Hampton Station Precinct

The Hampton Station Precinct is set for an exciting change that will transform the area into a vibrant ‘Urban Village’.

The revitalisation is part of VicTrack’s program of station precinct developments, which in partnership with the private sector, facilitate the development of underutilised transport land to bring stations to life and add value to communities.

epc.Pacific has been selected by VicTrack and the Department of Health and Human Services to develop the project. Its proven experience, shared vision and leading design will deliver an enhanced and integrated transport hub, providing housing diversity, retail and commercial accommodation and open space for the surrounding community.

From Thursday 3 to Saturday 19 November 2016, we asked for your feedback on the draft designs through a range of consultation activities including drop-in information sessions, on-street surveys and an online survey. We wanted to listen to your views on the proposed development, and answer your questions, before lodging a planning application with Bayside City Council.

A summary of the consultation findings and how these have informed the amended planning application can be found here.



The Hampton Station Precinct is set for an exciting change that will transform the area into a vibrant ‘Urban Village’.

The revitalisation is part of VicTrack’s program of station precinct developments, which in partnership with the private sector, facilitate the development of underutilised transport land to bring stations to life and add value to communities.

epc.Pacific has been selected by VicTrack and the Department of Health and Human Services to develop the project. Its proven experience, shared vision and leading design will deliver an enhanced and integrated transport hub, providing housing diversity, retail and commercial accommodation and open space for the surrounding community.

From Thursday 3 to Saturday 19 November 2016, we asked for your feedback on the draft designs through a range of consultation activities including drop-in information sessions, on-street surveys and an online survey. We wanted to listen to your views on the proposed development, and answer your questions, before lodging a planning application with Bayside City Council.

A summary of the consultation findings and how these have informed the amended planning application can be found here.