Final Concept

Final Concept Plan


Wheatsheaf Road Streetscape Improvement Draft Concept Plan

Draft Concept Plan - this document can be downloaded on the right hand side of this page.

Click and drag the arrow on the image below to see how Wheatsheaf Road could change.

Before: After:

This Artist's Impression depicts improvements to Wheatsheaf Road, as seen from the intersection of Argyle Street, Blucher Street and Wheatsheaf Road.

Street Tree Improvement

The images below show the staged improvement to the street trees along Wheatsheaf Road.

Stage 1 - Current Trees

The current trees block shop fronts from view, car doors from opening properly and create a dark, enclosed feeling footpath.


Stage 2 - New Trees

The new trees will be more spaced out and positioned at the ends of parking spaces to ensure better performance. They may look sparse to begin with, but they will grow to approximately 6-8m in height.


Stage 3 - Established Trees

Despite fewer trees than before, the established trees will be maintained to provide a more open footpath and car spaces with greater canopy coverage.


Additional Information

The Wheatsheaf Road Streetscape Improvement project seeks to address various issues including safety, amenity, connections and the presentation of the street.

As Wheatsheaf Road is managed by the Department of Transport and contains a bus route operated by Public Transport Victoria (PTV), some of ideas suggested by the community may not be achievable.

The proposed design will create key opportunities such as:

  • A new pedestrian operated signal crossing over Wheatsheaf Road
  • Two new raised threshold crossings over Argyle Street and Blucher Street
  • New street trees and water sensitive garden beds
  • New street furniture, including seating, bicycle hoops, way-finding signage and bins
  • Refurbished laneway connection to adjacent Waterloo Road and Blucher Street carpark
  • Wider on-street parking spaces and upgraded accessible parking spaces.

Council is currently also investigating funding opportunities for improvements at the intersection of Wheatsheaf Road and Plumpton Ave, and will continue to advocate for a speed limit reduction along this section of Wheatsheaf Road.

Project Outline



Project Outline

Wheatsheaf Road is a vital part of Glenroy's local community. It hosts a variety of vibrant and unique shops and businesses. Wheatsheaf Road will become an important link connecting Glenroy Station, soon to be upgraded as part of the Level Crossing Removal works, with the new Wheatsheaf Community Hub, currently under construction.

This is why Wheatsheaf Road has been recognised in the Glenroy Structure Plan, which aims to create people-friendly streets. The local knowledge and importance of this shopping strip is integral part of Council's commitment to improve the Wheatsheaf Road streetscape between Glenroy Road and Plumpton Avenue.

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Wheatsheaf Road scope

We will be improving Wheatsheaf Road, between Glenroy Road and Plumpton Avenue

Initial Feedback


Initial Community Feedback

By joining the conversation, you provided us with so many ideas and stories about Wheatsheaf Road and the local area to help inform the Draft Concept for this project.



THANK YOU FOR YOUR FEEDBACK

The first stage of consultation was held from 2 November – 29 November 2020. A big thank you goes to all the community members who took the time to share their thoughts and feelings about Wheatsheaf Road, Glenroy.


Collection Notice :

Moreland City Council is committed to protecting your privacy in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 (Vic) and the Health Records Act 2001 (Vic).

The personal information requested on this form is being collected by Moreland City Council to inform the design of Wheatsheaf Road. It will not be disclosed to any other external party without your consent, unless required or authorised by law. If the personal information is not provided, you can still participate in the survey and there will be no consequence other than not receiving project updates via email. You can still find the information on the project through Moreland Council website.

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