereas the lone person is living in southern Moreland near Brunswick. There are strategic plans developed to increase the transport facility, employment opportunity and to create redevelopment in potential buildings.
The High Density Development:
The first strategic plan denotes Rezone area is within 500 meter diameter from transportation (tram and train) stops as mixed use development to support MjAC and MuAC. The rezone areas support high density development within municipal activity center (MuAC) and major activity center (MjAC). The Moreland community has increased mobility facility as well as accessible public transport network. Presently, Trams 8, 19, 55, 1 and 96, connects Moreland. Densification has to take place within 500 m from a tramline or railway station. The second strategic plan is Redevelopment of potential buildings plus low maintenance buildings into high density mixed use development. Redeveloping existing buildings aims to support new efficient development of potential land.